Loyola College of Education, Chennai

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Loyola College
MottoLuceat Lux Vestra
Motto in English
Let your Light Shine
TypeAutonomous
Established1925; 93 years ago (1925)
FounderFrancis Bertram
AffiliationUniversity of Madras
Religious affiliation
Jesuit (Roman Catholic)
PrincipalRev. Dr F.Andrew, S.J.
Location, ,
India
NicknameLoyolite
Websiteloyolacollege.edu

Loyola College, Chennai is an autonomous Jesuit college of the University of Madras. It consistently ranks among the top five institutions in India for degree programmes in commerce, arts, natural sciences and social sciences.[1]

It admits undergraduates and post-graduates and confers degrees in the commerce, sciences and liberal arts. The college is on a 99-acre (400,000 m2) campus in the heart of Chennai, in Nungambakkam.

Loyola Church

Loyola College was founded in 1925 by French Jesuit Francis Bertram.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Top 5". Retrieved 5 April 2017.
  2. ^ "Bertram". Retrieved 5 April 2017.