Once the welcoming days have been completed, your classes will generally start the following week. During that time, you’ll need to ensure you’ve taken care of necessary logistics, and there are several ways you can stay connected throughout the year. Here is a list of things to be sure you do after your welcoming session.
1. The University of Navarra requires that all students be covered by health insurance. Make sure you have the necessary insurance to be covered here in Spain. More information.
2. Read through the ADI outlines of your courses. You will receive information about your classes during the welcoming days if you are an exchange student. If you are an undergraduate student or studying IFP you will receive this information the first week of September. Click here for more information about ADI.
3. Throughout the year the International Relations Office will be planning a series of activities and workshops that students are more than welcome to join.
4. To take out books from our library you simply have to check out the online platform.
5. The International Relations Office will be collecting complete immigration information packets for most of September for new students who need to do their initial Tarjeta de Identidad de Extranjero or TIE. For exact times please consult with the International Student Newsletter or the corkboard outside the International Relations Office located in the Central Building.
6. If you are interested in finding more about things that are going on around campus check out the following social media accounts. Following @unavunited (for International Students) and @universidaddenavarra (University wide account) on Instagram for the international students; @unav on Twitter are great accounts to start with! You might also want to start following the social media accounts of the particular schools you are going to be with.
7. Make sure to keep in touch with new friends from orientation through our Facebook group: UNAV International Students group 2019-2020
8. Make travel arrangements fit in with our academic calendar. You don´t want to book your flight home for the holidays during exams. Check out our Academic Calendar.
10. Check your University of Navarra email regularly; you'll receive the International Student regularly in addition to other important notifications from professors or classmates. The International Student Newsletter will include important information about your transition to Pamplona throughout your stay at the University of Navarra. Make sure to sign up if you don´t already receive it.
11. Before you start your classes, we hope you to get to know us better.