At Loyola, there are lots of ways to study abroad—you can select one of Loyola's international programs, an exchange program, an affiliation, or a summer program. Some programs are more competitive than others. Some are designed for specific majors.
In some programs, courses are taught in English—in others, you'll take courses in the local language. And wherever you decide to study, all of our international programs require strong academics and a willing attitude. 61% of Loyola students study abroad (most of those during junior year), and no matter where you go—be it Bangkok or Paris, Madrid or San Salvador—your experience will transform your point of view.Learn more at loyola.edu/internationalprograms