Entrance exams and criteria

 
 

We are looking for outstanding students from all over the world, who are curious, have an interdisciplinary mentality and are inspired to improve society – people whose talent and experience can drive our university forward.

How do we measure academic performance?

These are the results we take into account:

 

 

High school junior year transcripts

   

 

 
  • Grade obtained in entrance exam in the relevant School of the University

   

 

 

The average high-school grade of high school is worth 60% and the entrance exam 40% of the overall score.

In the case of Medicine, the average high- school grade is worth 30% and the entrance exam 70%.

What are the entrance exams like?

Applicants who studied 2º Bachillerate in Spain

Degree in Architecture

  • Multiple choice test of high school academic questions: Mathematics, Physics and Geometry (30 questions)

    Practical creative test in which every student will have to present.

    English level test and personal interview with a grade teacher.

 

Degree in Design

  • Entrance exam (MCQ test) about knowledge of general culture in English (52 questions)

  • English level test

  • Spanish level test

  • Practical creative test in which every student must make a presentation.

  • Personal interview with a professor from the degree program

  • Interview with the Admission Delegate in your country

 

Applicants from outside Spain

Degree in Architecture

  • Multiple choice test of high school academic questions: Mathematics, Physics and Geometry (30 questions)

  • Practical creative test in which every student will have to present.

  • English level test

  • Spanish level test

  • Interview with the Admission Delegate in your country

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Topics

 

Degree in Design

  • Entrance exam (MCQ test) about knowledge of general culture in English (52 questions)

  • English level test

  • Spanish level test

  • Practical creative test in which every student must make a presentation.

  • Personal interview with a professor from the degree program

  • Interview with the Admission Delegate in your country

Applicants who studied 2º Bachillerate in Spain

All degree programs

  • Multiple choice test of academic questions for the Baccalaureate in Physics and Mathematics (45 questions).

Download some test examples Matthematics and Physics.

 

Applicants from outside Spain

All degree programs

  • Multiple choice test of academic questions for the Baccalaureate in Physics and Mathematics (45 questions).

    Psychotechnical test: verbal, spatial, numerical and logical reasoning.

    English level test

    Spanish level test

    Interview with the delegate of the Admission Service in your country.

 

Topics

Applicants who studied 2º Bachillerate in Spain

All degree programs

  • The exam consists of a test of English level, it is necessary to obtain a minimum level B2.2 for access.

    Personal interview with a professor from the Faculty.

 

Applicants from outside Spain

All degree programs

  • The exam consists of a English level test, it is necessary to obtain a minimum level B2.2 for access.

    Spanish level test

    Interview with the delegate of the Admission Service in your country.

Applicants who studied 2º Bachillerate in Spain

Degree program's

  • Multiple choice test of general culture and news.

    Comment of a text of the degree to which you want to access.

    English level test.

    Personal interview with the Faculty of the School of Communication.

 

Double degree program's

  • Multiple choice test of general culture and news.

    Comment of a text of the degree to which you want to access.

    English level test.

    Personal interview with a professor from the Faculty of the School of Humanities and Social Sciences.

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Applicants from outside Spain

Degree program's

  • Multiple choice test of general culture and news.

    Comment of a text of the degree to which you want to access.

    English level test.

  • Interview with the delegate of the Admission Service in your country.

 

Double degree program's

  • Multiple choice test of general culture and news.

    Comment of a text of the degree to which you want to access.

    English level test.

  • Personal interview with a professor from the Faculty of the School of Humanities and Social Sciences.

  • Interview with the delegate of the Admission Service in your country.

Applicants who studied 2º Bachillerate in Spain

All degrees

  • Multiple choice test of high school academic questions: History, Philosophy, Geography, Economy, Spanish and Literature and current news. (35 questions). 

  • Critical-reflective comment on a text.

  • English level test

  • Personal interview with a professor from the degree program

 

Applicants from outside Spain

All degrees

  • Multiple choice test of high school academic questions: History, Philosophy, Geography, Economy, Spanish and Literature and current news. (35 questions). 

