Registration

 

When you receive your long-awaited admission letter, you can start the registration. We recommend that you carefully read the information we provide below.

I have been admitted to commence first-year studies

The enrollment period will depend on whether you are a national or international student. Here are the deadlines for each of the enrollment modalities:

National students

From June 11 to July 4 (en Enfermería, hasta el 1 de julio y en Tecnun-Escuela de Ingeniería, del 17 de junio al 27 de julio). During the enrollment period, you must submit an application through the myUNAV portal indicating payment methods. All the required documents must also be attached. You have until July 26 to attach any documents not available at that time.

International students

From June 11 to July 4 (en Enfermería, hasta el 1 de julio y en Tecnun-Escuela de Ingeniería, del 17 de junio al 27 de julio). During the enrollment period, you must submit an application through the myUNAV portal indicating payment methods. All the required documents must also be attached. You have until July 31 to attach any documents not available at that time.

To prepare for enrollment, you must read the following pages. If you have any questions, you can call to the Admissions Office at (+34) 948 425 614, to July 5, 8:30 a.m. - 14:30 p.m. and 3:30 p.m. - 5:30 p.m.  and from July 10 to August 31, 8:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. (closed on Saturdays).

Students who wish to reserve a place but have not passed the university entrance exam at the June session, or were not able to sit for the exam (due to not having passed a subject in the last year of high school, or other reasons), must write to the Office of the Registrar via the myUNAV portal explaining their situation and including a copy of their grades by July 4. 

Students admitted after this time period will enroll afterwards, on the dates indicated in their acceptance letter.

After the indicated dates, enrollment may not be finalized unless authorized by the President of the University for a valid reason.

Students who apply for any of the following degree programs must pass the university entrance exam in the first session in order to enroll:

  • Medicine

  • Nursing

  • Architecture

  • Design

  • Psychology

  • Law, International Relations, and the double degree in Law and International Relations

  • Economics, Management, Economics (Bilingual) + Leadership and Governance Program and the double degrees in Economics and Law, and Management and Law (as well as international degrees)

Any candidates who do not pass or cannot sit the first session must submit a formal request through the myUNAV portal.

Enrollment is done through the myUNAV portal.

To enroll, all steps of the program must be followed:

  • First, the applicant is asked to fill in some personal or family information.

  • Next, the system shows the subjects in which the applicant will be enrolled.

  • Finally, the system calculates the total registration fee and the method of payment must be indicated; the program requires the form or forms of payment to be specified, and they must add up to the total registration fee. If there are any questions about the payment method, they can be entered in the Notes section, but in any case, the payment method for the total registration fee must be specified.

Upon completion, the student will receive an email with the enrollment report, which must be digitally signed (the signature is required to formalize enrollment).

Students can also download the report, which will always be available on the myUNAV portal.

Students will need the following documents:

1. Photocopy of both sides of the student’s National Identity Document (passport for foreigners).

2. Photocopy of the receipt to obtain the high school diploma.

3. Card certifying that the student has passed the official Spanish university entrance exam (EvAU/EBAU): (* international students: see below, in the corresponding section).

4. A RECEIPT FOR TRANSFER OF ACADEMIC TRANSCRIPT: this should be requested from the university where the student took the university entrance exam (EvAU/EBAU). To obtain this receipt, a copy of the admission letter must be submitted. If this document is unavailable, it can be submitted after enrollment, but prior to July 26.

5. One passport photo.

The documents should be uploaded to the myUNAV portal (remember that the summary of the enrollment report you receive by email must be digitally signed. If you have not yet received it, you can request it by writing to admision@unav.es).

Students who have completed other higher-education studies in Spain (vocational training, university degree programs, etc.) must provide a copy of their degree (or a receipt to prove that they have applied for it) instead of documents 2, 3 and 4 mentioned above.

