Aplicaciones anidadas

Aplicaciones anidadas


¿Cuándo puedo ir de intercambio?

Nuestros alumnos pueden cursar hasta dos intercambios a lo largo de la carrera, en función de la titulación que cursen:

 Primer semestre de 3º y 4º curso

 Primer semestre de 4º y 6º para los Dobles Grados de ADE + Derecho y Economía + Derecho


Requisitos para cursar intercambio

La elección y asignación de intercambio se realiza en función del expediente académico y de la nota de TOEFL iBT.

Cada universidad de intercambio establece sus requisitos mínimos.


Aplicaciones anidadas

Aplicaciones anidadas


Universidades de intercambio

Más de 130 socios en 40 países.

Contamos con una red de universidades socias de prestigio académico (por su posición en los rankings internacionales y las acreditaciones internacionales obtenidas) y diversidad geográfica.






Aplicaciones anidadas


The School of Economics & Business partners with +130 Universities in 40 countries. Incoming exchange students have access to undergraduate courses offered by the Faculty. This creates a dynamic classroom by connecting full-time students and exchange students. The School of Economics & Business is proud to have a total of 36% international undergraduate students. Make the University of Navarra a part of your university experience!

Aplicaciones anidadas


Why to choose an exchange at unav

  • Language: Spanish is the second most spoken language in the world.

  • Gastronomy: Gastronomic hub and neighbor to the city with the most Michelin stars per square meter (San Sebastián, 45 minutes from Pamplona).

  • Safety: Pamplona has a very low crime rate and is among the safest cities in Spain.

  • Quality of Life: Navarra is among the regions with the best quality of life in the world and the highest GDP per capita.

  • History: Once a fortress city in the heart of the Kingdom of Navarre, Pamplona is marked by its history and customs.

  • Academic excellence: EQUIS Accredited: 1st and only undergraduate business school in Spain.

  • Student-centered Approach: Personal mentor available & limited class sizes.

  • Internacionality:

    • more than 300 incoming exchange students/ year

    • more than 300 outgoing students/year

    • 36% Undergraduate international students

  • Campus experience

    • 14 faculties

    • Sports Facilities: Soccer, Tennis, Padel, Basketball, and Volleyball courts

    • Contemporary Art Museum: 1st and only University museum in Spain

    • Volunteering: over 136 volunteer opportunities

    • Student Clubs: Case Competition, Big DATA, Marketing …

    • Beautiful Campus: Green Flag Award - Since 2017 awarded as one of the best European green zones since 2017: 113 hectares within 20 minutes walk to the city center.

    • People's experience

    • Do you want to share your experience? send us an email to with a small description and a picture with your best memories of your exchange and we will share it in this space! 


Prepare your stay

  • Previous coursework:

  • Previous coursework: Minimum of two completed semesters at the time of nomination.

  • Language: An official test score must be submitted in the application, or a letter from your University verifying your level. Below are the minimum requirements; however, it is best to have more.

  • Language: An official test score must be submitted in the application, or a letter from your University verifying your level. Below are the minimum requirements; however, it is best to have more.

  • Students must be nominated by their academic coordinator from one of our partner universities.  If your university does not have an exchange agreement with us, please send an email to for more information. 
  • After nominations, students will complete an application.
  • Deadlines:
    Fall Semester deadlines (September-December)
    Nomination deadline: 1st April
    Application deadline: 1st May

    Spring Semester deadlines (January-June)
    Nomination deadline: 15th September
    Application deadline: 15th October


  • Fall

  • Spring

  • Retake exams: Month of June

  • Important considerations:

    • The retake exams for both Fall and Spring semesters take place in June. All exams are in person and the University does not offer online exams.

    • Class attendance is mandatory. 

    • You must be present during the examination period, no exceptions allowed.  

  • You can enroll in business courses taught in English or Spanish. 

  • You have the opportunity to take Spanish language courses.

  • A specific Course Catalog for incoming students is made before the start of the academic year. For reference, please use this past COURSE CATALOG

  • Requirements for the course selection: 
    For taking business classes in English - B2 level
    For taking business classes in Spanish - B2 level
    Academic workload - ECTS
    24 ECTS - Total minimum
    30 ECTS - Total maximum
    18 ECTS - Minimum from the School of Economics & Business
    12 ECTS - Max from outside the School of Economics & Business
    Overlapping schedules are not allowed

Students can rent apartments off campus, and can choose different accommodations depending on their needs (laundry & meal services, etc...). On campus housing is not available for exchange students.

Off-campus options:


During your stay

During the first two weeks of each semester we give you the opportunity to change courses, always according to availability

In the Spanish university system, regulated by the Government of Spain, modules/courses are graded on a scale of 0 to 10 points with the following qualitative equivalence: 

0-4.9: "Fail" (F)
5-5.9: "Pass" (D)
6-6.9: "Satisfactory" (C)
7-8.9: "Good" (B)
9-10: "Very Good" (A)
A special mention (A+), "Matrícula de Honor" may be granted to up to 5% of the students in a group provided they have got a "Very Good" (an A). 

To pass a module/course it is necessary to get at least 5 points.

  • Abbreviations: Cred.: Credits (ECTS), Type: Type of Subject, Acad. Yr.: Academic year, Passed at/by,  Examination (Sit/Re-sit, number), Gr.: Grade.

  • Type of Subject
    MS: Compulsory (Mandatory) Subject, *: Basic, OS: Optional Subject.Passed at/by: UN: Home university, SA: Study period abroad, CH: Valid legal change of curriculum, TS: Transfer of Spanish credits, TE: Transfer of credits for equivalent courses, TR: Transfer of credits for the equivalent study period.

  • Grades: WB: Withdrawal before an exam, WD: Withdrawal during/after an exam, A+: Excellent, A: Very Good, B: Good, C: Satisfactory, D: Pass, F:Fail, TR: Transfer of credits, P: Pass (Pass/Fail).

One credit entails 25-30 hours of work.