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International activities:

This programme has a clear international vocation. The experiences and interaction of its students with students and professionals from other countries has been, and continues to be, one of its main values. At present, this element of internationalisation is mainly shown through attendance to different activities:

- Nutrition Society Winter Meeting (London-UK)
- Nutrition & Neuroscience meeting (Bordeaux-France)
- International workshops
- Possibility of doing the project of research (work end of Master's Degree) in a European university.

Center for Nutrition Research

Centre associated with the University of Navarra, where students from Master's Degree can do their work end of degree Master's Degree. The research center in Nutrition has 3 lines of research: 

- Nutrition and molecular metabolism
- Bioactive compounds and functional foods
- Precision nutrition

Doctorate in Food, Physiology and Health

The student has the possibility to continue the research by means of a doctoral dissertation through 2 lines of research:

- Molecular Nutrition, Nutrigenomics and Personalised Nutrition (.pdf)
Cellular and molecular mechanisms, hormonal factors and inflammatory mediators, Genetics and epigenetics, chrononutrition, biomarkers, nutrigenomics, microbiota, postbiotics, bioactive compounds, relationship of per diem expenses and lifestyles with chronic diseases, etc.

- Functional Foods and Food Safety (.pdf)
Vehiculisation of bioactive compounds, lipid fraction of foods, impact of food processing, bioaccessibility and bioavailability, analytical methods, food toxicology, assessment of microbiological risks associated with processing, etc.

Collaborating companies

The Master's Degree collaborates with technology centres, the food industry and companies in the professional field of nutrition.

Collaborating companies


development Professional Programme:

We accompany students in the development of their professional career; we facilitate their first contact with the professional world and their integration into the labour market; and we respond to our commitment to the transfer of talent to society.

Professional development sessions:
Activities distributed throughout the life of student to help them develop the basic skills and competences for their insertion into the labour market. It consists of several types of activities distributed throughout the master's degree:

- Competence training.
- Follow-up and personalised advice.
- Group and individual sessions to work on aspects such as: self-knowledge and career planning; curriculum, Linkedin and networking; personal interview and dynamics of group.


Mentoring is an indispensable element of the University of Navarra's project educational , which aims at the comprehensive training of students; it provides student committee and guidance so that they can develop their full potential and make the most of all aspects of their professional future.


"By professionals, for professionals".
Focused courses are monographic courses on current topics or topics of special interest given by professionals with proven experience. They last between 6-8 hours, given in one day or two afternoons. They are organised by the School of Pharmacy and Nutrition for its alumni who are already in the professional world.

They pursue several objectives:

- Learn from the experience of professionals
- Learn about the practical application of knowledge
- Networking with other professionals

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