Loyola University is a Jesuit university in New Orleans, established by the Society of Jesus in 1912. It offers 60 undergraduate fields and 10 graduate and professional programs. The Loyola Intensive English Program (LIEP) was developed in 1976 with the purpose of delivering high quality English as a second language training (ESL). LIEP is structured to prepare international students to utilize the English language in all settings - academic, professional, and social. The greatest strength of the program is that the language center is small, which ensures an individual approach for each and every student. Besides excellent English language training, LIEP strives to provide a number of opportunities to practice English outside the classroom. Extracurricular programs introduce students to U.S. customs, history, traditions, and holidays, as well as the culture of New Orleans.
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- Language Courses
- Language Courses and Cultural Immersion Programs
6363 St.Charles Avenue, New Orleans, Louisiana, The United States, 70118