Arzak has a Master in Communication Management from University of Strathclyde, Glasgow as a British Foreign Commonwealth Office Chevening Scholar. The Strathclyde Master of Communications Management (MCM) is a highly respected post-graduate degree aimed at experienced managers working within the global telecommunications industry. MCM aims to provide an in-depth understanding of the dynamics at play in the information and communications (ICT) sector. It places information and communication technologies in their wider context of social and economic development and addresses the interaction between regulation and policy; technology; diffusion and adoption; and markets.

Arzak also hold’s a Master in Computer Sciences and a Bachelor of Science majoring in Information Technology. He is also recipient of various awards and scholarships to attend courses of great distinction and importance such as the prestigious Oxford Media Policy Fellowship, Diplo Foundation Policy Research Course on Internet Governance and ICT Policy Capacity Building Programme and PhD Course in Mediatization Social and Cultural Change from Lillehammer University College in Norway among others.