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• Position of the University of Navarra in the ranking by the newspaper El Mundo: 1st among private universities.

• Position of the School of Law in the ranking by the newspaper El Mundo (published in May of 2006): 5

• Position of the School of Law among the top five, according to the ranking by the newspaper El Mundo: 2 consecutive years.

• Position of the Master in Business Law according to the ranking by the newspaper El Mundo: 2

• Position of the Master in Business Law among the best in its specialty, according to the ranking by the newspaper El Mundo: 2 consecutive years.

• The School of Law is among the top Spanish universities, in a study of quality performed by three sociologists from the University of Barcelona and Georgetown University (Washington DC). The book is entitled "Excelencia. Calidad de las Universidades españolas" and is published by the Centro de Investigaciones Sociológicas (Madrid, 2001).

• According to the quality ranking published by the Centro de Investigaciones Sociológicas (CIS), 14.9 doctoral dissertations are published each year at the University of Navarra for each 1,000 students, which makes it the top-producing University in Spain.

• The CIS 2001 study emphasized the high number of professors, triple the national average, and in the chapter referring to doctoral studies, the authors highlighted the low number of Ph.D. recipients in Spain. "The University of Navarra is at the top: Navarra is a special case in the organization of doctoral programs, with 89 doctoral students for every thousand total students (2.2 times the Spanish average), with 15 doctoral degrees (4.1 times the Spanish average). 18% of currently-enrolled doctoral students defend their dissertations each year (1.8 times the national average).

• The subsequent ranking, published by Gaceta Universitaria several months later (2001) with updated data, once again situated the University of Navarra as the highest-quality university in Spain.

Data from the 2001 CIS ranking

• Professors per 100 students: 15.6 (national average: 5.4), Position: 1

• Books in library, per student: 42 (national average: 14), Position: 2

• Doctoral students per 1000 students: 14.9 (national average: 3.8), Position: 1

• Graduates per 100 registered students: 21.2 (national average: 11.8), Position: 1

• Doctoral students who finish in four years: 17.4% (national average: 13.2%), Position: 8

• Centers with extended degree programs: 12 (national average: 10), Position: 16

• Index of quality: 8.56 (national average: 3.61), Position: 1

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