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Loyola University - New Orleans


With 2,655 undergraduates from all 50 states and over 40 countries, Loyola University in New Orleans is a great place to spend your semester or year abroad. Our faculty consists of highly-qualified experts in their fields who are always available to assist students with their academic endeavors. Loyola's campus is ideal for international students who want to be a part of a close-knit university community.

Deadlines for nomination:
The deadline for application at the International Office of the Law Faculty is 14 January. The course of the procedure will go via the International Office of the Radboud University.

Only one Law student may go on exchange to UNC per semester.

Language Requirements:
If English is not your first language, Loyola recommends one of the following test scores: TOEFL for full admission 79 on the IBT, 213 on the CBT, or 550 on the PBT / TOEFL for Pilot (2 language courses for credit and 2-3 academic courses) 61 on the IBT, 173 on the CBT or 500 on the PBT.

Course information:
All law courses can be found in the Law Course Catalog. Please note: It is only possible to take courses from the Bachelor's phase. The offer in law courses is limited. However, it is possible to choose from a wide range of other courses.

Loyola offers on-campus student accommodation. Read more about accommodation and housing here.

Practical information:
Brochure International students
Information sheet 2020-2021 (doc, 93 kB)

Useful links:
Website Exchange students
Website Law Faculty

Academic calendar:
First semester: mid August - mid December
Second semester: January - July

Finances (on average):
Travel expenses: € 850,- (650-1.000)
Living expenses (rent included): € 1.400,- (800-1.800)
Rent: € 600,- (400-1.000)