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University of Navarre

The University of Navarre is a private pontifical university in Pamplona (Spain) that was founded in 1952 by Josemaría Escrivá de Balaguer (founder of Opus Dei). It has four campuses (Pamplona, San Sebastián, Madrid and Barcelona) and it offers 27 official degrees and more than 300 postgraduate programs. During the time that it has been in active, it has suffered six terrorist attacks with bombs carried out by ETA being the last one the 30 of October 2008.

Its MBA programme has been ranked by The Economist magazine as the best one of the world, and the university has been ranked as the best private university of Spain several times during the last years by the newspapers The Times and El Mundo.

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