  • Critical-reflective comment on a text.

  • English level test.

  • Spanish level test.

  • Interview with the Admission Delegate in your country.

 

Topics

Applicants who studied 2º Bachillerate in Spain

All degrees

  • Multiple choice test of high school academic questions: Mathematics, Philosophy y Spanish and Literature (30 questions).

  • Multiple choice test of logical, spatial, verbal and numerical reasoning.

  • English level test.

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Applicants from outside Spain

All degrees

  • Multiple choice test of high school academic questions: Mathematics, Philosophy y Spanish and Literature (30 questions).

  • Multiple choice test of logical, spatial, verbal and numerical reasoning.

  • English level test.

  • Spanish level test.

  • Interview with the Admission Delegate in your country.

 

Topics

Applicants who studied 2º Bachillerate in Spain

All degrees

  • Multiple choice test of high school academic questions: Mathematics, Philosophy and Language and Literature (30 questions).

  • Multiple choice test of logical, spatial, verbal and numerical reasoning.

  • English level test.

  • Personal interview with a professor of the Faculty.

 

Applicants from outside Spain

All degrees

  • Multiple choice test of high school academic questions: Mathematics, Philosophy and Language and Literature (30 questions).

  • Multiple choice test of logical, spatial, verbal and numerical reasoning.

  • English level test.

  • Spanish level test.

  • Before December 10, the applicant has to send a motivational video to degrees eyp@unav.es explaining why he wants to study at the University of Navarra and why he has chosen the degree.

  • Interview with the delegate of the Admission Service in your country.

 

Topics

Applicants who studied 2º Bachillerate in Spain

Degree program's

 

  • Multiple choice test of high school academic questions: History, Philosophy, Geography, Economics, Language and Literature and current affairs (35 questions).

    Multiple choice test of logical, spatial, verbal and numerical reasoning.

    English level test.

    Personal interview with a professor of the Faculty.

 

Degrees: Double International Relations and History and Double Law and Philosophy

  • Multiple choice test of high school academic questions: History, Philosophy, Geography, Economics, Language and Literature and current affairs (35 questions).

    Critical-reflective commentary on a current text.

    English level test.

    Personal interview with a professor of the Faculty.

 

Degrees: Doubles of the Faculty of Communication and Philosophy

  • Multiple choice test of general culture and news.

  • Comment of a text of the degree to which you want to access.

  • English level test.

  • Personal interview with a professor from the Faculty of Philosophy and Letters.

 

Applicants from outside Spain

Degree program's

 

  • Multiple choice test of high school academic questions: History, Philosophy, Geography, Economics, Language and Literature and current affairs (35 questions).

  • Multiple choice test of logical, spatial, verbal and numerical reasoning.

  • English level test.

  • Spanish level test.

  • Interview with the delegate of the Admission Service in your country.

 

Degrees: Double International Relations and History and Double Law and Philosophy

Multiple choice test of high school academic questions: History, Philosophy, Geography, Economics, Language and Literature and current affairs (35 questions).

Critical-reflective commentary on a current text.

English level test.

Spanish level test.

Personal interview with a faculty member of the School.

Interview with the delegate of the Admission Service in your country.

 

Degrees: Doubles of the School of Communication and Humanities and Social Sciences

  • Multiple choice test of general culture and news.

  • Comment of a text of the degree to which you want to access.

  • English level test.

  • Spanish level test.

  • Personal interview with a professor from the School Humanities and Social Sciences.

  • Interview with the delegate of the Admission Service in your country.

 

Topics

Applicants who studied 2º Bachillerate in Spain

All degrees

  • Multiple choice test: Biology, Mathematics (Social Sciences), Philosophy and Spanish and Literature (40 questions).

  • English level test.

  • Personal interview with a professor from the School.

 

Applicants from outside Spain

All degrees

  • Multiple choice test: Biology, Mathematics (Social Sciences), Philosophy and Spanish and Literature (40 questions).

  • English level test.

