If you are interested in art, music, theatre or literature and you are looking for an agenda with all the cultural events around campus, or if you want to belong to one of our clubs, ranging from debate to environmental protection, you should take a look to the huge offer given by the Cultural Activities Service from the University of Navarra. Click here to check it out.
The Spanish Club is an initiative from the Institute of Spanish Language and Culture (ILCE) with the objective of achieving a complete integration and intercultural dialogue between international and local students. Through different activities that range from weekly coffee sessions to events that introduce you to the most interesting characteristics of Spain and Navarra, the Spanish Club wants you to have a great experience while learning to live in Spain.
Tantaka is the “Bank of Time” that the University has for students to offer their time, knowledge and abilities to good causes defended by different organizations around Navarra. With a focus on “professional volunteering”, Tantaka gives you the chance to develop your professional skills while helping others to improve their lives. If interested, look on the following link.
As an International Student you know that when you come to live in a new country and start from zero, a helping hand is always welcome. The International Committee is a group of international and local students whose objective is to make International Student’s stay in Navarra one of their best memories through personalized advice and the creation of events through the year. If you want to join the Committee, take a look to their page for more information.
Sports are absolutely linked to the spirit of a university, that’s why at the University of Navarra we take them seriously and give the students different options to enjoy them. Reserve courts, try up to 15different sports, join the mountain club, visit the gym with its multiple activities, or show what you’ve got and participate on one of the many championships and tournaments we have around the year. Click here if you want more information.
As a Catholic University, we count with a Chaplaincy Service always open to listen and dialogue with all the students, with no regard on their religion or beliefs. As international students, you’ll have the chance to join different activities in English organized by the Chaplaincy as well as count with spiritual guidance in this language. If you want more information about these activities, take a look to their page.
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