Technical Program

The program on Bioethics takes place in Pamplona and it is given through English by experts from the respective fields on which the contents are based.

ESPA together with the Engineering Association of Navarra is responsible for the organization and running of the Bioethics program. This program is aimed at University students who are interested in international bioethical perspectives.

This 5 week program will offer two courses: the first one, International Study in Bioethics and the second course offers immersive language and cultural lectures on Spain and Spanish culture. Both courses are combined numerous tours and day trips to local and regional sites.

More Info Contact:

Noel Quinlivan
Parque Tomás Caballero, 2
6ª Planta – Oficina 1
31006 Pamplona (Navarra) – SPAIN
+34 948 12 63 29 / + 34 615 569593

  • Biomedical and health care policy in the world.
  • Ethical issues in a global contest.
  • 90 hours of training in areas related to Bioethics and Spanish Language and Culture.
  • Cultural and technical visits; farewell dinner.
  • Transport to and from the site visits.
  • Accomodation.

Dates: 13th May to 16th June 2018


ESPA together with the Engineering Association of Navarre is responsible for the organization and running of the Renewable Energies program in Pamplona. This program is aimed at University students who are interested in aspects related to Renewable Energies.

Here in Navarre this has been a central part of policy for the last 25 years and proof of it is the use of renewable energies, the recovery of rivers and forests and the careful use of energy. These have been part of public policy for many years and now Navarre is reaping the benefits of this policy.


Pamplona is a medium sized city in the North of Spain not far from the French border. It has a population of around 195000 inhabitants and is famous for its world renowned San Fermin Festival where the bulls run through the streets. This festival was made famous by the Nobel Prize winning American Author Ernest Hemingway in his book “The Sun Also Rises”. The festival brings around a million people to the city during its eight days duration.

Pamplona is part of the Way of St. James, the ancient route to Santiago de Compostela.

Pamplona is the capital of the Autonomous Region of Navarra, one of the regions that make up present day Spain. It was a powerful Kingdom in the middle ages stretching way into France.

Nowadays it is one of the economic motors of the Spanish economy with a special focus on Renewable Energies, Bio-Medicine, the Car Industry and the Agro-Industry sector.