  • Spanish level test.

  • Personal interview with a professor from the School.

  • Interview with the delegate of the Admission Service in your country.

 

Topics

Applicants who studied 2º Bachillerate in Spain

All degrees

  • Multiple choice test of high school academic questions: Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Mathematics (40 questions).

  • English level test.

 

Applicants from outside Spain

All degrees

Multiple choice test of high school academic questions: Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Mathematics (40 questions).

English level test.

Spanish level test.

Interview with the delegate of the Admission Service in your country.

 

Topics

Applicants who studied 2º Bachillerate in Spain

All degrees

 

Applicants from outside Spain

All degrees

  • Multiple choice test of high school academic questions: Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Mathematics (40 questions).

  • English level test (Biology, Chemistry and Biochemistry, and Environmental Sciences).

  • Spanish level test.

  • Interview with the delegate of the Admission Service in your country.

 

Topics

Applicants who studied 2º Bachillerate in Spain

All degrees

 

Applicants from outside Spain

All degrees

1. English: For bilingual degrees, the University requests accreditation of the level of English. The required level is defined together with the description of the admission tests of each School.

2. Spanish: To enter any of the official degrees at the University, knowledge of the Spanish Language is necessary. For this reason, students must prove their level of Spanish in case of:

  • who do not have Spanish as their mother tongue.

  • who have completed studies equivalent to the Baccalaureate, which give access to university studies, in a language other than Spanish.

These students will be able to certify their level of Spanish through the following exams:


Students who apply for admission and do not have the minimum established competencies can enroll if they wish, in the ILCE summer courses. In this way, they will achieve the language skills required for the start of the course.

Content of the examinations

Examples of the aptitude and skills tests:

Example examination

Access to the University of Navarra through the International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma Program

Admission to the University of Navarra via the International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma Program (DP)

Students who have taken the IB Diploma Program can choose to enter the University of Navarra via the ordinary route or via the IB Route (provided they meet the minimum admission requirements for their chosen degree program). They must indicate on their application (miportal.unav.edu) that they are applying via the IB Route and attach a certificate of their specific IB Program grades.

  • The IB Route allows students to enter the University of Navarra without taking the official university entrance examination. Instead, they must request the access credential issued by the UNED.

  • In order to gain access via this route, the student’s predicted grade after having completed the first year of the IB Diploma must meet the minimum grade required for each degree program as stipulated by each School (see grades below).

If the student does not reach the required score at the end of the IB Diploma and as a result is not admitted to the requested degree, he may make an instance through the miUNAV Portal in Help / Contact, requesting to reconsider his admission by means of admission tests.

  • Those whose expected qualifications meet the requirements will be invited to an interview at the chosen Center. The Faculty of Economics will conduct this interview in person at the Pamplona Campus on the days of the admission tests to the applicants who study in an academic center based in Spain.

  • Those applicants studying outside Spain must arrange an interview with the delegate of the University in their country.

  • In the case of passing the interview, the IB student will obtain conditional admission on the effective achievement of the required final grades upon completion of the IB Program. The deadline to deliver the notes will be July 10th.

 

Degree

IB Mark

Level

Subjects

Mark

Architectural studies*

33 

HL

Physics

5

SL

Maths

5

SL

Language Acquisition (English)

5

Design

29

SL

Language B or Language Acquisition (English)

5

 

*Requirement: Two of these subjects are required.

HL = Higher level

SL = Standard level

Degree

IB Mark

Level

Subjects

Mark

Law

30

HL/SL

Language B o Adquisición Lengua (Inglés)

+5

International Relations

30

HL/SL

Language B o Adquisición Lengua (Inglés)

+5

International Relations + Law

32

HL/SL

Language B o Adquisición Lengua (Inglés)

+5

International Relations + History

32

HL/SL

Language B o Adquisición Lengua (Inglés)

+5

Double Degree in Law, Philosophy and Public Administration

32

HL/SL

Language B o Adquisición Lengua (Inglés)

+5

 

HL = Higher level

SL = Standard level

  • All degree programs require 32 points for entry.

