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University experience

University experience

Being a university student does not mean being limited to attending classes and studying the syllabus afterwards at your place of study. The School of Sciences of the University of Navarra also offers you a series of activities that will serve to complement your training and broaden the knowledge you acquire beyond the classes. 

We would like to encourage you to participate in all the activities offered by the school during the course. They will always help you to improve. To have more points of view on everything that interests you. 

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Science Museum Various activities

Every year, the Science Museum of the University of Navarra organises a wide range of activities on biology, physics, chemistry, mathematics and other science-related disciplines, so that you can learn about the reality in which you live, admire its beauty and commit yourself to caring for it.

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Environment and Landscapes Program Environment

project educational pioneer for students of the Degree in Environmental Sciences and the double Degree in Biology and Environmental Sciences that promotes a profound vision, both scientific and cultural, of the interrelationship between humans and the earth.

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Women for Science and Technology Science and Women

Initiative of a group of women in the field of science, technology and medical disciplines with many years of experience who are willing to share their daily lives to encourage young women students at School to achieve excellence and advance professionally in the future.

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Biotechnology Club
and business
Student initiative

A group of students from various Degrees of the School has created this Club to organise conferences with people from the sector and learn about their experiences, create a networking to generate an exchange of knowledge and promote business concerns.

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Centre for Applied Medical Research CIMA

83% of the researchers at the Centre for Applied Medical Research (CIMA) have studied Science and 80% of them are graduates of the University of Navarra's Science School .

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