* International students who have taken the university entrance exam (EvAU/EBAU) at the UNED must also submit the above documents; however, instead of document 3, they must submit a certificate of official recognition of their high school diploma or proof that they have applied for this.

Students who have not taken the university entrance exam (EvAU/EBAU) must submit any of the following documents:

Those who have studied in EU countries or undertaken the European or International Baccalaureate must request the Spanish university access credential issued by the UNED.

If this document is not available, they must fill out and submit the enrollment application by the specified deadline, along with the other documents required (including payment), but enrollment will not be formalized until the credential is received. (When it has been granted, the UNED will inform the student by email. The student must inform international@unav.es when the credential has been granted and the Admissions Office or Enrollment Office will download the original credential from the UNED portal.)

Those who have studied in other countries must submit the original certificate of official recognition of their high school diploma.

If this document is not available during the enrollment process, proof that it has been applied for must be uploaded to the portal. This must be stamped by the Spanish government office where it was submitted; without this, it is not possible to formalize enrollment, which, in any event, is conditional upon submission of the certificate of official recognition to the Office of the Registrar of the University before 1 April of the following year. If this certificate is not submitted by the deadline or official recognition has not been granted, enrollment shall be invalidated and no academic certifications on studies shall be issued. Nor shall the applicant have the right to request a refund of any amounts paid for enrollment.

Those who have completed university studies (for which at least 30 ECTS credits have been transferred; this must be applied for prior to enrollment) must submit the original certificate for such studies to the Office of the Registrar of the University during the first few days of the academic year.

Enrollment is formalized when the application is submitted and the document proving that the applicant passed the university entrance exam (EvAU) is uploaded to the myUNAV portal (international students should upload the access credential from the UNED or the certificate of official recognition for their high school diploma).

  • At that time, an email will be sent to the address specified by the student confirming that the enrollment has been formalized.

  • It is not necessary to call the Office of the Registrar to confirm whether enrollment has been formalized.

It is also possible to enroll at the Office of the Registrar, located on the ground floor of the Central Building of the University, either in person or through a proxy. Enrollment may also be formalized through an administrative or private agency. Admitted students that enroll in this way:

  • may enroll beforehand on the website, as explained in the section titled “Enrolling,” and submit the enrollment report to the Office of the Registrar (the rest of the required documents must be uploaded to the myUNAV portal). In this case, payment may be made via any of the possible methods (see the section titled “Forms of Payment”), at the register located in the Office of the Registrar.

  • if they have not enrolled beforehand on the website, they can complete the enrollment form, which is also available at the University, and provide a copy of the required documents.

  • The hours of the Offices are from 9 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. and 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., from June 12 to July 5 (Saturdays, only from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.).

In the first academic year, students only enroll in the required subjects specified in their curriculum. Nonetheless, in some degree programs it is also possible to complete a diploma program at the same time; in such cases, in addition to enrolling in the required subjects for the first year, students must also enroll in some elective subjects.

Enrollment takes place just once per academic year and, once completed, is irrevocable. Nonetheless, students may make changes to their enrollment, with due cause, within 10 days of formalizing enrollment or during the first week of classes in the second semester.

Canceling enrollment does not entail a refund of any amounts paid, not even the administrative fees.

Enrollment is definitive when the transfer of academic transcript is received from the home university, as long as it certifies that the student meets the requirements for entering the program of study; or when the certificate of official recognition of the high school diploma is submitted, before the end of the period of study, for students gaining access in this way; the until that time, enrollment is provisional.

The validity of the enrollment is also dependent on full payment by means of any of the possible payment methods. If full payment is not made, enrollment may be canceled at any time during the academic year.

We remind you that you can find all the information about the amount of the tuition as well as the discounts, scholarships, bonuses and payment methods on the scholarships and financial aid page.

I am continuing my studies

Students who have passed all subjects between December and May

Enrollment must be formalized between June 13 and June 19, starting on the day and time indicated in an email that will be sent in mid-June.

