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.

History[edit]

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.

Campuses[edit]

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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