  • A minimum score of 5 (NS) or 6 (NM) is required for Mathematics.

  • Students must provide proof that they hold an Advanced Certificate, TOEFL or C1 level of English. A grade higher than 5 in the Language Acquisition (English) or Language subjects will also be accepted.

Degree

IB Mark

Level

Subjects

Marks

Management + General Management and Strategy

32

NM / NS

Maths

+6 /+5

Management (bilingual) + Innovation and Entrepreneurship

32

NM / NS
NM

Maths

+6 /+5

Language B or Language Acquisition (English)

+5 o Advanced, TOEFL o C1

Management (bilingual) + General Management and Strategy

32

NM / NS
NM

Maths

+6 /+5

Language B or Language Acquisition (English)

+5 o Advanced, TOEFL o C1

Management (bilingual) + Finance and Accounting

32

NM / NS
NM

Maths

+6 /+5

Language B or Language Acquisition (English)

+5 o Advanced, TOEFL o C1

Management (bilingual) + Innovation and Data Analytics

32

NM / NS
NM

Maths

+6 /+5

Language B or Language Acquisition (English)

+5 o Advanced, TOEFL o C1

Economics (bilingual) + International Economics and Finance

32

NM / NS
NM

Maths

+6 /+5

Language B or Language Acquisition (English)

+5 o Advanced, TOEFL o C1

Economics (bilingual) + Data Analytics

32

NM / NS
NM

Maths

+6 /+5

Language B or Language Acquisition (English)

+5 o Advanced, TOEFL o C1

Economics (bilingual) + Leadership and Governance Program

32

NM / NS
NM

Maths

+6 /+5

Language B or Language Acquisition (English)

+5 o Advanced, TOEFL o C1

Management + Law (bilingual)

32

NM / NS
NM

Maths

+6 /+5

Language B or Language Acquisition (English)

+5 o Advanced, TOEFL o C1

Management + Law

32

NM / NS

Maths

+6 /+5

Economics (bilingual) + Law

32

NM / NS
NM

Maths

+6 /+5

Language B or Language Acquisition (English)

+5 o Advanced, TOEFL o C1

 

NM = Intermediate level

NS = Upper level

Degree

IB Mark

Level

Subjects

Mark

Degree in Biology*

30

NS

Biology

+5

Degree in Biochemistry*

30

NS

Biology

+5

NS

Chemistry

+5

Degree in Chemistry*

30

NS

Chemistry

+5

Degree in Environmental Sciences*

30

NS

Biology

+5

NS

Chemistry

+5

Degree in Chemistry + Biochemistry*

32

NS

Biology

+5

NS

Chemistry

+5

Degree in Biology + Environmental Sciences*

32

NS

Biology

+5

 

*Requirement: Minimum of 3 (NS). Grades no lower than 5.

NM = Intermediate level

NS = Upper level 

For international students, a minimum of level B2 in Spanish is required.

Degree

IB Mark

Level

Subjects

Mark

Degree in Psichology

30

 

 

 

Degree in Early Childhood

30

 

 

 

Degree in Primary Teaching

30

 

 

 

Degree in Education

30

 

 

 

Degree in Education + Early Childhood

30

 

 

 

Degree in Education + Primary Teaching

30

 

 

 

 

NM = Intermediate level

NS = Upper level

Degree

IB Mark

Level

Subjects

Mark

Degree in  Nursing

30

 

 

+5

 

NM = Intermediate level

NS = Upper level

 

Degree

IB Mark

Level

Subjects

Mark

Degree in Pharmacy

30

NS

Chemistry

+5

Degree in Human Nutrition and Dietetics

30

NS

Biology

+5

Degree in Pharmacy + Human Nutrition and Dietetics

30

NS

Chemistry

+5

 

NM = Intermediate level

NS = Upper level

International students will be required to sit a Spanish level test.

