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Question 1: After the ________, political controversy has not left the university.
Spanish transition to democracySpainSpanish StateMid-19th-century Spain

Question 2: It has campuses over the three provinces of the autonomous community; in Leioa, ________, Portugalete and Barakaldo, in Biscay, San Sebastian and Eibar in Guipuscoa, and in Vitoria-Gasteiz, in Araba.
MungiaBilbaoDurango, BiscayGetxo

Question 3: The University of the Basque Country (Basque - Euskal Herriko Unibertsitatea; Spanish - Universidad del País Vasco) is the only public university in the Basque Country, in Northern ________.

Question 4: One can study 43% of the courses in the ________.
ErromintxelaCatalan languageBasque languageSpanish language

Question 5: As in the case of the Somosaguas campus of the ________, the dictatorial authorities wanted to keep the rebellious students away from urban areas..
National and Kapodistrian University of AthensUniversity of ÉvoraAveiro UniversityComplutense University of Madrid

Question 6: The first of these opened its doors in ________ in 1938, largely thanks to the zeal of the Basque president (lehendakari) at the time, José Antonio Aguirre, an alumnus of the University of Deusto.
BarakaldoGetxoDurango, BiscayBilbao

Question 7: The Engineering School of Bilbao and the University of Deusto hold yearly rowing competitions on the Estuary of Bilbao, inspired by the ________.
The Championship CourseThe Boat RaceRiver ThamesRowing (sport)

Question 8: As of 2005, 78 different degrees are offered, and the university's 48,000 ________ can choose from more than 1,300 subjects of study.
CollegeHigh schoolStudentPreschool education

Question 9: Its motto is a Basque-language verse Eman ta zabal zazu ("Give and distribute [the fruit]"), from ________, a Basque anthem from the 19th century.
Gernikako ArbolaBasque languageBasque Country (autonomous community)Basque Country (greater region)

Question 10: The northwest of the Basque region mostly sided with the Republican movement at this time, earning the wrath of General ________.
Francisco FrancoJosé Luis Rodríguez ZapateroJosé María AznarSpanish State

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