Spring 2017 Student Body Profile
The SLU-Madrid student body for Spring 2017 is a multicultural community of 806 students from 56 different countries. The most frequently reported nationalities are the United States (561 students) and Spain (102), followed by Saudi Arabia (17), Morocco (15), Philippines (9), Germany (7), Venezuela (6) and Russia (6). The remaining students are from other countries across Europe, Asia, the Middle East, Africa and the Americas.
The student body is 41% degree-seeking and 59% visiting, with a gender breakdown of 60% female and 40% male. Among degree-seeking students, Business Administration/International Business is the most popular major, with 127 students, followed by Communication (44), Political Science/International Relations (43), Psychology (41), Spanish (24) and Engineering (21).* Forty-nine students are currently pursuing double majors.
This semester, SLU-Madrid is hosting visiting students from 33 different institutions, in addition to 250 students from SLU-St. Louis. Of the 229 non-SLU visiting students, the largest groups are from Loyola University Chicago (31), Loyola Marymount University (27), Lafayette College (21), Marquette University (18) and Gonzaga University (18). Visiting students this semester also bring diversity to SLU-Madrid in terms of nationality, hailing from 20 different countries: Argentina, Austria, Bulgaria, Canada, Colombia, Germany, India, Japan, Kenya, Lebanon, Nepal, Pakistan, Panama, Philippines, Poland, South Africa, Turkey, Ukraine, the U.K. and the U.S.
The complete student body profile is available here.
*Includes double majors.
Source: Academic Advising