Introduction

The aim of the School of Humanities and Social Sciences is to train future humanists. It provides quality teaching adapted to the specific demands of our time.

The Degree in Spanish Philology seeks to train future generations of philologists, linguists and literary critics, who can also work in the media. Studying philology involves being trained in the use of language, words and linguistic expression, the constant driving force of creativity. Those who study the origins and evolution of literary genres and the great literary works of art in detail. Those who understand human beings from within.

What sets us apart

  1. Excellence in teaching and research: the Philology academic staff has earned the highest possible score awarded by the Ministry of Education.

  1. Preparation of students for the professional world. Since 1964, we have specialized in teaching Spanish as a foreign language, one of the degree's most obvious employment prospects. You'll discover the world of Spanish teaching through contact with students from all over the world.

  1. Internationally recognized excellence in research, most notably in the case of the Research Group on Spanish Golden Age Literature (GRISO), which was created at the University of Navarra in 1990.

  1. The opportunity to take two undergraduate degrees over five years: Spanish Philology + Audiovisual Communication or Spanish Philology + Journalism.

  1. International Program. A high percentage of the 240 ECTS credits that make up the study program may be taken in English.

 

¿Quiénes somos?

María Bobadilla
Relaciones Externas y Admisión
mbobadilla@unav.es

General contact:
Campus Universitario
31009 Pamplona
España

948 42 56 16
mbobadilla@unav.es

Related academic programs

The University of Navarra offers students the option of undertaking several variations of the Degree in Spanish Philology.

Double Degree in Spanish Philology and Journalism