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  • Locations: Baltimore, United States
  • Program Terms: Exchange FY FA/SP, Exchange FY SP/FA, Fall Exchange, Full Year Exchange, Spring Exchange
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  • Restrictions: Non-Loyola applicants only
  • This program is currently not accepting applications.
Fact Sheet:
Fact Sheet:
Language of Instruction: English Housing Options: Dorm
Advisor Assignment: Sunanda Bhatia Semester Available: Fall, Full Year, Spring
Visa Required: Yes
Program Description:
Loyola University, MarylandWelcome to Loyola, students! Loyola University Maryland is home to approximately 4,000 undergraduate students and 2,000 graduate students. The University maintains three campuses in the greater Baltimore metropolitan area. Our Evergreen campus, a traditional residential collegiate campus, is located in Baltimore City and houses all of our undergraduate programs as well as a few graduate programs.  The majority of Loyola’s graduate programs are located at our graduate centers in Timonium, MD (approximately 20 minutes from our Evergreen campus) and Columbia, MD (approximately 45 minutes from our Evergreen campus). 

Loyola’s mission promotes service, diversity, and justice. We are committed to working with the Baltimore community, striving to better our city.  At Loyola, you will have the opportunity to experience the city of Baltimore at the social, cultural, and educational levels. We are also within easy reach of Washington, D.C. (about 1 hour from campus), Philadelphia (1.5 hours), and New York City (3 hours). 

The Office of International Student Services (OISS) at Loyola welcomes you to our community represented by students from 32 countries.  Loyola is committed to promoting international education both on campus and abroad. Every year, we send approximately 64% of our junior class to study overseas.  We take a strong approach to promoting internationalization on our campus by designing our academic programs to give our students a strong sense of the global context in their studies.  The Jesuit mission is fundamentally associated with a global and open-minded vision that highly values the rich cultural and spiritual diversity that characterizes human experience as a whole.  We are striving to build a campus community that reflects perspectives of people from all over the world and promote the need for diversity and internationalization in modern education. 
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