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Higher Technical School of Agricultural Engineering and Bioscience

The School

Who are we?

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What do we do?

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How we do it?

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The Higher Technical School of Agricultural Engineering and Biosciences is the heir of a top-level researching and teaching tradition in Navarre that goes back hundreds of years. Ever since it started next to UPNA, and the former University School of Agricultural Technical Engineering was included, it has been strengthening and adapting its academic offer to society's demands. Its graduates have become a reference in the sector on a national and international level, and they count on a really high rate of work insertion (80% members of the Social Security system in a position in the same field as their degree one year after finishing their degree).

  • 80 %work in a position in the same field as their degree
  • 1 century training professionals
  • Full training and permanent adaptation to the labour market demands, including internships for every student who is interested, directly managed by the Centre.
  • First Agronomic Engineering school in Spain to obtain the European certification EUR-ACE of the European Network for Accreditation of Engineering Education (ENAEE) for the Degree in Agricultural, Food and Rural Environment Engineering and the Master's degree in Agricultural Engineering.
  • First-rate facilities and experimental fields equipped for research and development of practical lectures.
  • With a clear international focus, it offers a wide range of international stays, subjects in English in all its degrees, and the possibility to participate in development cooperation projects.
  • Active teaching strategies, as well as Service-Learning (SL) and Problem-based Learning (PBL). SL is a pedagogical approach which uses solidarity experience in which lecturers, students and administrative staff work together to meet specific needs of social organisations. These activities, together with other initiatives related to the teaching staff and the ETSIAB degrees, have allowed UPNA to be in 2021 in the 6th position of the world ranking on impact Times Higher Education regarding the United Nations'  Sustainable Development Goal “Zero Hunger”.

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