Deusto Business School is located in Bilbao, Spain. With over 120 years of experience, Deusto aims to become an international reference in the field of business education and the training of future leaders.
Deusto Business School bases its strategy and teaching on three principles. First and foremost, it seeks to train business leaders who are familiar with the digital business environment, committed to working for a fair, sustainable and global economy and, of course, who are creative, innovative and entrepreneurial. In addition, the reputation of the School rests on the excellence of its training of leaders: Deusto’s 100 year old prestige in founded on the quality and professionalism of its education (finances, management control and the fundamentals of management) that has given Spain its very best business leaders. Here is the promotional video of Deusto Business School.
Spain, officially the Kingdom of Spain, is a sovereign state and a member state of the European Union. Spain is a democracy organized in the form of a parliamentary government under a constitutional monarchy. It is a developed country with the 13th largest economy in the world. Widely known for Flamenco music and dance, bull-fights, fantastic beaches and lots of sunshine, Spain has to offer much more than that. It is – and has been for thousands of
years – one of the cultural centers of Europe. It has beautiful cities and towns, offering really old monuments as well as futuristic architecture. Its various regions are all different one to each other, geographically, climatically and even in personality. It is a fascinating country to know and to know more about it.
Bilbao is a municipality and city in Spain, the capital of the province of Biscay in the autonomous community of the Basque Country. The climate in Bilbao is milder than in most other parts of the peninsula, rarely falling below freezing in winter, or rising above 35ºC in
summer. Bilbao is the poster city for successful urban renovation and the spectacular Guggenheim Museum of Art has ushered in an era of international tourism to the area. Bilbao’s extraordinary rebirth has been widely recognized with important international prizes. Getxo is an affluent community popular for its beaches, lively nightlife and diverse cultural activities. It is well connected by bus to the University of the Basque Country campus in Bilbao and to downtown Bilbao by subway and bus.
At the Bilbao campus, you will find the facilities, resources and services you need for your
studies and university life. This student-friendly environment will provide students with study
areas and the chance for hands-on learning while they also enjoy meeting points for more relaxed moments, green areas… The campus is located beside the river and is surrounded by avant-garde buildings designed by the world’s most prestigious architects. Students feel right at home after a few days in Bilbao, especially once they realize that the beaches are just 20 minutes away by underground.
Deusto Business School offers help in finding accommodation on campus in Bilbao and San
Sebastian. You can consult the different types of accommodation on offer and, if you wish, seek
guidance from the University Housing and Reception Service. Find additional information on this link or contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tourist attractions located nearby Bilbao include San Sebastian – also often known as
‘Donostia’, to the east Bilbao and near to the French border, with a bustling port area,
popular theme park and funicular railway; Santander – to the west of Bilbao, known for its rich Roman heritage, 13th-century cathedral, sandy beaches and magnificent central bay; Gatika – a
charming town close to Bilbao, home to the Gorliz y Plencia beaches and a 500-year-old medieval castle; Gernika – a popular town, overflowing with tourist attractions, including the council building of Casa de Juntas de Gernika, and the Santimamine Caves; Durango – a small town known for its famous palace, the Etxezarreta Palace, which houses many important local artifacts and paintings; the town of Balmaseda – just a short trip from Bilbao, featuring an ancient bridge built in the 12th century; and the Puerto Deportivo El Abra Getxo – a lively marina area located in Bilbao’s suburbs, with an array of waterfront restaurants and shops.