United States, California

Established in 1911, Loyola Marymount University is a private university located in one of the best American cities of Los Angeles, California. Programs are offered in various domains like liberal arts, business, communication and fine arts, science and engineering. The programs offered at Loyola Marymount are designed keeping in mind the demands in the current market, which results in high graduate employability. It offers programs in graduate, undergraduate and postgraduate categories. Currently, the university is home to over 7000 students from more than 80 countries, which creates a multi-cultural environment. The university has tie-ups with many universities in different countries. The institute awards scholarships, bursaries and financial aid to deserving students.

Campus Life

Loyola Marymount spreads 142-acre in a bustling city of Los Angeles. There are more than 90 student organizations and clubs on academia and profession, social and service, cross-cultural, special interests and of course religion. The humongous Field House is a shared facility between the campus community and varsity athletes. Other recreational and fitness activities at Cedarville include a climbing wall, disk golf, exercise studio and many more. Furthermore, the university provides services for students like campus security, career counselling, mental health counselling, IT support, international student help desks, medical services, part-time student jobs and residence both on and off campus.

Noted Alumni

Loyola Marymount University helped its student pursue very successful careers in the health care sector. Notable names include Bob Beemer- academy Award Winning sound mixer, best known for his work in Speed, Gladiator, Ray and Dreamgirls; Louis Vitale- priest and peace activist; Jerry Grundhofer- former CEO of US Bancorp, previously ranked as the 2nd highest paid executive in the banking industry; Wilfred Ahe- co-founder of Vons supermarket chain.

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