Degree in Business Administration and Management by Mondragon Unibertsitatea
Oñati, Bidasoa, Bilbao
Basque, Spanish, English
The new facilities of the faculty are located in a modern building, of 8.200 square metres, which is fully functional, with a wide aspect, very bright and without structural barriers. It comprises teaching classrooms, computer rooms, meeting rooms, offices for academic, administration and services staff, rest areas, cafeteria and places to gather your strength and to meet the people with whom you share space in this modern building. The facilities are completed by a spacious and light library, rooms for team working, a reading room, quiet room, media library, as well as a large auditorium with capacity for 250 people, that can be used for a variety of different types of activity. The campus also has a large parking area.
This is located in a beautiful french-style Palace, complemented by a modern annex. The facilities have some 1,500 square metres. which combine the beauty of the Palace with the functionality, spaciousness and lightness of the rooms and spaces. It also comprises teaching classrooms, computer rooms, meeting rooms, offices for academic, administration and services staff, rest areas, and places to gather your strength and to meet the people with whom you share space in this unique building.
Bilbao Berrikuntza Faktoria
Bilbao Berrikuntza Faktoria is located in the centre of Bilbao and hosts an ecosystem where university students, companies in the incubation process and companies that have started to grow can all interact.
Furthermore, the building has a common meeting space for everybody. The space is called the Dock and moments of creativity, work or leisure can be shared there over breakfast, lunch, coffee or a drink and diverse activities for the Bilbao Berrikuntza Faktoria community or society at large are held there.
Because it's located in the centre of Bilbao, at C/Uribitarte 6, it's easily accessible by public transport (tram or Bilbobus) and there are also car parks nearby in Pío Baroja and Arenal.