Loyola has an international flare
Loyola University Chicago may be located in the United States’ Midwest, but it is truly an international university. Loyola has campuses in three foreign countries and supports study abroad opportunities in a multitude of others. “The university is doing a lot to be more globally aware and present”, said Leticia Nieto, assistant director of undergraduate admissions.
What really makes Loyola an international university is its students. The university’s latest enrollment totals shows the school with 631 international students, hailing from 75 different countries. From the Bahamas to Zimbabwe, students came from countries all across the world. The freshman class of international students is the largest the university has ever had and is nearly double last year’s total, Nieto said.
Click the link below, or the image for an interactive map of foreign countries most popular with Loyola students and fast facts about the nations.