About the University
The Universidad Loyola Andalucia, created by the Society of Jesus, is the first private Andalusian University, whose mission, faithful to the best Jesuit university tradition, is to train men and women for others, the best people “for” the world. The same as ESADE (1958, Barcelona) and ICADE (1961, Madrid), the Universidad Loyola Andalucia, promoted by ETEA (1963, Córdoba), the former Faculty of Economic and Business Sciences of the Universidad de Cordoba, followed DEUSTO’s University steps (1916, Bilbao) in order to expand Business and Administration Sciences studies all over Spain. Today the Universidad Loyola Andalucia offers a wide range of courses through our Bachelor’s Degrees, not only in business and economics: Business Administration, Law, Communication, Psychology and International Relations, Criminology.
Our Business School, Loyola Leadership School, offers a wide selection of master’s degrees, executive education programs and in house programs focused on a better education, both personal and professional, for people and companies. All this in a multilingual and multicultural environment, supported by Loyola School of Languages, Culture and Communication-Loyola SOL is more than just a School of Languages; it’s also a meeting point of cultures-and also by ETEA Foundation for Development and Cooperation–institution for research, education and action to serve those most in need, with over 25 years of work in Asia, America and Africa.
Our students usually have between 20 and 25 hours of In-class lectures sessions per week. Most of them are lectures in the classroom, sometimes also tutorials, assignments, case studies, practical sessions, etc., depending on the subject and the corresponding lecturer. The student must normally sit for one or two examinations, either written or oral, in every course. Besides, lecturers may decide on other complementary assessment such assignments, problem-solving activities, presentations in class, etc.
Many courses are offered in English each semester, at both the Cordoba and Sevilla campuses.
International students normally stay in shared flats with other students. Students may also stay with a host-family.
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