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Universidad de Navarra (UNAV)

92 reviews
4.07 / 5 based on 92 reviews
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Formación multidisciplinar
Melinda
Spain, Undergraduate
Business Studies
Universidad de Navarra
4.0/5
Overall
Todas la universidades tienen una finalidad educativa la cual esta Universidad cumple con gran diligencia. Lo distintivo de la UNAV no reside sólo en las aulas sino en cualquier lugar de esta Universidad desde el momento en que pones un pie en su campus. 
Se respira un ambiente de excelencia y aprendizaje tanto por parte del personal docente y no docente como por parte de los estudiantes. La experiencia universitaria se vive cono un proyecto común en el que cada profesor tiene siempre su puerta abierta para ayudarte en lo que haga falta. Por otro lado, existe gran apoyo a cualquier iniciativa estudiantil habiendo así clubes que permiten explorar más allá en los intereses de cada uno.
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Pros
Disponibilidad de los profesores
Cons
Horarios de las bibliotecas
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University of Navarra - International Degree in Management
Adolfo
Spain, Undergraduate
Management Science, International Degree in Management
Universidad de Navarra
4.0/5
Overall
Possibly one of the best universities in Spain and well-known abroad. 
I graduated in International Management back in 2014. Overall, it has been one of the best academic and personal experiences. I would like to highlight the international spectrum with the two exchanges in this degree. After 4 years and working in Switzerland for 3 years, I convincingly say that career possibilities increase by having more than one experience abroad.
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Pros
Prestigious university, excellent faculty, opportunity of building a solid and valuable network
Cons
Ambiguous process and assignation of universities abroad, lack of a proper career advice center, difficulties in validating some courses or internships abroad
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anonymous
Hogeschool van Utrecht, Utrecht, Netherlands
Public Relations / Publicity / Advertising, Undergraduate, Erasmus
Universidad de Navarra
3.8/5
Overall
I wish I had known...
I wish I knew more about the city itself.
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In my opinion:
Everybody loved it, you will too!
Important factors in my choice
(1) Unimportant – (4) Very important
Academic reasons
3
Culture
3
Costs
2
Activities
1
Campus life
1
Party / people
1
Weather / location
1
Personal recommendation
It is a high-quality University; the best University in Europe even, I believe. If you choose your courses the right way you will be able to gain quite some knowledge, though in my opinion it is more theoretical than I am used to. For me, projects are the best way to get the hang of things, but here at UNAV more time is spent on theoretical classes.
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During my experience abroad, I ...
(1) Never – (4) A lot
Became familiar with another culture
3
Traveled
2
Improved language skills
3
Met people from other countries
3
Became more independent
4
Partied a lot
3
Experienced a change in life
3
Advanced my studies & career
2
Final comments
First of all make sure you got your documents in order: Passport, visa, ID, insurance, etc (make sure you have copies of them in a save place, just in case). Next thing to do is check if you will be able to have access to your bankaccount from ATM's here in Spain (is no problem at all for EU bankaccounts). Take time to prepare things at home, do not start at the last minute; at least one year ahead of planning! Make sure you have a list with important numbers: whom to contact in case anything happens to you, your Insurance, Home University, Doctor back home, Family & Friends, etc. Make sure you have a backup of this list, in case you loose it! Lastly, try to find out as much information as possible on the Spanish culture, language (summer language course available at UNAV), etc.
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Christin
Europa-Universität Viadrina Frankfurt (Oder), Frankfurt (Oder), Germany
History of Art, Undergraduate, Erasmus
Universidad de Navarra
3.8/5
Student life
Describe host city:
Students equally interact with the local and student community
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Travel, Nightlife: Takes place mostly outside the university/student environment
Activities: Takes place both within and outside of the university/student environment
Personal social experience
Activities
Nightlife
Travel
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Personal comments
pamplona is a very small city, neverteheless you have some opportunities to go out (but mostly with other erasmus students) on thursday you have to got to los portales, which is a bar in casco viejo, the beer only costs 70cent and a long drink you can get for only 3€. from thursday to saturday you can go to "la travestia" (or la trave), which is a street with many bars closed to each other, after you have to go to "marengo" or "Reverendos" or "vaiven", which are disco in san juan (next to travestia) during the week you have al lot of bars you can join to. i liked "jumping jester", "kopas" and "boulevard" (in iturrama) and "long island" (in san juan) and of course you can´t miss to join the tipical life-stile of going out for eating tapas. the best atmosphere you can get in casco viejo.
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Han hecho preguntas necesarias e importantes
Destiny
Spain, Undergraduate
Universidad de Navarra
4.0/5
Overall
Las mejores universidades son las que buscan a los mejores estudiantes y trabajadores.
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Pros
Estoy a favor de los cursos que me han enseñado.
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anonymous
Hogeschool van Utrecht, Utrecht, Netherlands
Public Relations / Publicity / Advertising, Undergraduate, Erasmus
Universidad de Navarra
3.8/5
Languages
Language of instruction: Spanish
Was learning Spanish a key decision factor?
Yes, I wanted to improve my Spanish
How much did you improve your Spanish?
My level before: At ease in most situations
My level after: No problems in any areas (including slang)
Language difficulties
Social
Educational
Administrative / Institutional
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Personal comments
First thing I can say is that it is going to be rough and tough the first weeks. You are going to miss home, friends and family; understanding people will be hard at times, making yourself understandable will probably be even harder. But now worries, as soon as you get a grip on the new language, when you have gotten to know new people and you are used to your knew environment you won't feel like going back home.
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