If you would like to receive more information about the University of Navarra School of Law, please contact the Center's Administrative Office with any questions. You may do so by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
If you would like information about the Degree in Law, the different diplomas and programs, or about the admissions process, you may contact Alba Sastre, the School's Admissions Officer.
If you are a student in your third or fourth year of high school, we offer a Shadowing Program, where you can spend a few hours at the School and on campus in order to learn about the Degree in Law and university life firsthand. You will be matched up with First Year students; you can attend their classes and accompany them through their daily activities.
The Shadowing program provides a privileged view of the life of a Law student and is designed to help you make a decision about the degree program or diplomas you wish to pursue.
In addition, various Open Days are organized at the University during the academic year. These are a good opportunities for families to learn about the School of Law and the university campus.
*The Shadowing program is available every day of the week. Although there is no limit on the number of places, it is helpful if you notify us of your visit far enough in advance to prepare the day.
If you would like information about any of the master's degrees at the University of Navarra School of Law, you can contact Javier Fernández Abós, the Executive Director of the Master's Degree Programs.
Since September 2012, the School of Law has taught the majority of its graduate programs in Madrid.
The School of Law offers the following master's degrees:
Master's Degree in Business Law.
Master's Degree in Tax Consultancy.
Master's Degree in Access to Legal Practice.
Double Master's Degree in Access to Legal Practice and Business Law.
Double Master's Degree in Access to Legal Practice and Tax Consultancy.
Master's Degree in Human Rights.
The Doctoral Program in Law is taught in Pamplona. It is an educational period based largely on critical research of an academic topic. According to official regulations, "The purpose of doctoral programs is to train students in advanced research techniques".
The University of Navarra School of Law offers the Doctoral in Law. This program is approved by the National Agency for Quality Assessment and Accreditation (ANECA).