Since 1963, more than 3,400 students have passed through the classrooms of ISSA School of Applied Management, first in San Sebastian and, since 2013, at campus in Pamplona. Employed in multinationals, small and medium-sized enterprises, public organisations, family businesses, start-ups or leading their own entrepreneurial projects, their work is a professional testimony to the University of Navarra's hallmark.
Fortunately, the relationship between students and university does not end on graduation day, but continues for life through numerous trainingand networking activities aimed at updateknowledge, involving and connecting alumni and current students, professors and companies.
One of the most anticipated activities for the alumni of ISSA School of Applied Management is the annual meeting Graduate or Quinquennial. The 2023meeting , to which the graduating classes of 1968, 1973, 1978, 1983, 1988, 1988, 1993, 1998, 2003, 2008 and 2013 are invited, will be held on Saturday, June 17, 2023.
REGISTRATION: form from registration.
DAY: Saturday, June 17, 2023.
TIME: 10:30 am.
PLACE: CM Jaizkibel, former ISSA headquarters in San Sebastian.
Innovate to lead
On 24 March 2022, a new edition of the ISSA Alumni Meeting Madrid was held in the Alumni Building of the University of Navarra. In addition to presenting the latest news from Degreeand sharing an aperitif with all attendees, at meetingwe had the innovator María Beunza, who gave a session on leadership, motivation and entrepreneurship.
If you would like to be notified when the meeting Alumni Meeting Madrid will be held, please send an e-mail to email@example.com.
'Redefining Success' is a series of three online conferences held between March and April 2022 in which the issue is approached from different points of view. The activity, organized and led by students, is part of one of the second year projects of the Degree in management Applied.
You can watch a replay of each of the presentations below.
degree scrollKeys to Reillusion yourself'.
speakerCarlos Andreu, Lecturer.
Date: Wednesday, 30 March 2022.
The wife, the husband, the children, the projects, the exam, the scholarship, the internship, the boss, the teacher who has a grudge against you, the interns, the new ones, the holidays, the in-laws, the taxes, walking the dog, some suppliers, taking the rubbish down, shopping, going to the dentist, the vaccination, the car check-up... Are you one of those who don't have time to listen to this lecture? That's a sign that you can't miss it!
degree scrollBeing a university student in the professional world.
speakerÁlvaro Lleó, lecturer.
Date: Tuesday, 5 April 2022.
Being a university student is not a labelthat you leave when you finish degree program, but a way of being founded on restlessness and continuous learning. The knowledge, skills, theory and internshiplearned during this stage of life define a genuine way of being in the world and of contributing to society. Success at university does not lie so much in having obtained a certain gradeaverage in the academic transcript, but in keeping in mind what has been 'learnt' and in not failing to cultivate this attitude during working life.
During the session, seven keys to remain a university student in the professional world will be presented.
degree scrollSuccess staffbased on bio-psycho-social dispositions. A realistic perspective'.
speakerDavid Ramirez, psychologist.
Date: Thursday, 7 April 2022.
The goalof happiness, of a fulfilled life and a satisfying reality is inherent to the human being. Since the earliest ages of man, happiness has always marked the roadmap of every living being. The fulfilment of basic functions is not enough to fulfil this human longing. There is something else that is intrinsically linked to the human heart and psyche. The pursuit of goals and success must go hand in hand with a realistic conception of human nature.
The great problems of self-concept and self-esteem that we encounter on a daily basis in society seem to be linked to unrealistic concepts of success, sold perhaps by social networks or stereotypes that set such complex and unrealistic goals that nobody manages to achieve, with the consequent response of frustration for men and women in the 21st century.