- Located in the middle of Navarre, in a valley known as the Cuenca de Pamplona, that links the Pyrenees Mountains with the Ebro valley
- Has a rich historic-artistic heritage with several famous churches dating from the 16th-18th century and other notable architecture
- City is famous worldwide for the San Fermín festival, which includes the running of the bulls
- May 23 to June 19, 2010
- Summer Program
- Program Director: John D. Graham, Dean, IU School of Public and Environmental Affairs
- University of Navarra is the oldest private university in Spain and is currently ranked as the top Spanish university in research and teaching.
- Three cultural excursions to nearby sites
- Optional field trips and tours
- 25 IU Students
- 6 IU Credits
- SPEA-V 450 (SPEA-V 550 for grad students)
- Courses: "Economic Evaluation of Health, Safety, and Environmental Programs in Europe and the United States I & II"
- Courses taught in English and intended for IU and University of Navarra students
- Lectures and seminars; extensive use of case studies
- Instruction by Dean John D. Graham and Dr. Kerry Krutilla, Indiana University, and Professor Maria Segui-Gomez, University of Navarra Medical School
- Single rooms with private bath in Larraona Dormitory, adjacent to campus and a 15 minute walk to the town center of Pamplona. Three meals per day and daily cleaning service included.
Additional Program Informatoin
EligibilityYou may apply if you
- are a current IU undergraduate student, in good standing, in at least your fourth full-time semester of college, and
- have approximately a 2.75 cumulative GPA (preference given to students with 3.0 or above), or
- are a current IU graduate student in good standing, making normal degree process, or a student admitted to a SPEA graduate program for fall 2010.
- Special SPEA scholarships of $2,000 may be available for eligible admitted SPEA undergraduate students with 3.0 or above cumulative GPA. A limited number of $2,000 scholarships are also available to SPEA graduate students. See the SPEA Overseas Education Application form for more information. Copies are available in the program offices and from the SPEA undergraduate programs office, PV240.
- Most IU scholarships, grants and loans are applicable to program costs.
- General information about financial aid and links to additional scholarship opportunities.
Summer 2010: February 15, 2010
IU committee screens applications. Notification of application status sent electronically within 4 weeks of application deadline.
IU committee screens applications.
Notification of application status sent electronically within 4 weeks of application deadline.
Fee paid to IU (tuition, housing, meals, three excursions, health insurance)
- Indiana resident undergraduates: $3,700
- Non-resident undergraduates: $5,300
- Indiana resident graduate students: $4,100
- Non-resident graduate students: $6,300
International airfare: $1,000 See undergraduate IU Fee Sheet or graduate IU Fee Sheet for additional cost and payment details.
Personal expenses and vacation travel additional. Initial, non-refundable, pre-payment due March 8, 2010.
Personal expenses and vacation travel additional.
Initial, non-refundable, pre-payment due March 8, 2010.