In the campus of Faculty of Humanities and Education in Eskoriatza (Gipuzkoa) the Pre-school and Primary Education degrees are taught; as well as the Masters degree in Teaching Empowerment for the Exercise of the Profession of Compulsory Secondary Education, the Bachillerato/Baccalaureate, Vocational Training and Language Teaching, several Expert Courses and other courses.
The Eskoriatza campus has two buildings: the Dorleta building, which opened in 1976 as Irakasle Eskola, and, alongside it, the historic 17th century San Viator building of San Viator, acquired by the Gizabidea foundation in 1999.
This was inaugurated in Aretxabaleta (Gipuzkoa) in 2013. Audiovisual Communication studies take place here, as well as several Expert Courses and similar. All the facilities are equipped for teaching that above all is practical in nature.
It is a three-floor construction with 2,700 square metres of usable floor space. On the ground floor is reception and general student services; the Great Hall, used to host multiple events and work within teams, a set equipped with the Croma system used in subjects like Actor Direction – and a large study room with wifi.
The first floor has a large computer room equipped with 40 computers, a large classroom, three medium-sized classrooms, and another three small classrooms. On the second and final floor you can find the laboratory used for innovation in communication, the teachers room, the radio studio, the multimedia workshop, the animation suite and eight editing rooms.