Webster University Geneva

Webster University Geneva is the Swiss campus of Webster University based in St. Louis, Missouri, USA. Founded in 1978, Webster University Geneva was the university’s first international campus and currently has approximately 420 students from 90 countries (220 undergraduate, 115 graduate students, and 85 Study Abroad). Webster University operates as an independent, non-denominational university with nearly 100 campus locations around the world. See List of Webster University Campuses.

Academic Programs

The Geneva Campus offers undergraduate and graduate programs including Bachelors and Master degrees in International Relations, Media Communications, Psychology, Photography, Business Administration, Finance, Computer Science, as well as certificates in International Human Rights, Marketing, Migration & Refugee studies, Website development and design, photojournalism, and “Leadership & Gestion dans le domaine de la Santé” (in French).