Level(s): Undergraduate and Graduate
Subjects: Several Majors - See Academic Program Section
Length: Academic year or semester
Cost: MSU tuition plus room and board in the host country
Deadline: March 1 to attend the next fall semester or academic year, October 1 to attend the next spring semester
Program OverviewThe Public University of Navarra, founded in 1987, has 10,000 students and offers 24 degree courses and over 30 postgraduate programs. Most university activities take place on the Arrosadiía campus, which covers over 250,000 square meters and offeres facilities for classes, laboratories, agriculture research, sports and other student activities. The Public University of Navarra, one of two universities in Pamplona, is located in the center of the city, providing easy access for exploring the museums, cathedrals, and cafés of Pamplona.
Academic ProgramThe Public University of Navarra offers courses in Agrarian Studies, Business Administration, Chemistry, Computer Science, Engineering, Geography and History, Health Sciences, Environmental Sciences, Law, Economy, Statistics, Psycology, Humanities, Physics, Social Sciences, Sociology, Social Work. For more information about program offerings, please see the university website at http://www.unavarra.es/organiza/centros.htm. For the general study abroad page for University of Navarra, click here.
Language of InstructionAll courses are taught in Spanish. Students are encouraged to have taken at least two years of college level Spanish before arrival and to continue taking Spanish classes at the university. A pre-semester intensive language course is available at an extra cost.
EligibilityStudents in appropriate majors who have completed one full academic year of university level work at MSU with a 3.0 GPA by the time they begin studies at the Public University of Navarra are eligible.
Academic CreditCredit will be awarded at MSU for all courses taken and passed at the Polytechnic University of Valencia. The student's academic advisor at MSU and the MSU Registrar, in consultation with the Office of International Programs, will determine how these credits will apply to degree course requirements. Students are urged to work closely with these offices prior to departure to plan a course of studies that will maintain steady progress toward their degree.
LocationThe Public University of Navarra is located in Pamplona, the capital city of Navarre, a region in Northern Spain that shares a border with France. Pamplona is a lively student city of 200,000 that is well known for its San Fermin festival and bull runs in July. Pamplona's origins began as prominent Roman town during the 2nd century that was later controlled by the Visigoths and the Moors. During the Middle Ages, the Kingdom of Navarre reached great splendor and was an important stop for thousands of pilgrims traveling to Santiago de Compostela. Today students can revel in Pamplona's rich cultural heritage and enjoy the city's plentiful parks and gardens. The city's numerous parks make it one of the largest "green cities" in Europe. Just one hour away from ski slopes and the beach, Pamplona offers a variety of outdoor activities including hiking, skiing, and climbing.
Cost and Included BenefitsStudents receiving exchange placements at the Public University of Navarra will pay tuition at MSU in the same amount as if studying in Bozeman. Each student is responsible for his/her room and board at the Public University of Navarra, as well as trans-Atlantic travel expenses. Several scholarships are available for students planning to study abroad. Remember to plan for extra expenses such as internal travel and personal spending money as well as for unexpected changes in the exchange rate.
Financial AidFinancial aid may be available for study abroad at the Public University of Navarra. Additional costs for study at the Public University of Navarra (e.g. travel to and from the study site) may be used in calculating a student's financial aid package. Students are responsible to apply to the Office of Financial Aid directly.
ApplicationApplications are available in the Office of International Programs at 400 Culbertson Hall.
DeadlineApplications are due in the Office of International Programs on October 1 for the following spring semester and March 1 for the following fall semester and academic year.
Additional InformationFor additional information contact:
Study Abroad Advisor
Office of International Programs
400 Culbertson Hall
For more information about the Public University of Navarra, visit the university website: http://www.unavarra.es/english/index.htm