Loyola University Andalusia

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Loyola University Andalusia
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Type Private, Catholic
Established June 7, 2010; 6 years ago (June 7, 2010)
Location Seville, Spain
Campus Seville and Córdoba
Colors Blue and White
Affiliations Society of Jesus
Website Loyola

Loyola University Andalusia (Spanish: Universidad Loyola Andalucía) is a private university seated in Seville, Spain, and with campuses in Seville and Córdoba, that was established for the 2013-14 academic year. It is a Catholic university run by the Society of Jesus.

The university includes undergraduate education with an initial list of nine Bachelor's degrees to be taught. A graduate school, called Loyola Leadership School, offers master's degrees related to all of the nine undergraduate programs plus five doctorates.[1] Loyola University Andalusia conducts student exchanges with top-ranked universities around the world, among them its partner Loyola University Chicago.


The university originated in ETEA, the Faculty of Economic and Business Sciences of Córdoba, a higher education centre founded in 1963. The establishment of Loyola University Andalusia was approved by the Parliament of Andalusia on 23 November 2011. The first promotion enrolled in 2013.


The university has two campuses: Campus Palmas Altas in Seville and Campus de Córdoba ETEA in Córdoba.

Faculties and schools[edit]

The university contains three undergraduate faculties and schools and two postgraduate schools:

Coordinates: 40°25′20.3″N 3°42′21.26″W / 40.422306°N 3.7059056°W / 40.422306; -3.7059056


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