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Tecnun

TECNUN Engineering School - University of Navarra
Established 1961
Type Private
President Iñigo Puente Urruzmendi
Students 1489
Undergraduates 1371
Postgraduates 118
Location San Sebastian (Guipuzkoa), Spain
Website //english.es.tecnunwww

The School of Engineering at San Sebastián, commonly known as TECNUN, is the technological campus of the University of Navarra. The School of Engineering offers numerous degrees in engineering at its two campuses in the city of San Sebastián, Spain. The School is currently led by professor Iñigo Puente.

Contents

  • Location 1
    • Location: Ibaeta Campus 1.1
    • Location: Miramón Campus 1.2
  • References 2

Location

Tecnun has two campuses in the Basque city of San Sebastián, one in the Ibaeta neighbourhood and the other campus, which houses the telecommunications department, is located in at the San Sebastián Technology Park in Miramón. Tecnun, along with IESE Business School in Barcelona and Madrid and ISSA in San Sebastián, are the only University of Navarra schools located outside of Pamplona.

Location: Ibaeta Campus

Tecnun's Ibaeta campus has three buildings: the main building (built in 1989), which houses lecture halls and the administration; the CIT building (built in 1967), which houses laboratories; and the multipurpose building, completed in 1996. Additionally, Centro de Estudios e Investigaciones Técnicas de Gipuzkoa (CEIT) has a building on the campus and shares certain installations and resources with Tecnun, such as the library. The CEIT building contains lecture halls, multiple electronics and mechanics laboratories, a cafeteria, meeting rooms and faculty offices. The main building contains administrative offices, faculty offices, two study halls, four computer labs, meeting rooms, a chapel, an audio-visual room, two conference halls and a photocopy centre, among other facilities. The Ibaeta campus has parking, a txoko (gastronomic society), and a cafeteria.

Location: Miramón Campus

Located on Paseo Mikeletegi in the San Sebastián Technology Park in Miramón, this campus opened its doors on March 16, 2006, with the Prince and Princess of Asturias and Viana presiding over the opening ceremony.

This campus is dedicated to the study and technological development of Microelectronics and Telecommunications. The facilities and resources are shared with CEIT.

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