Welcome prospective exchange students! We are excited that you are visiting our website with hopes of attending Loyola University Maryland. Loyola only accepts exchange students from its exchange partner institutions. If you are a student at one of these universities, please contact your International Office to find out if you are eligible to apply to Loyola's exchange program. Once you have received approval through your home institution, you can then begin the application process with Loyola. The exchange coordinator at your home university will work with you to complete this process.
- Fall semester (late August through mid-December) and year: All documents must be submitted by March 8.
- Spring semester (early January – mid-May): October 17
- Please note, if you are applying to be a year-long exchange student, follow the deadline for the semester that you intend to begin your program at Loyola (for example, if your intended first semester will begin in the Fall, you will follow the deadline for Fall Semester applicants).
Application Requirements - Prospective Applicants should review this link to reference application requirements and instructions to be completed before they can be considered for admission to Loyola University Maryland.
Admission requirements must be submitted by 11:59pm EST October 16th, 2022 to be considered for Spring 2023 admission as the electronic portal will automatically close at this time.
Admission to Loyola University Maryland is not confirmed until a prospective applicant receives admission information/ a decision from the Office of International Student Services (OISS) indicating their admission to Loyola is confirmed.
Students interested in studying abroad at Loyola University Maryland should have a suggested GPA of 3.0 or higher; students with GPAs lower than 3.0 are encouraged to provide insight to their academic goals in their Application for Exchange Student in the Application Portal.
Please note, financial documentation must be current and dated within the last 3 months.
How to Apply
Applicants should clickhere for instructions on applying for exchange student admission to Loyola University Maryland.
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