On the 2nd of July 2002, the Parliament of Navarre passed a Navarrese Law modifying the Law on the Creation of the Public University of Navarre on order to initiate university studies in Tudela.
In compliance with this legislative directive, the Public University of Navarre started academic work in the capital of Navarre’s Ribera region, setting up Master’s in Agro-food Upper Business Management in October 2004. The Specialist in Quality Management course got under way in February 2005 and March saw activities begin in the Classroom of Experience.
The courses in Physiotherapy and Technical Mechanical Industrial Engineering (advanced studies in Industrial Design) began in 2006 at Hospital Reina Sofía and the IES ETI college, provisional sites until the Tudela Campus was opened in the academic year 2008-09.
Basic information on the campus
The facilities on the Tudela Campus were first used in the academic year 2008-2009. The Campus is located alongside the Tarazona road (N-121-C), between the ETI College and the Farm Workers Cooperative.
The teaching block, with a surface area of 2,500 m2, is the main facility on the Campus. It has 15 ordinary classrooms, a cafeteria and canteen, an assembly hall and two lecture theatres. The Physiotherapy and Engineering buildings are located on either side of the main wing. The library adjoins the teaching block. The administration area is on the ground floor. The reading areas and books are located on the first floor, while the study area occupies the top floor.
The Physiotherapy building has a surface area of 1,174 m2. It has two laboratories for practicals, a computer room and teachers’ offices. The Engineering building has a surface area of 3,500 m2 with workshop, laboratories, computer rooms and offices.
The Campus has 350 students in the three years of Physiotherapy (150) and Technical Mechanical Engineering with advanced studies in Industrial Design (80); and the five-year course in the Classroom of Experience (125).