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DIS - Study Abroad in Scandinavia, Stockholm, Sweden

Glass facade of a buildingUniversity

  • 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

Location

  • 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

Stockholm.

Academics

  • 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.

Stockholm harbor.

Housing

  • All housing is between 15-70 minutes away from DIS
  • DIS offers several housing options: homestay, Residential, Community, Living & Learning Community, and Folkhögskola
  • Read more about DIS housing

Program Dates

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

Airfare is not included with this program.

Bridge over water.

Apply

Application Requirements:

  • All applications are due by 11:59 p.m.  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.

 

Contact Us

Phone: 410-617-2910
Office: Humanities 132
Email: international@loyola.edu

Additional contact information

Apply

In order to apply, all students must attend a Study Abroad 101 (Powerpoint) session before the application deadline. The application deadline for all Fall, Spring, and year-long opportunities during academic year 2024-25 is December 11, 2024.

The deadline for opportunities taking place during academic year 2025-26 will be announced during the Spring 2024 semester.

Study Abroad 101 (Powerpoint)