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Opus Dei Corporate Works


Asia & the Pacific
Latin America
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Corporate Works of Opus Dei in Europe
A partial listing follows (links are to sites in English or with English pages, unless otherwise specified):

University of Navarra (Pamplona, Spain)

This corporate work of Opus Dei was founded in 1952 by St. Josemaría Escrivá, and now offers 27 official degrees and over 300 postgraduate programs. In addition to the main campus in Pamplona, it has business schools in Madrid and Barcelona and a secretarial college and Engineering School in San Sebastian. The University of Navarra also has a University Hospital which employs around 1,700 professionals and provides treatment for over 100,000 patients every year.

Pontifical University of the Holy Cross (Rome)

The Pontifical University of the Holy Cross realizes the desire of St. Josemaría Escrivá, the founder of Opus Dei, to set up a center for university studies in Rome that would serve the whole Church through broad and thorough research and formation. It has schools of theology, philosophy, canon law and social communications. The University provides generous scholarships to students from developing countries. For information about fund-raising, visit Pontifical University of the Holy Cross Foundation.

Ashwell House (London)

Ashwell is a residence hall for university women, with spiritual activities entrusted to Opus Dei.

Netherhall House

Netherhall is an intercollegiate residence hall for men. This corporate work of Opus Dei recently celebrated its 50th anniversary.

  • IESE Business School (Barcelona, Spain) is the graduate school of management of the University of Navarra. IESE offers MBA, Global Executive MBA, Executive MBA and PhD degrees, as well as executive education programs.

  • Shrine of Our Lady of Torreciudad (Aragon, Spain) Torreciudad is a shrine dedicated to the Blessed Virgin Mary. Devotion to Our Lady of Torreciudad dates back to the eleventh century. The new shrine, built under the guidance of the founder of Opus Dei, St. Josemaría Escriva, was inaugurated on July 7, 1975.

  • Universita Campus Bio-Medico di Roma (Rome)
    This corporate work of Opus Dei offers degree programs in nursing, diet studies, and biomedical engineering.

  • Colegio Irabia (Pamplona, Spain)

  • Centro Elis (Rome, Italy) (Site in Italian)

  • Club Cyara (Madrid, Spain) (Site in Spanish)

  • Residenza Universitaria Monterone (Naples, Italy) (Site in Italian)

  • Club Salces (Madrid, Spain) (Site in Spanish)