Biteri hall of residence

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Tel: +34 943 771661



Living in Mondragon: Biteri Hall of residence

MONDRAGON POLYTECHNIC COLLEGE manages the Biteri Hall of Residence, located in the same campus, which apart from offering accommodation services; it has its own educational project, in addition to the academic curricula. This means that cultural activities, artistic activities, sport and leisure activities are held for you in order to enjoy your stay here in Mondragon, and gain experience in working at human relations.



Day by day

Cultural and formative aspects

Several gatherings, lectures and seminars are organized at the Hall of Residence during the year.


Ponente grupo


Artistic aspects

Different artistic aspects are encouraged. Some of them are: photography, dance, theater…

Baile teatro



Sport and leisure aspects

Mondragon Polytechnic College has an offer of cultural activities (conferences, workshops, round tables, etc.) as well as of a wide offer of sports activities and of leisure (cinemas, theatre, museums, sport-centre, excursions, frontons of professional ball ...)

Internal and external competitions are held in pelota (played with a tennis racket), basketball, five-a-side football, handball, volleyball, rugby, and individual sports such as, chess, athletics, winter sports, tennis, table tennis, triathlon … and are available all sorts of sports and activities you could imagine (rock climbing, massage-relaxation, Basque dancing…






Special activities

Visits to enterprises, mountain excursions, Academic Ceremony, Christmas Party, Spring Party, End of course Party, weekend excursions…



Weekend excursions



Academic Ceremony



Spring Party



End of course Party



NGO project at Tindouf, Sahara




Installations and Services

In the Hall of Residence you´ll find a furnished room (single bed, wardrobe, desk, shelf and washbowl). Showers and toilets are shared with the other students. Washing machines and dryers can be used for free.

We have our own Dining Hall; meals (from Monday to Friday) are included on the price, and we have a wide Dining Hall timetable:

Breakfast between 7:00 and 9:00
Lunch between 12:10 and 14:00
Dinner between 20:00 and 21:00

We also have a Social room, TV room, sitting-rooms, newspaper room, music room, WiFi…

Sport facilities such as Gymnasium, Football ground, Basketball and Athletics grounds, fronton… are also available.




The Biteri Hall of Residence is opened between September and July. It is normally closed in Christmas and Easter, always depending on the annual calendar.





2011 - 2012

Daily cost of the rent

(Monday to Friday)

Full Board

Cost of the rent

(per month)


on weekends

36 €

712 €

Note: The Hall of Residence is closed during the week-ends.


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Necesary Documentation for Socrates-Erasmus Students


This documentation will be necessary in order to obtain a place at the Biteri Hall of Residence:


  1. Application form.

  2. A document stating that the student is enrolled at the University of Origin, specifying the period of registration.

  3. Copy of the Passport or the Identity Card in force.

  4. Three photographs.

  5. A copy of the European health card (valid for the hole period you are saying at Mondragon Unibertsitatea)


  6. Accident and third party insurance copies.

  7. Proof of Solvency.



All documents will be sending by postal mail or e-mail to the following address:


Escuela Politécnica Superior de Mondragon Unibertsitatea

Colegio Mayor Biteri

Att. Secretaria

Loramendi, 4 (Apdo. 23)







How to arrive to Mondragon: Means of Transport


The town Mondragon or Arrasate (its Basque name) is in the southwest of the province of Guipuzcoa. 33 kilometres away from Vitoria-Gasteiz, capital city of the Basque Autonomic Community, 55 kilometres from Bilbao, and 80 kilometres from Donostia (San Sebastian).


By Plain: The nearest international airport – Loiu Airport (tel. +34 905505505 is 56 kilometres far from Mondragon, in Loiu (closed to Bilbao). To arrive at our university from the airport, first of all, you have to go to Bilbao (bus timetable at or tel. +34 902 22 22 65).


This trip can be made by taxi or by bus. The bus works from Monday to Friday every 30 minutes, and during the weekend every hour. To make the trip from Bilbao to Mondragon you can take the PESA-LURRALDEBUS bus line (Tel. +34 902101210. )


By Bus: There are different bus lines connecting Mondragon with the 3 capital cities of Basque Country and with other towns in Spain. The company who makes this is Pesa (Tel. +34 902101210.


Termibus (bus Station in Bilbao): Tel. +34 94 4395077.

Bus Station in Vitoria: Tel. +34 945 258400.

Bus Station in San Sebastian: Tel. +34 943 469074


By Train. All three main towns -Bilbao, Vitoria and San Sebastian- offer railway services. If you are interested, please take a look at the main railway operator: or telephone Info Renfe: Tel. +34 902 240202.


Taxi. All authorized taxis clearly display the status of their public service. There is a fixed price for beginning service, plus a fee depending on the time and the area covered, which are regulated by publicly displayed tariffs. All taxis have a taximeter which indicates the amount due. If there are additional fees, these should be displayed to the public. Mondragon Taxi phone number: +34 943 791222.



Other interesting information

Spanish language Courses

Spanish language courses are available for foreign students. For more information contact International Relations Department.

Tel. +34 943 794700 ext. 239 /6233 /




The usual voltage we use is 220 V and 50 cycles. European type electric sockets, with two round pins.



Shops are opened from Monday to Friday from 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. and from 4:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. and on Saturdays from 10:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.

Big stores are opened from 10:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. from Monday to Saturday.


Postal Service & Telephones

The Post Office is opened from Monday to Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.

For more information, please contact Tel. 902 197197 or visit




The 112 telephone provided by the Ertzantza (Autonomous Basque Police) responds to all emergency calls in case of accident, fire or other emergencies.



In the Basque Country, there are two official languages: Euskara (the Basque language) and Spanish. Spanish is spoken by all of the inhabitants. Euskara, which is used in a more limited manner, is the Basque Country's own original language. It is a language whose origins have not been determined and it has no apparent similarity with any of the neighbouring languages. The signs found on roads, in airports, ports, official centres, etc. are often bilingual. Many Basque people also speak French or English.


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