Prospective students should have a keen interest in the practice of teaching in the classroom. They should be aware of the responsibility that comes with teaching children between the ages of 6 and 12, and of the impact their work has on families and society.
They should have a vocation to teach, educate and help.
They should be empathetic, communicative, observant, organized and patient.
They should have a keen interest in children, their developmental and learning processes, and their families.
They should be concerned about human problems, especially those that can be resolved through improvements in education.
Students who have passed the university entrance exam, regardless of the high school pathway completed.
Those who have passed the exam for students over 25 years old and, in general, meet the established legal requirements.
Those who have taken the entrance examination offered by the University of Navarra and organized by the School of Humanities and Social Sciences for its different degree programs.