Pamplona Campus


Buildings and facilities

Arrosadia campus

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1. Teaching block

The Teaching block, considered the gateway to the campus, consists of 124 class/lecture rooms for theory classes.

The class/lecture rooms are designed to be where students get their first taste of university life, where they spend their first years studying common subjects, before starting specialisation courses in the department buildings.

The Teaching block has a surface area of 26,916 square metres on four floors. Each floor contains three separate teaching blocks.

See the map of the Teaching block

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2. Library

The Library is a large, rectangular building oriented on a North-South axis. It has a spectacular barrel vault with a diameter of twenty metres.

The building is designed as the centre of the University, the reference point around which the campus is articulated.

Library Web site

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3. Cafeteria

The cafeteria lies to the West of the Teaching block. It is a one-storey building with a total surface area of 670 square metres. It also has a 300 square metre open-air terrace facing South. Opened in 1998, it was designed by Javier Torrens and Virginia Turrillas.

There are also cafeterias in the Health Science Building and the El Sario Building.

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4. Los Acebos Building

The Los Acebos Building is located in the Western part of the campus, next to the Teaching block. It has 4,000 square metres in three volumes with a structure of ground floor and two upper storeys.

It is home to the departments of:

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5. Los Madroños Building

The Los Madroños Building is located in the Western part of the campus, at right angles to the Library. It has 4,000 square metres in three volumes with a structure of ground floor and two upper storeys.

It is home to the departments and centres of:

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6. Los Magnolios Building

The Los Magnolios Building is located in the Western part of the campus, next to the Las Encinas Building. It has 4,000 square metres in three volumes with a structure of ground floor and two upper storeys.

It is home to the departments and centres of:

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7. Las Encinas Building

The Las Encinas Building is located in the Western part of the campus, next to the Canteens. It has 5,300 square metres in four volumes with a structure of basement, ground floor and two upper storeys. It houses the Ada Byron Room

It is home to the departments of:

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8. Los Tejos Building

The departmental building Los Tejos, beside the Teaching Block, has a surface area of 8,000 square metres on its ground floor and two upper storeys.

It is home to the departments of:

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9. Los Pinos Building

The departmental building Los Pinos has a surface area of 8,000 square metres on its ground floor and two upper storeys.

It is home to the departments and centres of:

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10. Los Olivos Building

The Los Olivos Building is located in the Eastern part of the campus, parallel to the Library. It has 10,700 square metres in three volumes with a structure of ground floor and two upper storeys.

It is home to the departments and centres of:

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11. Maintenance

The “yellow chimneys” of the Maintenance and General Services Building are clearly visible a long way from the campus. These four high towers rise from this 2,000 square metre building which houses the heating, telephone system and general infrastructures of the Arrosadía campus.

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12. Workshops and Laboratories

The Workshop and Laboratory Building is on the easternmost edge of the campus, beside the road to Tajonar. It has a surface area of 4,800 square metres and has a peculiar “saw-tooth” roof, reminiscent of the outline of an old factory.

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13. Ayanz R&D Centre

The Electronics and Communications R&D&innovation Centre Jerónimo de Ayanz  is the result of the motivation and experience of different research groups at the Public University of Navarre that believe in fruitful collaboration between the University and the world of production. This model of collaboration has been successfully employed with leading companies in the Navarrese business community.

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14 & 15. Canteens and Las Sóforas Building

The canteens are located in the south-eastern part of the campus, next to the Los Magnolios Building. The building is a single-storey construction with a gross surface area of 1,490 square metres, seating 500. The building was designed by Javier Torrens and Virginia Turrillas.

Opened in September 1998, the building houses two canteens, "Los Nogales", seating 360, and "Los Granados", seating 60.

15. Administration and Services

Designed by the architect Luis Felipe Gaztelu, the building is located at the end of the campus next to the Rector’s Office and has a surface area of 3,600 square metres over three floors. It is where the University’s non-teaching, administration and management staff are based and is also the headquarters of the University’s Social Council.

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16. Rectorate

The building has a surface area of 3,726 square metres over a ground and first floor. Among other things, it houses the Rector and Vice-rectors’ offices, and the press room. All these facilities are reached through a grand hall with light from an original central lantern.

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17 & 18. El Sario and Agricultural Practical Facility

Located to the South of the Arrosadía campus, the El Sario Building existed before the University was built. Among other facilities, it houses Lecture room "0", with capacity for 600 people, the venue for academic events, congresses and other scientific meetings.

It houses:

18. Agricultural Practical and Research Facility

The Agricultural Practical and Research Facility is located behind the El Sario Building. It covers just over 200,000 square metres and has been operational since November 1996.
 

This facility is used for practical and research work, and includes a built area of 1,600 square metres with greenhouses, cold chambers, laboratories, a machine storeroom, offices and changing rooms.

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19, 20 & 21. Sports

The Sports office is located at the entrance to the sports facilities and is where everything concerning sports activities at the University is run from: courses and sports clubs, teams and competitions, and free access to the facilities.

20. University Pavilion

The University Pavilion of Navarre, with capacity for 3,000 spectators, is the largest building of its kind in Navarre. It where the professional handball team Portland San Antonio plays its home fixtures and also hosts basketball, indoor football and volleyball matches. The same complex houses an indoor swimming pool (swimming, water polo and sauna), a multipurpose sports hall (climbing, martial arts, aerobics, climbing wall, etc.), a weights room and an indoor fronton (hand pelota, bat pelota, frontenis, etc.).

21. Other facilities

The other sports facilities include an indoor multipurpose sports ground, an outdoor multipurpose sports ground, two indoor and two outdoor tennis courts, three football pitches (grass, artificial grass and sand), a grass rugby pitch and a golf practice area and putting green.

More information: http://www1.unavarra.es/deportes

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22. IDAB

The research-orientated Institute of Agrobiotechnology  is located beyond the Arrosadía campus, near the sports facilities. Founded in July 1999, it is a reference point in agroproductivity and agrohealth.

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23. CITEAN

Located beside the workshops is CITEAN, the Automotive Technological Innovation Centre of Navarre, which provides all-round solutions, from conceptual design and virtual simulation to test lab verification and validation.

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24. University Hall of Residence

The Public University of Navarre has a university hall of residence (Los Abedules)  located on the Arrosadia Campus, near the sports facilities. The hall has room for 250 residents in single rooms with kitchen, single rooms with shared kitchen facilities and double room suites for overnight stays.

The Los Abedules hall of residence provides the following shared facilities: Study rooms, TV and DVD rooms, computer room, modelling room, gym, games room, laundry room, vending service and car park.

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Universidad Pública de Navarra
Campus de Arrosadia
31006 - Pamplona-Iruña
Tel. 948 169000
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