Why do the IFP?
The main objective of the International Foundation Program (IFP) is to prepare international students to take a degree at the University of Navarra.
The program consists of 60 ECTS (European Transfer Credit System) and is divided into two modules: Linguistic and Cultural Competences and Specific Degree Contents (10 different modules are offered).
Depending on your level of Spanish, the course load of each module is adapted to your specific needs. You can choose the annual program that starts in September (60 ECTS) or the semester program that starts in September or January (30 ECTS).
Why start the IFP in January?
To the Spanish university system.
Discover and adapt to the culture of Spain, specifically, Pamplona.
Take university classes in your area of interest.
Take university classes to discover what degree program is best for you.
Perfect your academic Spanish written and oral skills (if necessary).
Join an international, academically curious group of fellow students.