Loyola University Maryland

International Programs

DIS - Study Abroad in Scandinavia, Stockholm, Sweden

Contact: Naomi Githae, ngithae@loyola.edu / 410-617-2920
School: DIS - Study Abroad in Scandinavia
Course Equivalences   


DIS Stockholm is housed at The Royal College of Music (KMH )
DIS is designed for American students in their third year of college
All courses are taught in English by local practitioners and professors


Sweden is a Scandinavian nation and largest country in Northern Europe 
It is bordered by Norway to the West and North and Finland to the East and is connected to Denmark to the Southwest by a bridge tunnel.
Sweden has a population of about 9.995 million; Stockholm has 2.4 Million
Stockholm, is the capital of Sweden, made up of 14 islands and more than 50 bridges 
Currency used is the Swedish krona


Students must have at least a 3.0 cumulative GPA to be considered.
Courses are worth 3 credits.
Academic areas best served: Biology, Communications, Economics, Psychology, Sociology
Study tours and field study visits are part of the academics.


All housing is between 15- 70 minutes away from DIS
DIS offers several housing options: homestay, Residential, Community, Living & Learning Community, and Folkhögskola
You can read more about DIS housing on https://disabroad.org/stockholm/semester/housing-options/

Program Dates

Fall: late August–December
Spring: mid January–late May

*Airfare is not included with this program.


Application Requirements
All applications are due by 11:59 pm  on the second  Wednesday after Thanksgiving break of the sophomore year for both Spring and Fall semesters to study in the junior year.
A completed application through Terra Dotta website includes a study abroad application, course form and an essay.

Loyola students pose in front of Christ Church Cathedral in downtown Montreal
Academic Opportunities

Montreal Study Tour

Loyola’s French students get the opportunity to explore Montreal during an international weekend excursion.