Study abroad offers students of all majors the opportunity to live and study in a foreign country. Eighty-four percent of Loyola undergraduate students study abroad, choosing from a total of 65 programs. Loyola sponsors 15 programs, but there are many exchange and non-Loyola programs which offer academic credit as well. Loyola's Jesuit mission drives the study abroad program, aiming to inspire in students a global and open-minded vision that highly values and respects the rich cultural and spiritual diversity of the world.
Travel to places such as Spain, New Zealand, Thailand, Ireland, and England. Meet other international students and enjoy living in campus-sponsored housing, such as dorms, flats, or apartment complexes. Or, choose a homestay, where you will live with a host family and experience their customs first-hand.
For more information, visit Loyola's office of international programs.