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Society of Jesus
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Abbreviation SJ, Jesuits
Formation 15 August 1534
Type Catholic religious order
Headquarters Church of the Gesu,
Rome, Italy
Superior General Adolfo Nicolás
Key people Ignatius of Loyola — founder
Website sjweb.info

Jesuits have founded and managed a number of institutions, notably universities, which have produced many well-known alumni.

The most prominent of these universities are in the United States where they are organized as the Association of Jesuit Colleges and Universities. In Latin America they are organized in the Asociación de Universidades Confiadas a la Compañía de Jesús en América Latina (Association of Universities Entrusted to the Jesuits in Latin America). Jesuit colleges and universities include (in alphabetical order):

List of Jesuit universities

This list includes four-year colleges & universities operated by Society of Jesus in the world.

Argentina

Belgium

Brazil

Canada

Manitoba

Newfoundland

Nova Scotia

Ontario

Quebec

Saskatchewan

Chile

Colombia

Croatia

Dominican Republic

Ecuador

El Salvador

Germany

Guatemala

India

Andhra Pradesh

Bihar

Gujarat

Karnataka

Kerala

Maharashtra

Orissa

Tamil Nadu

West Bengal

Indonesia

Italy

Japan

Lebanon

Mexico

Baja California

Coahuila

Distrito Federal

Guerrero

Guanajuato

Jalisco

Puebla

Nicaragua

Nigeria

Paraguay

Peru

Philippines

Poland

  • Jesuit University of Philosophy and Education "Ignatianum" in Cracow
  • Pontificial Faculty of Teology "Bobolanum" in Warsaw

Spain

South Korea

United Kingdom

United States

Uruguay

Venezuela

List of Jesuit secondary schools

The Jesuits have also founded and maintain a number of high schools or secondary schools, many of which formed by splitting off of or in association with Jesuit colleges or universities.

Australia

New South Wales

South Australia

Victoria

Austria

Belgium

Bolivia

Brazil

Colégio Santo Inácio, Rio de Janeiro

Canada

Chile

Colombia

Cuba

Ecuador

El Salvador

Egypt

Federated States of Micronesia

France

Germany

Hong Kong

India

Andra Pradesh

Goa

Gujarat

Jharkhand

Kerala

Maharashtra

New Delhi

Tamil Nadu

West Bengal

St. Xavier's Colligate School, Kolkata

St. Xavier's College, Calcutta

St. Xavier's School, Durgapur

St. Xavier's School, Haldia

St. Josephs Darjiling, North Point

St. Xavier's School, Shahebgunj

St. Xavier's School Burdwan

Indonesia

Iraq

  • Baghdad College ([1]) – Confiscated by the Baathist-controlled government in 1969. Currently the school is a government-run institution. Current PM candidates are alums.

Ireland

Italy

Kosovo

Malta

Mexico

Coahuila

Guanajuato

Jalisco

Puebla

Tamaulipas

Nicaragua

  • Colegio Centro América (Central America School) (Managua) - Established in 1916 in the colonial city of Granada, as Colegio Centro America del Sagrado Corazon de Jesus (Central America School of the Sacred Heart of Jesus). Moved to the capital city Managua, where it still stands, in 1967. One of the oldests and most prestigious Private Schools of the country. Well known by its high academic rank. Several renowned writers, philosophers, politicians and businessmen of Nicaraguan history were alumni of the Colegio Centro America.
  • Instituto Loyola (Loyola Institute) (Managua)

Panamá

  • Colegio Javier (Javier Highschool) - One of the oldests and most prestigious Private School of the country. Colegio Javier is well knowed by it high academic rank. Juan Carlos Navarro the current mayor of Panama City is an alumnni of Colegio Javier

Peru

Puerto Rico

Philippines

Portugal

Spain

United Kingdom

England

Scotland

United States

Venezuela

Zimbabwe

See also

External links

  • The Ignatian Wiki - a wiki website with articles on all known Jesuit schools worldwide

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