The enrollment program will remain open until June 28. It will be opened again from August 16 to September 15 to allow students who have not already enrolled to do so, and for students who have already enrolled to make any changes to their enrollment.

 

Students who have not passed all subjects between December and May

Enrollment must be formalized between August 16 and August 22, starting on the day and time indicated in an email that will be sent at the beginning of August.

Students in the Program of Academic Excellence Loans must formalize enrollment between July 18 and 20 (only in required subjects).

The enrollment program will remain open until September 15, and any necessary changes to the enrollment may be made before then. Students may enroll at any moment within the specified period, starting at the assigned day and time. Students are advised to enroll at that time to ensure that they are able to select the subjects they wish to take, since this depends on the number of places available at the time of enrollment, and places in some elective subjects are limited.

 

Access to SELF-ENROLLMENT for students continuing their studies (via the Academic Information Portal).

When accessing self-enrollment, students must select the subjects they wish to take, in accordance with the pre-prepared plan.

Wherever possible, problems arising during the self-enrollment process will be resolved by the staff at the Office of the Registrar. In any case, students may choose to put enrollment on hold and exit the program, at which point the subjects chosen will be held for three working days; the problem may be resolved during this time.

  • It is important to enroll on the date and at the time indicated in the self-enrollment appointment. This will ensure availability of elective subjects.

  • If, for any reason, enrollment cannot be completed, the program may be closed once the subjects that are definitely going to be taken are selected. No payment needs to be made at this time.

  • This way, those subjects will be reserved for three days, during which time any outstanding issues must be resolved. The program must then be reopened to finalize the enrollment process and make any changes to the previously selected subjects. Once this is done, payment of the registration fee can be made.

  • If any issue cannot be resolved within those three days, the enrollment should be finalized and the registration fee paid while the issue is being resolved. The enrollment may then be modified at a later date.

Self-enrollment should be done by students themselves. In the exceptional case that a third party is authorized to do it, it is assumed that the formalized enrollment has been fully approved by the student; the enrollment will therefore be just as valid as if it were personally formalized by the student.

Support line: 948 425 611

- June 14 to June 30: 9 a.m. - 1:30 p.m. and 3:30 p.m. - 5:30 p.m.

- June 22 to August 30: 9 a.m. - 2 p.m.

- starting on September 3: 9:30 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Email: oogg@unav.es

Enrollment takes place just once per academic year and, once completed, is irrevocable. Nonetheless, during periods when the self-enrollment program is open (indicated in the section titled “Registration Deadline”), or during the first week of classes in the second semester, students may make changes to their enrollment.

Canceling enrollment does not entail a refund of any amounts paid. After choosing subjects, the program calculates the amount due, including registration fees (See the “Cost” tab). Afterwards, the method of payment must be chosen. It is possible to indicate several payment methods (for example, pay part of the registration fee via a direct debit and another part via an installment plan). The chosen payment methods must, of course, add up to the total cost of enrollment. In any case, it is necessary to pay at least €95 in cash (direct debit, transfer or check). Once payment is made, students can print a summary of the enrollment and its financial repercussions. This summary may be kept; it is not necessary to submit it or send it to the University. The registration fee must be paid within three days of enrollment, via one of the methods listed in the section titled “Forms of Payment.” Canceling enrollment does not entail a refund of any amounts paid. The validity of the enrollment depends upon payment of the registration fees on the date of formalization.

Once SELF-ENROLLMENT is complete, it is not necessary to send the University any documents, except in the following cases:

- a copy of a current large-family certificate, for students that qualify for this discount.

- a copy of the high school diploma if it has not been submitted in previous years.

These documents can be sent:

- via fax to (+34) 948 425 701

- via email to oogg@unav.es

- via postal mail to Office of the Registrar, University of Navarra, 31009 Pamplona, Spain.

