The Faculty of Humanities and Education Sciences will have 409 new undergraduates this year
This academic year, we will offer a new degree in Bilbao: Global Digital Humanities (GDH). The Faculty will have 65 more undergraduates than last year.
Of this year’s 409 new students, 335 are in the Early Childhood Education and Primary Education degree programs (204 in the in-person model and 131 in the hybrid model). In the Audiovisual Communication degree program, there are 47 new students, and in the new Global Digital Humanities (GDH) program, we have 27.
Regarding location, Education students will have in-person classes in Eskoriatza, while Audiovisual Communication students will be on the Aretxabaleta campus. GDH students will be housed in the Ensantxe building in Bilbao until Christmas, then will move to the new campus Mondragon University will open in Zorrotzaurre.
Photo: new GDH students.