Presentation

The development of students’ creative capacities is a trademark of the University of Navarra and the basis of the new degree in Design. Supported by the prestige of the Museum and of the School of Architecture, the student is provided, from a high cultural level, with technical skills and a mastery of the creative processes that allow the student to assume leadership of design teams in a post-industrial society. (Miguel A. Alonso del Val, Director of the School of Architecture).

The Degree in Design consists of 240 ECTS distributed over 4 academic terms of 60 ECTS each. The credits are distributed between core, mandatory, and specialization elective subjects, as well as a degree final project in the following manner:

                Core: 60 ECTS
               
                Mandatory: 126 ECTS

                Specialization Electives: 36 ECTS

                Degree Final Project: 18 ECTS

In order to obtain the degree it is necessary to attain the 240 ECTS of the degree program.

The degree program includes the following fields for specialization: Product Design, Fashion Design, and Service Design. All students are required to complete the program with one of these design electives. Throughout the degree, the student will complete a total of 54 ECTS related to the chosen field:

6 ECTS of design technique. The student is introduced to the knowledge specific to each of the three specialties.

30 ECTS of complementary training. The student chooses 30 elective ECTS directly related to the chosen specialty.

18 ECTS for the degree final project: orientated to the chosen specialty. 

  • What high school grades are required for acceptance into the program?

    The School of Architecture’s admissions team considers candidates based on their high school grade point average (60%) and the results of their admissions test (40%). In this way, the student’s effort throughout the academic year is taken into account, as well as their creative abilities. 

  • ¿Por qué estudiar el Grado en Diseño en la Universidad de Navarra?

    Porque es un grado con vocación internacional, que se refleja en la presencia de numerosos profesores de prestigiosas universidades extranjeras cada curso y profesionales del mundo del diseño.

    Además, nuestro grado se diferencia en la metodología de trabajo. El aprendizaje por proyectos es una pieza clave.

    Por otro lado, el plan de estudios del grado incluye asignaturas que tienen como objetivo formar a los alumnos en gestión de proyectos en equipo con visión empresarial e innovadora.

    El Grado en Diseño de la Universidad de Navarra ofrece una formación con tres menciones que responden a los tres ámbitos principales: Diseño de Producto, Diseño de Moda y Diseño de Servicios.

    Por último, la Escuela de Arquitectura de la Universidad de Navarra lleva 50 años formando profesionales, muchos de los cuales destacan actualmente entre los mejores. Todo ello, gracias a una formación en la que la práctica y los convenios con empresas cobran gran relevancia, junto con el trato personalizado al alumno.

Información de contacto

Álvaro Clavería García
Responsable de Admisión
aclaveria@unav.es

Solicitud de información General contact:
Campus Universitario
31009 Pamplona
España

+34 948 425 600
aclaveria@unav.es

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