Academic  Structure

Loyola strives to be included among the best universities in the world characterized as being small or medium-sized, specialized, having a large number of postgraduate students, a high degree of internationalization in the educational community, a low student-teacher ratio and a strong emphasis on research

For this reason, the University is organized in:


UNDERGRADUATE DEGREES
  • School of Business Sciences and Administration
  • School of Political and Juridical Science
  • School of Human and Social Sciences
  • Superior Technical School of Engineering
  • Departments:
    • Marketing and Market Research
    • Communication and Education
    • Law
    • Economics
    • Financial Economics and Business Accounting
    • International Studies
    • Humanities and Philosophy
    • Mathematics and Engineering
    • Business Organization
    • Psychology
POSTGRADUATE DEGREES (Official Master’s Degrees):

Loyola Leadership School

EXECUTIVE PROGRAMS AND CUSTOM-MADE PROGRAMS

Loyola Executive Education

DOCTORAL STUDIES

School of Doctoral Programs

LANGUAGE STUDIES

Loyola School of Languages, Culture & Communication (Loyola SOL)

RESEARCH INSTITUTIONS

Loyola-Abengoa Research

Loyola International Research Institute in Health and Social Policy

Foundation ETEA