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Loyola Intensive English Program
LIEP’s customized curriculum,
small classes, and highly-
skilled instructors make this
program unique in the region,
and our location in world-
famous New Orleans provides
an unmatchable immersion
personal growth, critical
thinking, and creativity are at
the center of all LIEP classes.
Students are encouraged to
use the tools and skills they
develop here to guide them into
the future of their academic,
professional, and personal lives.
POSSIBLY IN the world.
One of the reasons New
Orleans is so special is its
intercultural history. LIEP
celebrates the diversity of
New Orleans by including
local festivals, music,
food, and history into our
If you love jazz music,
festivals, food, architecture,
or history, New Orleans is a
must-see city for you!
Loyola University New Orleans was
established in beautiful Uptown
New Orleans in 1912.
The university is consistently
ranked highly in academic quality,
diversity, and dedication to
As a Jesuit university, Loyola New
Orleans celebrates the potential of
all students, encourages excellence,
and commits itself to justice.
Loyola’s business and law schools
are renowned, and the university
offers exceptional programs in Mass
Communications, Biology, Sociology,
Counseling, Literature, and Music
Industry, including the US’s first
ever Urban Music program.
As a student at LIEP, you are
considered a member of the Loyola
University New Orleans community!
As such, you can visit any campus
facilities, including the cafeterias,
library, shuttle buses, and student
events! You are also a member of
the Loyola New Orleans Rec Center,
where you can take fitness classes,
or use the pool, weight room, track,
basketball courts, and sauna!
Student life on campus is safe and
comfortable. Living in the residence
halls is a great way to improve your
English quickly and also become a
part of the Loyola community.
LIEP classes are small, to ensure you have very
good time and attention from your teachers.
LIEP teachers all have multiple years of
experience and Masters Degrees.
Classes are offered at the Intermediate and
Advanced level. Contact us if you want to
arrange a personal language evaluation with our
Institutional TOEFL is given 3 times a year, in
May, July, and December. The scores from this
test may be used in place of other test scores for
admission to Loyola University.
All LIEP students also work with a personal
tutor two hours per week to improve their
English. Tutors are US university students with
interests in culture, travel, business, and music.
They can help you feel at home in your campus
life and also assist you with your assignments!
LIEP’s schedule keeps you working hard on
your English, but also allows free time to explore
In the summer, LIEP welcomes groups
of high school students to enjoy an
immersive 2-week language and
Students and their chaperones live on
campus, and all meals and excursions
are arranged to ensure a one of a kind
• 30 Hours of English Class!• Plantation Tour!• Swamp Tour!• French Quarter Tour!• Cooking Lessons!• Gym Classes!• Museums!• Shopping!
LIEP has regular Full and Half-Semester
Sessions in the Fall and Spring. Summer
classes are offered for 8 or 4-week
Fall: August – DecemberFall 1: August – OctoberFall 2: October – DecemberSpring: January – MaySpring 1: January – MarchSpring 2: March – May
The prices listed are for Full-time study
(20 hours per week plus 2 hours per week
private tutoring). Part-time study options are
available as well.
Fall or Spring Semester (15 Weeks): $4750Half Semester (7-8 Weeks): $23754-Week Summer Session: $1188
Housing and Meal Plans
It is possible for LIEP students to live
in Loyola University Residence Halls.
There are double rooms (with US
roommates), single rooms (limited) and
Meal plans allow you to enjoy your
meals in Loyola’s Orleans Room
cafeteria or in many restaurants on and
See specific dates for your session here!
Take a tour of the residence hall!
Here are some options!
Music, Food, and Festivals
It’s easy to visit New Orleans’ many historic
neighborhoods and famous landmarks on the
streetcar! It stops directly in front of campus and
travels through the beautiful Garden District to the
French Quarter – the most famous New Orleans’
Hear live musicians in restaurants or on the street
every day of the week!
Take in a Mardi Gras parade (or several)!See the New Orleans’ Saints play football at the
Superdome! Or our NBA team, the Pelicans, play
Take a tour or just walk around with a camera! The
French Quarter is one of the oldest, most romantic,
most mysterious, and most unique places in all of
the United States!
Enjoy the delightful cuisine of New Orleans! From
fine dining with celebrity chefs to small, family
owned cafés, you will never be disappointed with
the food culture of the city!
Loyola Intensive English Program6363 St Charles AvenueCampus Box 205New Orleans, Louisiana 70118
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