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Get to know San Sebastian

Spaces and buildings


The UD in San Sebastian is distinctive for its avant garde design and singular architecture set within green areas and a unique arboretum. A five-story building for new classrooms and offices (the Father Arrupe Building) in 1998 was the finishing touch for the original campus project.

In 2005, fitting out the Matteo Ricci Technology Building, the new Library and the head office of the Basque Institute for Competitiveness-Orkestra provided the campus with new and modern facilities.

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In June of 2011, the San Sebastian campus expanded further with the inauguration of three new buildings to address the needs and requirements of the European Higher Education Area, executive education and innovation and entrepreneurship.
This addition made the campus 9,700 square meters larger, increasing its former surface area by a third.

The new buildings are named after three Jesuits from Guipuzcoa. The new lecture halls are named after Patxi Altuna, the new Deusto Business School-Executive Education and Postgraduate Studies Offices in San Sebastian after Dionisio Aranzadi, and Innogune, Innovation and Entrepreneurship Centre after Francisco Gárate. These new infrastructures gave Deusto in San Sebastian a boost and reflect its commitment to the city and Guipuzcoa’s society as a whole.

Visit our campus and city

A campus…

32,000 m2 in the heart of San Sebastian, on the banks of the Urumea river and a short walk from the beach.

Within walking distance from anywhere in the city and a bike lane that makes it easy to get anywhere in this ecological means.

With a bus station close to the campus.

On the banks of the Urumea River

The San Sebastian campus is located on the Paseo de Mundaiz, on the banks of the Urumea River, beside the Cristina-Enea Park. The site covers 32,000 m2, forming part of the city centre which many have called “the most beautiful in the world”.

The seaside, surfing and “pintxos” in the Old City will be part of the spectacular scenery during your university years. There is still much more to discover.

Photo gallery

    Go to Deusto gallery

    How to get here

    The University has private parking and motorcycle parking areas on campus.

    Remodelled facilities

    - Father Altuna Building-Lecture Halls
    - D. Aranzadi Building-Deusto Business School-Executive Education and Postgraduate Studies Offices
    - F. Garate Building-Innogunea
    - Other facilities