More than 60 percent of Loyola students participate in the university's extensive study abroad program. Loyola sponsors study abroad opportunities in over 20 countries and also assists students in applying to a variety of external opportunities each year.
Most students go abroad in their junior year, usually for a single semester, although full-year, summer and holiday study tours may also be available. There are study abroad programs taught in English, total immersion programs taught in the native language, or combinations of the two. Loyola has developed study abroad opportunities to accommodate all majors, but you should begin planning for your international study experience as soon as possible, especially if you plan to major in business, math, or science.
News about Study Abroad
Please keep in mind that study abroad information, dates, benefits, and fees are subject to change without notification. You are encouraged to contact the Office of International Programs directly for the most up-to-date information regarding any study abroad programs offered at Loyola.
Alcalá spring (Spain) now offers a brand new student residence option. Homestays are still available but not required.
Congratulations to our Clinton Scholarship recipients Isaiah Diaz ’20, Ryan Lotocki, ’20, Christopher Carangelo, ’20, and Giovanni Borrometi, ’20!
- Leuven, Belgium, is now being offered as a Fall semester, Spring semester, or year-long program. For a closer look at the Leuven program, watch this video!
- New Program in Budapest, Hungary, opening in Fall 2018.
- Amsterdam and Cape Town will only be offered during the Spring semester.
- Service Opportunity in Haiti! Contact the Office of International Programs for more information.