Webster University Geneva:
Established in 1978, Webster University Geneva has served students from around the world in search of a first-class higher education and holds institutional accreditation from the Higher Learning Commission (HLC), one of the main regional accreditors and is recognized by both CHEA and the United States Department of Education. This institutional accreditation has allowed Webster students to be accepted after their graduation into top graduate programs in Switzerland and further afield to places like Kings College London, LSE and NYU and many more across Europe, the U.S. and worldwide. Thanks to these accreditations, the degrees delivered by Webster University Geneva are recognized Internationally, including in the U.S.
Career advice, Alumni support, and Internship placement
Webster University in Geneva provides the tools and guidance to get the best possible start in life as an undergraduate or boost student’s networks and strengthen skills further through graduate programs. The University’s highly skilled internship and alumni department’s efforts have resulted in obtaining more internship offers than students available to fill the vast number of positions.
In Geneva since 1978, Webster University’s American-style campus is located in a park-like, secure and tranquil setting, a brief walk from Lake Leman, offering spectacular views of Mont Blanc. On campus, students will discover well-equipped classrooms, a library, computer labs, a cafeteria, and various staff offices (student affairs, academic advising, career services).
Undergraduate and Graduate Programs are available in various fields, including: Business Administration, Computer Science, Finance, Psychology, International Relations, Management, Media Studies, and Photography.
Webster University Geneva can also help families of admitted students to activate the traditional federal student aid programs and/or the use of family 529 (tuition investment) plans, since it is a fully-recognized American institution (with a main campus in St. Louis, USA, est. in 1915).
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