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Christian Identity

  • Work


    Work is the manifestation of the dignity of each person, a key part of personal development, a bond between human beings and a driving force of progress. Among other consequences, this concept of work involves aspiring to excellence when carrying out tasks and keeping a keen eye on details.

  • Freedom


    The University feels the call to help solve the problems facing society and, for that reason, it develops students' capacity to be critical thinkers, which enables students to freely form their own opinions and convictions in an environment of pluralism. Love of freedom and responsibility is the fundamental principle of academic and professional life, research work, medical and healthcare activity. The management tasks at the University are carried out following principles of joint responsibility and participation.

  • Respect


    The university helps students acquire knowledge and develop certain attitudes, such as respect for others, the ability to listen, appropriate behavior, a civic spirit and respect for nature. All these habits help students prepare to work in a professional way and encourage the members of the academic community to take on social responsibility. Respect for privacy is part of the commitment undertaken by those who work at the University.

  • International dimension

    International Dimension

    The University of Navarra's educational model promotes an interest in other cultures and helps enrich the international experience of students, professors, researchers, healthcare personnel and other staff members.

  • Service


    As its founder desired, the University of Navarra has had an explicitly stated aim of service and it aspires to contribute to the material and moral betterment of society. This characteristic leads it to learn about and respond to the problems and needs of society in fields related to its teaching and research activity. The University encourages students and professionals to participate in specific initiatives to serve those most in need.

  • Interdisciplinarity


    The University's mission statement – to seek and present the truth – sets out a collective enterprise that requires dialogue between specialists from different academic areas. With this approach, the diversity of the sciences is mutually enriching, students acquire an overall vision and knowledge is not overly compartmentalized.

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University and life

Declaration of the Deans of the Schools of Medicine, Sciences, Pharmacy and Nursing, and the Director of the Clínica Universidad de Navarra.

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University statement of core values

The University of Navarra is based on the Christian inspiration promoted by St. Josemaría Escrivá de Balaguer, the founder of Opus Dei.


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