The Degree in Architecture strengthens one of the objectives of the School of Architecture of the University of Navarra in its fifty years of history: achieve the maximum employability of its students both nationally and internationally. This is possible thanks to an excellent training, the existence of specialization itineraries, a firm commitment to the internationalization and the great capacity of work that their students develop.
It consists of 300 ECTS distributed over 5 academic courses of 60 ECTS each. The credits are distributed among basic, compulsory, optional subjects and of preparation to the Final Degree Project of the following way:
Basic: 63 ECTS
Compulsory: 213 ECTS
Optional: 18 ECTS
Preparation for the Final Degree Project: 6 ECTS
In order to obtain the title it is necessary to exceed 300 ECTS of the curriculum and present and defend a Final Degree Project equivalent to 30 ECTS.
What high school average grade is required to be admitted?
The Admissions team of the School of Architecture values the candidates taking into account the average grade of the first year of high school (60%) and the result of the admission test (40%). In this way, it takes into account the effort that the student makes during all the academic year, as well as the specific knowledge that student need for the degree.
What career opportunities does Architecture have?
The Degree in Architecture qualifies for the regulated profession of architect. Architecture studies provide the students with a very complete and multidisciplinary training that allows them to work in various fields related to the design, the management or the technique.
In this way, architects can develop their professional work in the writing and execution of building projects, urban planning projects or rehabilitation and restoration of buildings. They also work in the field of park design and landscape intervention, sustainable design and energy efficiency.
In addition, thanks to their extensive training in design, architects develop their professional work in various artistic fields such as photography, interior design, fashion design or graphic design.
All this in studies and companies located in several countries around the world.
What do the specialties add to the Degree in Architecture?
The specialties bring to the generalist training of architect a series of complementary knowledge in the rehabilitation and restoration of buildings, landscape and city, construction technology and sustainability or management of construction projects. These specialties allow students of architecture to accredit themselves as experts in these fields, adding added value to their curriculum.
Why study Architecture in the UN if can do it with less cost in my city?
Because the School of Architecture has an international vocation, which is reflected in the presence of numerous professors of prestigious foreign universities each course, in international programs such as the Global Architecture Program or in the large number of students who carry out international professional interships every year.
In addition, the School of Architecture of the University of Navarra has been training architects for 50 years, many of which are currently among the best. All this, thanks to a training in which interships and agreements with companies become great relevant, along with the personalised treatment of the student.