Universidad Loyola Andalucía, located in Seville (Spain), is a Private university. Universidad Loyola Andalucia provides best Jesuit educational tradition and give surety of secured future. The University was founded in 1963 and its establishment was approved in 2011 by the Parliament of Andalusia. University mainly focus on the today’s problems of the world. Creating thought for the best and greatest service of humanity is the mission of University. Student exchanges with top-ranked universities around the world are conducted by Loyola University Andalusia. Universidad Loyola Andalucia offers undergraduate education with an initial list of nine Bachelors degrees. Masters degrees related to all of the nine undergraduate programs plus five doctorates are also offered in Loyola Leadership School. Two campuses come under this university are Campus Palmas Altas in Seville and Campus de Córdoba ETEA in Córdoba. There are three undergraduate schools (Faculty of Economic and Business Sciences, Faculty of Social, Law and Education Sciences, Higher Technical School of Engineering) and two postgraduate schools (Loyola Leadership School, Doctoral School) in Universidad Loyola Andalucia. Universidad Loyola Andalucia has 78 rank among all Spanish universities. In June 2010, Loyola Andalucia University foundation board of five bodies (Trustees, the Chancellor, the University-Society Cooperation Council, the Governing Council of the University and the Rector) formed by company of Jesus to development and fulfill through teaching, research and study of higher education. There are various research departments in the university such as Lines of research, Communication and Education, Law, Economics, Financial Economics and Accounting, International Studies, Humanities and Philosophy, Engineering, Business Management, Quantitative Methods, Psychology. University recently conducted VI Psychology Research Seminar. Mental Health Research on February 24, 2017. They are providing European Grant Callings and National Grant Callings for research and development projects. In 2015, The Loyola-Ferrer Chair of Innovation and Research into Health and Welfare was established. Emma Motrico Martínez is director of research chair.