Your Pathway to Loyola University New Orleans
Loyola Bridge Abroad!
Loyola University New Orleans partners with Verto Education and renowned Academic Providers to welcome you to your most thrilling start to college.
How Does it Work?
Travel overseas with fellow incoming Loyola University New Orleans students.
Earn Loyola University-transferable college credit to complete your first semester requirements.
Stay on track to graduate from Loyola University New Orleans on time.
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Loyola University New Orleans and Verto Education’s partnership is founded on the shared commitment to increasing student success in the global marketplace. The Loyola Bridge program offers a select group of Loyola University students the opportunity to start their Loyola University education abroad and still graduate in four years.
Loyola Bridge participants will walk away with much more than incredible memories and transferable credits — gain independence, self-awareness, and global perspective to thrive in college and in life.
Can I Study Abroad?
- Buenos Aires, Argentina
- London, United Kingdom
- Turrialba, Costa Rica
Academic Credits 12-15 college credits
Spring Dates Mid January - Mid May
Tuition $18,000-$25,000 USD
Find your inspiration in Buenos Aires’ vibrant culture, dynamic pace of life, and welcoming people.
Dive into a never-ending list of parks, museums, and restaurants in London’s fast-paced urban environment.
Nestled in the heart of the rainforest, your expansive campus home in Costa Rica is a world of its own. Soak up the “pura vida” lifestyle through classroom teachings and academic excursions to Volcan Turrialba, the BriBri indigenous communty, coffee agricultural farms, and more.
International Leadership Award
(up to $5,000)
529 College Funds
Join us for a deep dive into how a first year abroad works and speak directly with Verto experts.
Following their Verto course registration, students will provide Loyola with their course enrollment to ensure their courses will count towards their intended degree program. While the majority of majors provide students with academic flexibility, there are a select few that are not as flexible with general electives.