Degree

IB Mark

Level

Subjects

Mark

Degree in Philology

30

 

 

 

Degree in Philosophy

30

 

 

 

Degree in History

30

 

 

 

Degree in Humanities 

30

 

 

 

Degree in Literature and Creative Writing 

30

 

 

 

Degree in Philosophy, Politics and Economics

30

 

 

 

Degree in Philology + Journalism

30

 

 

+5

Degree in Philosophy + Law + Itinerario en Gestión Pública

32

 

 

+5

Degree in Philosphy + Journalism

30

 

 

+5

Degree in History + Journalism

30

 

 

+5

 

NM = Intermediate level

NS = Upper level

Degree

IB Mark

Level

Subjects

Mark

Degree in Biomedical Engineering

34

 

Physics

+5

Maths +5

Degree in Electrical Engineering

34

 

Physics

+5

Maths +5

Degree in Industrial Design and Product Development Engineering

34

 

Physics +5
Maths +5

Degree in Electronic Communications Engineering

34

 

Physics

+5
Maths +5
Degree in Industrial Electronics Engineering

34

 

Physics

+5
Maths +5

Degree in Industrial Management Engineering

34

 

Physics

+5
Maths +5

Degree in Telecommunications Systems Engineering

34

 

Physics

+5

Maths  +5

Degree in Industrial Technology Engineering

34

 

Physics

+5

Maths +5

Degree in Mechanical Engineering

34

 

Physics

+5

Maths +5

 

NM = Intermediate level

NS = Upper level 

Degree

IB Mark

Level

Subjects

Mark

Degree in Audiovisual Communication

29

HL

Language and Literature

5

HL

Language Acquisition B

5

Degree in Journalism

29

HL

Language and Literature

5

HL

Language Acquisition B

5

Degree in Marketing (bilingual)

32

SL / HL

Maths 

6 / 5 

SL

Language and Literature

5

SL

Language B or Language Acquisition (English)

+5 o B2

Degree in Audiovisual Communication (bilingual)

30

HL
 

Language and Literature

+5

HL

Language Acquisition B

+5

Degree in Journalism (bilingual)

30

HL

Language and Literature

+5

HL

Language Acquisition B

+5

Double degrees

30

HL

Language and Literature

5

HL

Language Acquisition B

5

 

HL = Higher level

SL = Standard level 

The School will require the applicants to do languages tests just in order to know their level, but this will not be taken into consideration for admission.

Degree

IB Mark

Level

Subjects

Mark

Degree in Applied Management

29

HL

Language Acquisition

+5

HL

Language and literature

5

HL

Language B

5

 

HL = Higher level

SL = Standard level

CLT (Classic Learning Test)

CLT is one of the standardized college entrance exams and provides the most accurate and rigorous measure of academic formation, accomplishment, and potential.

The actual time for the test will be two hours (120 minutes). The time is divided as follows: Verbal Reasoning (40 minutes), Grammar/Writing (35 minutes), and Quantitative Reasoning (45 minutes). During the time allotted for each particular section, the student must work only on that section and may not move to an earlier or later section.

If you want to test you must register on the web at www.cltexam.com/register

The CLT is offered five times per year, and these five dates are set. Individual students who wish to take the CLT must register for one of these five dates at a convenient location. Test Sites are not required to offer the CLT for all five tests throughout the year. Check individual Test Site availability at registration.

We do not require a minimum test score. The test scores will be considered along with your whole academic record and a personal interview.

You can send your scores to admissionclt@unav.es.

If you have not yet received official scores by the deadline for the submission of the application documents, you can send a copy of the unofficial scores got online and provide us with the official ones when they become available.

  1. School of Humanities and Social Sciences: 92 points minimum.

  2. School of Law: 92 points minimum.

  3. School of Communication: 92 points at least for Audiovisual Communication and Journalism. 98 for Marketing.

  4. School of Economics and Business: 98 points minimum.

  5. School of Education and Psychology: 92 points as a minimum.

  6. ISSA | Applied Management: 92 points minimum.

Criterios y pruebas de acceso para mayores de 25 y 45 años

Las personas mayores de 25 y 45 años que desean iniciar estudios universitarios en la Universidad de Navarra, pero que no cuentan con el título de Bachillerato, deben superar las Pruebas de Acceso a la Universidad para poder solicitar la admisión en un Grado Oficial.

