CET (Qualification, Study and Work) project

The CET project enables students to work while they study in order to finance their housing. With an average of 12 hours a week and a flexible work schedule compatible with degree programs, working improves the employability of students who take part in the program.

The halls of residence where this program is being undertaken are:

  • Belagua

  • Mendaur

  • Goimendi

  • Goroabe

Students may be housed in the hall of residence itself, but they will also have the option of living in one of the CET project's supervised apartments.

These apartments are close to the campus and their associated hall of residence. They provide for all room and board needs seven days a week. The students who live in these apartments carry out the same cultural, academic and voluntary activities that are undertaken at their associated hall of residence. In terms of work, they have access to a job board in the general services area in some halls of residence on the campus or at the Diet Service of the Clínica Universidad de Navarra, provided that they pass the recruitment process. If students are not interested in being included in the job board, they may participate in the project and reside in the supervised apartments without working. Each apartment has a dean and a senior student who is responsible for ensuring a harmonious and studious environment is maintained.

The monthly cost of living in a CET apartment is €550.

The monthly cost of living in a hall of residence is €450. Housing costs can be reduced considerably (by between €260 and €310) by working.

  • Prerequisites:

    • Be authorized to work in Spain. Work contracts are made in writing using an official template with the conditions established in the general Social Security system.

  • Program areas

    • Academic and cultural: The CET program seeks to complement and reinforce the knowledge imparted by the university study programs. It offers students a tool to improve their academic performance.

    • Professional skill development: On-the-job training is provided. Students strengthen the habits necessary for professional development, such that throughout the course of the project they gradually acquire the "seven habits of highly effective professionals": initiative, time management, teamwork, communication, flexibility, identification with the mission and a desire to overcome.

    • Social environment: An interest in social problems is encouraged among students.

  • Accreditation

    A credit system has been established to allow the results of the program to be certified. These credits are collected in a valid curriculum. The CET project accreditation certificate will be awarded by Alumni University of Navarra and may be presented on request in the future.

  • Services

    • Full board, including weekends

    • Daily room cleaning

    • Laundry and ironing, including bed and bath linen.

  • Facilities

    • Individual room

    • Library

    • Living room

    • Garden

    • Dining room

    • Work areas

CET Pamplona

Contact:
Campus Universitario
31009 Pamplona
España

627 099 583
info@proyectocet.com