Loyola University of Chicago
Loyola University is a private, urban university with five campuses and more than 150 undergraduate and graduate degree programs. Founded by Jesuits in 1870, today the university is home to 16,000 students from a wide range of religious, ethnic, and economic backgrounds. Loyola has a strong connection to the city of Chicago, evidenced by the many community- and service-based initiatives that directly benefit both the city and the Loyola student body. It is guided by a simple promise to prepare people to lead extraordinary lives.
Loyola University Chicago offers students an unmatched educational experience. The School of Education welcomes graduate applications from international students who have completed a four-year degree or its equivalent. Students from all faiths and backgrounds, with a common purpose of building a better society. The School of Education offers a number of teacher preparation programs for students, including BSEd programs for education majors and BS/MEd programs for science majors. The School also offers minors and special programs for education majors and non-majors. It’s comprehensive teacher preparation programs offer immersive, field-based experiences, coupled with on going collaboration and mentorship through professional learning communities.
Loyola's School of Education (SOE) is located at the Water Tower Campus, 820 N. Michigan Ave., in the heart of Chicago, one of America's most dynamic centers of education and commerce. As Loyola's urban center, the Water Tower Campus connects students to internships, careers and networking opportunities, as well as to the vast social and cultural resources of world-class Chicago.
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