Loyola University Chicago School has not sought or received any authorizations or accreditations to offer online degree programs in any jurisdiction outside the United States and makes no representations in this regard. It is the responsibility of the student to determine the state of the law, the potential validity, recognition, and use of the online degree in the student’s home jurisdiction, and comply with all applicable rules and regulations.
Some countries may not formally recognize foreign online degrees and certificates. If you’re considering enrolling in an online program that leads to a professional license, be sure to contact the appropriate professional licensing board in your country of residence or the country where you intend to work in order to determine whether an online degree or certificate from Loyola University Chicago will be recognized. It is the student’s responsibility to understand all requirements related to whether an online degree or certificate will be recognized in a country other than the United States, how the collection of student data may be used in another country, and whether any taxes (in addition to tuition) may apply.