Study programme

Official Degree

Bachelor's Degree in Global Digital Humanities - HDG


240 ECTS

4 years


Bilbao AS Fabrik (Zorrozaurre)

Class size

40 Places


Basque, Spanish and English



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Study programme

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In the bachelor’s degree in Global Digital Humanities (HDG) you will work:

  • In teams
  • Without exams
  • By combining different types of knowledge
  • By dialoguing with the environment and prototyping
  • With a personalized plan of study
  • Through active methodologies: real cases, projects based on challenges and experiences, action research

Contents of the Bachelor’s Degree

The bachelor’s degree is organized in two cycles: the first cycle is mainly in Basque (with some Spanish and English as well) and the second cycle is mainly in English.

  • First cycle (1st and 2nd years): Social Innovation. You will have a tutor to accompany you during your studies. At the end of the 1st cycle you will choose your plan of study with your tutor’s help.
  • Second cycle (3rd and 4th years): you will choose one of two key areas:
    1. Global Studies: trains you to become internationalization manager.
    2. Digital Humanities: trains you to become digital transformation manager.


Customize your journey!

Within the track you choose, you can personalize your learning process:



You will choose where to do your internships!


For your EDP, you will respond to a real challenge.


You will agree with your tutor on the knowledge you wish to expand and on how to do it.


You will acquire the necessary skills by carrying out projects

In order to acquire professional experience during your studies, you will work in teams to respond to real projects and challenges.


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Subjects at the Bachelor's degree in Global Digital Humanities


  • BT: Basic Training
  • C: Compulsory
  • OP: Optional
  • FDP: Final Degree Project

Distribution of credits

Basic Training 60 ECTS
Compulsory 84 ECTS
Optional 60 ECTS
External practices 12 ECTS
Final Degree Project 24 ECTS


1st Year of Study

  Subject Type ECTS
PDF Introduction to Psychology C 6
PDF New challenges, new skills for the 21st century C 6
PDF Identities, culture and migrations BT 10
PDF The global economy and distribution of wealth BT 10
PDF Hybrid intelligence C 10
PDF Design for sustainable futures BT 10
PDF Rethinking territory C 8
  Total   60


2nd Year of Study

  Subject Type ECTS
PDF Language and heritage technologies and geolocation C 6
PDF Philosophical and scientific thought in the digital and global society BT 10
PDF Futurescoping BT 8
PDF Organizational culture for societies in flux C 12
PDF Future challenges: digitization and global issues C 6
PDF Education for sustainability C 8
PDF Organization and management of social events C 10
  Total   60



3rd Year of Study

  Subject Type ECTS
PDF Leadership and communication C 6
PDF Intership experience C 12
PDF Lifeplace learning C 6
PDF Community Intervention C 6
  Global Studies Track    
PDF International law and global institutions OP 10
PDF Responsible consumption and production OP 10
PDF Diversity and inequality OP 10
  Digital Humanities Track    
PDF Digital rights and digital citizenship OP 10
PDF IOT (Internet of things) OP 10
PDF Language technologies and ontologies OP 10
  Total   60

In 3rd year, 30 ECTS compulsory + 30 of the track
In 4th year, 30 ECTS compulsory + 30 of the track

4th Year of Study

  Subject Type ECTS
PDF Creation of organizations and entities C 6
PDF Final Degree Project FDP 24
  Global Studies Track    
PDF Human rights and global conflicts OP 10
PDF Shared leadership and social transformation OP 10
PDF Global challenges: Partnerships for the goals OP 10
  Digital Humanities Track    
PDF Leadership and digital transformation OP 10
PDF Data and digital objects modeling OP 10
PDF Spatial technology, smart city and smart citizen OP 10
  Total   60