Plazo de solicitud y fecha de examen

Plazo para presentar la solicitud: del 3 al 17 de febrero de 2021.
Fecha del examen: 1 de marzo de 2021.

Ver texto completo de las convocatorias [Formato .pdf 319KB]

La documentación que debe entregarse junto con el formulario de solicitud online entre el 3 y el 17 de febrero en el portal miUNAV es la siguiente:

  • Fotocopia del documento nacional de identidad (por las dos caras).

  • Una fotografía (tipo carnet).

  • Justificante de haber transferido la cantidad de doscientos treinta y cinco (235 €)*, en concepto de derechos de inscripción, en la siguiente cuenta bancaria:

    • CaixaBank: ES92 2100 9161 47 2200152057

*Esta cantidad no es reembolsable.

Contenidos de las pruebas de admisión para mayores de 25 y 45 años

Pruebas para mayores de 25 años

Esta opción de examen da acceso preferente a las siguientes titulaciones:

Filología Hispánica, Filosofía, Historia, Humanidades, Literatura y Escritura Creativa.

Para la realización de la prueba de acceso deben elegirse dos de las siguientes materias

Historia del Arte

Latín

Geografía

Historia Contemporánea

Esta opción de examen da acceso preferente a las siguientes titulaciones:

Biología, Biología + Ciencias Ambientales, Bioquímica, Ciencias Ambientales, Química, Química + Bioquímica.

Para la realización de la prueba de acceso deben elegirse dos de las siguientes materias

Matemáticas

Física

Química

Biología

Esta opción de examen da acceso preferente a las siguientes titulaciones:

Medicina, Enfermería, Farmacia, Nutrición Humana y Dietética, Farmacia + Nutrición Humana y Dietética.

Para la realización de la prueba de acceso deben elegirse dos de las siguientes materias

Química

Biología

Matemáticas

Física

Esta opción de examen da acceso preferente a las siguientes titulaciones:

Administración y Dirección de Empresas, ADE + Derecho, Economía, Economía + Derecho, Derecho, Derecho + Relaciones Internacionales, Relaciones Internacionales, Relaciones Internacionales + Historia, Periodismo, Comunicación Audiovisual, Marketing, Filosofía + Periodismo, Filosofía + Derecho, Filología, Hispánica + Periodismo, Historia + Periodismo, Asistencia de Dirección-Management Assistance, Magisterio en Educación Infantil, Magisterio en Educación Primaria, Pedagogía, Pedagogía + Educación Infantil, Pedagogía + Educación Primaria, Psicología, Philosophy, Politics and Economics (PPE).

Para la realización de la prueba de acceso deben elegirse dos de las siguientes materias

Matemáticas aplicadas a las Ciencias Sociales

Historia Contemporánea

Historia del Arte

Latín

Esta opción de examen da acceso preferente a las siguientes titulaciones:

Estudios de Arquitectura, Diseño, Ingeniería en Tecnologías Industriales, Ingeniería Mecánica, Ingeniería Eléctrica, Ingeniería en Electrónica Industrial, Ingeniería en Sistemas de Telecomunicación, Ingeniería en Electrónica de Comunicaciones, Ingeniería en Organización Industrial, Ingeniería en Diseño Industrial y Desarrollo de Productos, Ingeniería Biomédica, Ingeniería de la Energía.

Para la realización de la prueba de acceso deben elegirse dos de las siguientes materias

Matemáticas

Física

Geometría

Dibujo Técnico

Pruebas para mayores de 45 años

Los alumnos deberán elegir como primer ejercicio una de estas dos opciones:

El segundo ejercicio consiste en una prueba obligatoria de lengua castellana. | Temario | Modelo de examen
Por último, los candidatos deberán realizar una entrevista personal.

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