- they can also be submitted at the Office of the Registrar at the University, Monday through Friday between 9:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. (and after September 3, also between 9:30 a.m. to 5p.m.)

If payment is made in full via direct debit, it is not necessary to send any receipts to the University. The account will be charged within a few days of formalizing enrollment (for those enrolling in June) and around August 31 (for those enrolling in August). In all other cases, it is necessary to send the following documents to the Office of the Registrar within three days of enrollment:

- a receipt for a transfer to the University’s account to the email address pagomatricula@unav.es

- authorization to charge a credit card, also to pagomatricula@unav.es

- the installment payment plan application (along with copies of the National Identity Cards of the borrowers and of a receipt or passbook for the account that will be used): these documents cannot be sent by fax or email, but must be submitted to the Office of the Registrar or sent by postal mail to:

Office of the Registrar
University of Navarra
31009 Pamplona, Spain

Payment may also be made at the Office of the Registrar at the University (Central Building), Monday through Friday between 9 a.m. and 1 p.m.

Once payment is made, enrollment is complete. If, for any reason, payment is not made within three days, the enrollment may be canceled, and the student may lose his or her elective subject choices.

We remind you that you can find all the information about the amount of the tuition as well as the discounts, scholarships, bonuses and payment methods on the scholarships and financial aid page.

I am a transfer student

Enroll between September 1 and 10.

En Tecnun-Escuela de Ingeniería, el plazo de matrícula es desde el 17 de junio hasta el 27 de julio.

National students

When enrolling, students must submit the following documents to the Office of the Registrar of the University of Navarra:

- Enrollment application signed by the student.

- Photocopy of their National Identity Card (DNI) or passport.

- Photocopy of their high school diploma (if they have not yet received it, they can submit it later).

- Academic transcript (original or certified photocopy) of their previous university studies.

- Receipt for transfer of academic transcript issued by the Secretary of the home School. To obtain this receipt, a copy of the admission letter must be submitted to the home University (enrollment will be provisional until the academic transcript is received). The original must be submitted to the Office of the Registrar at the University of Navarra.

 

International students

When enrolling, students must submit the following documents to the Office of the Registrar of the University of Navarra:

- Enrollment application signed by the student.

- Photocopy of their National Identity Card (DNI) or passport.

- Academic transcript (original or certified photocopy) of their previous university studies.

- If at least 30 ECTS credits have not been transferred, they must submit the certificate of official recognition (issued by the Spanish Ministry of Education) for their high school diploma. If they do not yet have this certificate, they may submit a stamped document that provides proof they have requested it.

 

Relevant information:
Office of the Registrar - University of Navarra
31009 Pamplona, Navarre, Spain
Tel.: (+34) 948 42 56 13
Email: oogg@unav.es

 

To avoid delays, students must submit all required documentation at the time enrollment is formalized. Enrollment takes place just once per academic year and, once completed, is irrevocable; canceling enrollment does not entail a refund of any amounts paid. Nonetheless, students may make changes to their enrollment, with due cause, within 10 days of formalizing enrollment. The validity of the enrollment depends upon payment of the registration fees on the date of formalization.

We remind you that you can find all the information about the tuition fees as well as discounts, scholarships, bonuses and payment methods on the scholarships and financial aid page.

Asistencia Sanitaria y Seguros

University students have school insurance but there is also the possibility of contracting additional coverage.

New insurance against Covid 19

University students can take out insurance against Covid 19. Health care will take place at the Clínica Universidad de Navarra.

In case of common disease:

The student may be treated in health centers or public hospitals (must present the Individual Health Card or the European Health Card). If the student has private medical insurance (either because they do not have a Health Card or because they have contracted it voluntarily) they can go to the concerted centers that determine their policy.

In case of an accident:

School Insurance National Institute of Social Security

Mapfre Accident Insurance

Communication part of student accidents

Travel Insurance

Acunsa Insurance (national students)

Acunsa Insurance (international students)

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