The University of Deusto (Universidad de Deusto) is a private university, owned by the Scoiety of Jesus. It has campuses in Bilbao and San Sebastián, as well as a business school in Madrid. The University of Deusto was established in 1886. Its location in Bilbao is perfect for students, as Bilbao is the centre of a metropolitan area with over one million inhabitants. The school still values its Christian traditon, in form of fulfilling its role as a Catholic institution that promotes theological reflection in Europen cultural issues. The institution also offers pastoral services to students and staff. Internationalization is important to Universidad de Deusto. Therefore, the school has signed agreements with more than 200 universities across Europe and Latin America. About 1,300 students and 50 professors take part in exchange programmes. The university is also involved in intensive programmes, European programmes and joint curricular drafts at various levels- it participates in cross-border activities, integrated languages and Leaonardo programmes, in order to provide its students with a truly global outlook. Diversity is also another important factor- students from all parts of the world, regardless of religion and background are encouraged to apply. Since 1994, the university has adapted the European credit sytsem, being the first European university to extend the European credits to all of its faculties. The university is made up of six schools and colleges: School of Law, Theological College, College of Engineering, Deusto Business School, College of Psychology and Education, and College of Social and Human Sciences. Graduates of Universidad de Deusto are likely to find employment within a short period of time after graduating. They are well-equipped with the necessary skills and means that are needed become successful in their chosen careers. Speaking of- the alumni network is large, and includes journalists, film makers, politicians and bankers.
They don’t prepare you well for all the money you pay for. Neither the subjects nor the professors are updated at all, except for 2 or 3 professors of the entire degree. The current educational system neither trains nor prepares you, it is a complete scam. Do not study a degree for no reason, dedicate time to yourselves, to think, to try, to fail, to learn… Facilities not enjoyed by constant construction, they charge us the same amount in the midst of a pandemic, in short, a complete disappointment. The only positive? That it is an easy degree, but what is the objective? Take something out of the blue, with little effort and satisfaction, or learn and evolve into something that you really dedicate time and passion to?View more
I was doing a course for the first time in the university and it felt like there was no good organization. Plus when COVID hit us we lost lots of class hours due to doing things online. Although when it comes to classes it was not the best, I did enjoy meeting people and learning new stuff about the audiovisual world. The university is also well connected to the rest of the city, making the movement be easy. Although I was the first promotion of my degree I do hope that with time the classes and stuff that you learn will be better. Overall it was a good experience and there are teachers that are amazing.View more
I have studied psychology in Deusto and I think Deusto is worst than what it seems because it is too expensive for the quality it provides. When I finished the degree I felt that my knowledge was very poor. Besides, there are too many works in group, so your marks will also depend on the members. So, I Will never recommend this university.View more
It is a small and welcoming university, in my grade we were not many, so the classes were very productive and the teachers attended to you individually.
They have a very comfortable library when studying and with work rooms, in the cafeterias you can eat a sandwich or a menu for little money.
During the year in the cloisters you can find different stands of very interesting exhibitions.View more
I studied Computer Engineering in Deusto, I had to go half an hour before 8 in the morning when the classes started because it was impossible to find a place that was not in the last two rows going to the hour, because a single student could reserve entire rows putting papers from the back of the table, nothing could be heard from behind, nor could it be seen because the rows were all at the same level and not at different levels, as is the case in most prestigious faculties and because the professors did not want to use the microphone, teaching was very theoretical and tiresome and you learned rather little not having anything practical until the last courses and rather scarce, they made me compulsorily buy a computer last model the first year of the race with the high cost I had for after barely using it in the first courses, high fees are paid every two months so that teaching would be better, I had to overcome myself because the beginning They were very uphill because of all this I mention.View more
Buena Universidad, aunque no mejor que la pública vasca para ser de tanto pago . El edifico estéticamente muy bonito, con buenas instalaciones deportivas, teatro etc para extraescolares. Profesores un poco de todo como en cualquier universidadView more
Mi experiencia es de hace dos décadas. No se como será ahora pero la formación era muy teórica con muy pocas prácticas. Había profesores muy malos y asignaturas que no aportaban nada. Las instalaciones eran aceptables.View more
Mi experiencia en la Universidad fue muy buena. Tanto el profesorado cómo mis compañeros de promoción me hizo estar muy a gusto allí.
La pega que tuve es que trabajaba al mismo tiempo que estaba estudiando y ello se me hizo un poco duro…
I have spent one year in Deusto and it has been a really good experience. It has a great erasmus program and also good educational system. They give extra outclass help if need and offer private tutorial.View more
A pesar de ser una gran universidad y de prestigio hay algunas asignaturas que sobran claramente y que no he aportan nada para tu vida laboral, al menos en mi caso en la carrera de turismo, faltan mas clases de idiomas y menos teoría.View more