Abdullah Koc

I’m an accounting graduate student from Ankara, Turkey. I was drawn to Loyola because of both its international reputation and its location in the vibrant city of Chicago. I really enjoy the global group of friends I’ve made here at Loyola, and I take full advantage of the diversity of the cultures, restaurants, and museums that Chicago has to offer.

The Spring Break:))

The Spring Break:))

April 1st, 2012

After a busy quarter, a small trip is the best thing to recover your mind. America is a great place to travel in and there is a lot of stuff to see. Even if you only have the weekend, you can visit many interesting nearby areas: Wisconsin, Michigan and Indiana. If you have a little […]

International Night at Loyola

February 12th, 2012

Hi everyone! I would like to talk about international night at Loyola. Every year, The Graduate School of Business at Loyola celebrates diversity of cultures by organizing an amazing night called International Night. On that night, Loyola encourages the students to show and introduce their cultures to other students. Every group can open a table […]

Halloween in Chicago

December 18th, 2011

This Halloween was my second Halloween in US. This is amazing tradition for me because we don’t celebrate Halloween in Turkey. Halloween means “day of the dead” and on Halloween people follow some activities such as trick-or-treating (also known as “guising”), attending costume parties, carving jack-o’-lanterns, lighting bonfires, apple bobbing, visiting haunted attractions, playing pranks, […]

Sweet hi from Loyola

October 26th, 2011

My name is Abdullah KOC. I am from Turkey. Previously, I was working in Turkey as an accounting auditor for over ten years for the Ministry of Finance of Turkey. My bachelor degree was Public Administration from Ankara University (Turkey). I chose the MSA degree because it will provide better job opportunities for my future […]