University of Navarra

Posted on Mar 9, 2016

The World100 Representative

Juan Manuel Mora Garcia de Lomas - Vice President of Communication

Juan's role consists of directing internal and external communication, web development, branding and corporate publications. He is part of the committee on social responsibility, audit and reputation of the University.

Key facts about University of Navarra

11.181 students

7693 Bachelor degree students

1824 Master’s degree students

880 Doctoral degree students

1919 international students

34 Bachelor programs

36 Master’s programs

25 Doctoral programs

About University of Navarra

The University of Navarra, established in 1952, has its main campus in Pamplona, Spain. Other campuses are placed in San Sebastian, Madrid, Barcelona (IESE Business School), and has overseas locations in New York, Munich and Sao Paulo. All of them are multicultural spaces where our students receive a well–rounded and personalized education, and where teaching and research go hand in hand.

Its institutional mission is to seek and present the truth; contribute to the academic, cultural and personal education of its students; promote academic research and healthcare activities; provide suitable opportunities for the development of its professors and employees; and carry out broad cultural outreach and social promotion work with a clear goal of service.

Horizon 2020 is the current strategic plan of the University and seeks to have an increasing international profile at all levels, a stronger focus on interdisciplinary and translational research, an innovative approach to teaching, a wider and richer choice of programs to improve the student academic experience and employment perspectives, and a solid commitment to social responsibility.


The University of Navarra has agreements with over 350 universities from all over the world, 50 of which are among the top 50 of the world according to international rankings. It is currently a member of European University Association, International Association of Universities, and IREG Observatory of Academic Rankings.


Research at the University of Navarra covers multiple areas, but it has a strong focus on biomedicine. The main research centers are:

  • Center for Applied Medical Research
  • Center for Nutrition Research
  • Center for Biomedical Engineering
  • Institute of Tropical Health
  • Institute of Culture and Society