There is a wide range of career options for those who have studied Philosophy at the University of Navarra: many opt to engage in teaching (university and high school) and research.
Others choose jobs in the world of culture, on the creative side (writing, poetry and music) and at institutional level (critique, magazines, editorials, cultural management).
Some opt to complement their humanistic studies with business or managerial training (for example, through a master's degree) and end up working as directors of companies, banks and human resources departments.
On the other hand, it is not uncommon to come across alumni who have become journalists or opinion leaders; others have taken up public administration roles, and some have engaged in diplomacy and politics. The list is endless.
JOSÉ MARÍA TORREGROSA
Prácticas en la Embajada de España en Washington