Introduction

The Degree in Architectural Studies is committed to a teaching method that responds to new challenges in architecture, to new times, and to a new social demand.

Therefore, in accordance with the existing local, regional, national, and international opportunities, which the University of Navarra’s academic offer is a part of, and without forgetting a clear commitment to innovation, three specialties have been defined for this degree, all of which are orientated to an enhanced professional experience, and with management-based characteristics in common.

The Degree in Architectural Studies consists of 300 ECTS distributed over 5 academic years of 60 ECTS each. The credits are distributed between basic, compulsory, and elective subjects, as well as a final degree project in the following way:

  • Basic Subjects: 75 ECTS

  • Compulsory Subjects: 177 ECTS

  • Electives: 42 ECTS

  • Degree Final Project: 6 ECTS

Additionally, the curriculum includes the completion of one of the following specialties:  Specialty in Creative Project Management, Specialty in Urban Project Management, or Specialty in Technical Project Management. All students must complete one of the specialties. Throughout the degree, the student will have a total of 66 ECTS related to the chosen specialty:

  • 15 ECTS of Module 3, Projects. The student will develop projects orientated to one of the three specialties.

  • 9 ECTS of Module 2, Technical. The student is introduced to the integration of the technical aspects of his/her project.

  • 36 ECTS of Module 4, Specialty. The student chooses 36 elective ECTS related to his/her chosen specialty.

  • 6 ECTS of Module 5, Degree Final Project. Orientated to the chosen specialty of the student.

In order to graduate with the degree it is necessary to complete the 300 ECTS defined by the curriculum, as well as to present and defend a Degree Final Project, which is equivalent to 6 ECTS. The title, Graduate of Architectural Studies, provides access to the official Master’s Degree in Architecture, which qualifies one to practice the profession of Architecture in Spain.

  • What is the average grade required for admittance?

    The School of Architecture’s Admissions Team considers candidates taking into account the average grade of their 1st year of Bachillerato or equivalent (60%), as well as the results of the admissions test (40%). In this way, the effort a student has made throughout the entire academic year is taken into account, as well the specific knowledge necessary for the degree. 

  • Why study Architecture at the UN when I can study it in my own city for a less money?

    The School of Architecture has an international vocation, which is reflected in the presence of numerous professors from prestigious international universities, and in international programs such as the Global Architecture Program, or in the large number of students who carry out international internships every year. In addition, the University of Navarra’s School of Architecture has been training architects for 50 years, and many of these architects currently stand out as among the best in the field. All of this is thanks to an education in which practical work and agreements with companies are highly relevant, along with personalized support for each student. 

Información de contacto

Leire Zubieta Laseca
Responsable de Admisión de Grado
lzubieta@unav.es

Solicitud de información General contact:
Campus Universitario
31009 Pamplona
España

+34 948 425 600
Ext. 802576
lzubieta@unav.es

Top 200 Ranking QS por materias