Loyola University Chicago

Quinlan School of Business

Study Abroad

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Through study abroad courses, students explore different cultures, form new relationships, and hone their international commerce knowledge and skills.

These intensive courses are offered in international settings and earn full academic credit. Classes are taught by Quinlan's top professors in a variety of disciplines.

Summer 2018 Offerings

  • Study in Bilbao, Spain with Prof. Amy Kyhos. Take International Management in Bilbao, Spain through the USAC Program with Amy Kyhos. This course is the equivalent of Management 315 at Quinlan (Management 201 is the prerequisite). To preview the course information, see Session II. For more course details and dates, please email Amy Kyhos (akyhos@luc.edu) or visit her in Schreiber 716 (office). To enroll, students will utilize the Office of International Programs Study Abroad process and the deadline is March 15. For questions about the Office of International Programs, please email Jacob Schoofs
  • Study in Lüneburg, Germany with Dr. Nancy Landrum. Take Sustainable Business Management in Lüneburg, Germany through the USAC Program with Dr. Nancy Landrum. This course is designed to introduce students to the emerging field of sustainability in business and the growing focus on the social, environmental, and economic performance of businesses. The course presents the scientific, moral, and business cases for adopting sustainability.  Offered in Lüneburg, Germany as a summer abroad study program.  Prerequisites: UCSF 137 or ENVS 137; MGMT 201 for Quinlan students. To enroll, students will utilize the Office of International Programs Study Abroad process and the deadline is April 1. For questions about the Office of International Programs, please email Jacob Schoofs
  • Study at JFRC with Professor Kevin Lee. Take Introductory Accounting (ACCT 201) in Rome with Prof. Kevin Lee. This course will take place over a 6 week session, and emphasizes the development and reporting of accounting information for use by investors, creditors, and others. To enroll, students will utilize the Office of International Programs Study Abroad process and the deadline is March 16. For questions about the Office of International Programs, please email Jacob Schoofs.

More Information

For information about other summer study abroad opportunities through Loyola University Chicago, visit the Study Abroad webpage.

Also visit the The Beijing Center for Chinese Studies and the John Felice Rome Center.