Loyola University Maryland Center at Newcastle University

UNIVERSITY: Loyola University Maryland

PROGRAM NAME: Loyola University Maryland Center at Newcastle University

LOCATION: Newcastle upon Tyne, England

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION: Loyola University Maryland and Newcastle University have expanded their long standing partnership in the establishment of the Loyola University Maryland Center at Newcastle University. Loyola established a relationship with Newcastle University in the mid1990s. Loyola will be offering students from American universities across the US the opportunity to study abroad through The Center beginning spring 2014, allowing American undergraduate students the chance study in the British town, Newcastle upon Tyne. Because students will be studying through Loyola University Maryland, they will receive a Loyola transcript with American credits and grades, making the credits easily transferable to other American universities. This is a fully packaged program that includes Loyola tuition and fees, housing, airfare, and many other program benefits. Newcastle has world-renowned Science/Biomedical Schools as well as excellent Business and Humanities schools. There are about 20,000 students at Newcastle University with an international population of approximately 5,000 students. This program works best for Science majors but is open to students in all degree programs.

PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS: This Loyola Center at Newcastle provides many program benefits. Students have the opportunity to study abroad for the fall semester, spring semester, or a full year. The program includes Loyola tuition and fees for 15 credits for 1 semester and 30 credits for the full year, accommodation, 1 round trip airfare ticket per semester, a full time on-site director, multiple day and overnight trips throughout the UK, 1 weekend trip in Europe for fall semester students only, 1 week long trip in Europe for spring and full year students, celebrations for holidays and other special occasions, and various program sponsored meals. Students are able to take courses both inside and outside of their major.

TYPE: Partially Integrated into a University

DATES: Full year: Mid September-Mid June Fall Semester: Mid September to Mid December Spring Semester: Mid January to mid June

LANGUAGE OF INSTRUCTION: English

ELIGIBILITY: Minimum GPA Requirement: 2.75, No serious disciplinary record, Must be enrolled in a 4 year credited American university, Must be at a junior standing during time abroad, Prepare a 500 word essay explaining why you would like to participate in the program, Provide current official transcript from your home university, Obtain a letter of recommendation from a faculty member

CREDITS: Full Year: 30 US Credits One Semester: 15 US Credits

HOUSING: Students will stay in university self-catered accommodation. Students will live in a 6 bedroom flat which includes their own private bedroom, 2 bathrooms, a full kitchen, and common area.

COST: Please contact Loyola University Maryland’s Office of International Program’s for current costs.

DEADLINE: Spring 2014: October 1, 2013, Fall 2014: April 1, 2014

WHERE TO APPLY: www.loyola.edu/newcastle

LEAD CONTACT: Kaileigh Jolliffe
Newcastle Center Coordinator
email: krjolliffe@loyola.edu
phone: 410-617-5740

WEBSITE: www.loyola.edu/newcastle

PAGE: http://www.jesuiteducationabroad.org/members/submit-program/

Loyola in Leuven, Belgium

PROGRAM NAME: Loyola in Leuven, Belgium
PROGRAM LOCATION: Leuven, Belgium

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION:
Loyola University Maryland offers a program at the Katholieke Universiteit in Leuven (K.U.Leuven). It is the oldest Catholic university in the world and one of the premier academic institutions in the Lowlands. This picturesque, historically rich university, with a vibrant intellectual and social life was founded in 1425. The K.U.Leuven has almost 40,000 students; almost 6,000 of them are internationals. It is world-renowned for Philosophy and Theology, but our students take courses in many other departments as well.
This program is designed to primarily accommodate Humanities, Social Science and some Business majors. All courses are taught in English. All students must take one 3-credit course in Dutch language as well as a European Culture course. Students take their courses at the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven (K.U. Leuven) through PECS, its study abroad Program in European Culture and Society. Continue reading