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Semester Abroad in Pamplona, Spain

About AU Business - Exchange Program at University of Navarra in Pamplona, Spain

The College has established an exchange program with Universidad de Navarra (University of Navarra).  The university is located in Pamplona best known for the “running of the bulls” and its medieval surroundings and pre-Christian monuments.  This program offers students the possibility of studying for 1 or 2 semesters at a university consistently ranked as the best private academic institution in Spain with superb schools of international economics and business.  Most courses in the International Business field are in English.

PROGRAM OVERVIEW
University of Navarra is a dynamic university of approximately 13,000 students with a stunning campus in the heart of Pamplona, Spain.  It was awarded the title of Campus of International Excellence by the Spanish Government in 2011 and was voted Spanish university of the year in 2010 by the Institute of Industrial Analysis and Finance.  It is ranked 41st in the world and 17th in Europe according to rankings published in the International Herald Tribune.  More than 14% of the students are from overseas, representing 79 different countries.

For more information: Download the Program Brochure.

Fees and Costs

Auburn students pay Auburn tuition and fees for a full time student equal to 12 hours (based on their residency status).  The student will be enrolled in the “Auburn Exchange Course UNIV 3000” while abroad.  Students will not pay tuition to the host university but may pay other fees and are also responsible for their meals, books, housing, in-country travel expenses, incidental expenses, and airfare.  Auburn students will pay $2 per day for MEDEX Medical Evacuation for the duration of their program abroad.  Students must provide financial documentation indicating sufficient funds for period of stay. 

For suggested budgets for this program, please refer to the Program Brochure.

Apply

Get Started by visiting Auburn Abroad, Office of International Programs!  The recommended first step is to attend an Orientation Session to help you navigate the process of selecting and applying to a study abroad program. During the orientation you will have an opportunity to speak with an Auburn Abroad coordinator or intern about specific questions that you may have in the preliminary planning stages for study abroad. 

If you are ready to apply to this program, please visit the AU Business Exchange Program at University of Navarro in Pamplona, Spain and click the Apply Now button.  

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