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Earn an accredited American degree at locations in Austria, Netherlands, Greece, Switzerland and United Kingdom


Geneva, Switzerland

Webster University Geneva Campus in the evening timeWebster University Geneva is in the heart of Europe, home to the United Nations and many renowned NGOs, not to mention big-name international corporates. Geneva has a reputation as the city of peace and humanitarianism. The city is also known for its beauty, rich 2,000-year-old history and as a dynamic, modern-day business center.

The Swiss capital was the first international campus for Webster University outside of its St. Louis, Missouri location, established close to 40 years ago. The attractively spacious campus is in park-style grounds in the suburb of Bellevue, just a short train ride from the capital’s center. The campus affords a panoramic view of Lake Geneva and is within walking distance of Lake Leman, as well as having views of Mont Blanc and the Alps. Webster University Geneva campus has many facilities for student activities, including recording and photographic studios, a fitness center and an extensive library, not to mention a cafeteria and student recreational areas.

Ideally situated to explore Europe, the campus is just a five-minute car ride from France and an hour from Italy. Within Switzerland, there are plenty of opportunities for winter sports, such as skiing, and lake activities in the summer. Webster University Geneva promises a real outdoor student life experience, offering the best balance possible with academic studies.

Known for its trade and commerce, Geneva is a cultural hub too with a fascinating old town crammed with historical sites. Geneva is also a richly cosmopolitan city with its own unique energy, attracting students from across the globe looking for an international education in a vibrant part of Europe.

Vienna, Austria

ViennaWebster Vienna Private University is found in the heart of the Austrian capital, one of the most beautiful cities in the world full of historic charm. With a vibrant nightlife and culture, Vienna combines its traditional heritage with a contemporary city ambience promising students an energizing student environment. By the River Danube, the city is renowned for its green spaces and its educational excellence.

The stunning and historical Palais Wenkheim is home to Webster Vienna Private University, which was renovated into a state-of-the-art learning establishment in 2014. In 2016, Webster University celebrated its 35th anniversary in the city. Vienna’s only US university is accredited by the Austrian Accreditation Council and by the Higher Learning Commission in the United States.

Vienna itself has been named as the world’s best place to live for many consecutive years and has also been voted the best city in the world for young people. The international population and global perspective of Webster Vienna Private University combine to create a dynamic educational experience.

A prosperous city, Vienna has a grand reputation as a music capital in Europe with two opera houses and the renowned Vienna Philharmonic.  With a full calendar of events, activities and performances, the city is an exciting place to live and study.

For those who enjoy the outdoor life, Vienna offers a breath of fresh air. With 50% of the city covered with green land, there are many opportunities to be active in the open air with hiking and cycling, as well as boating on the river. 


Leiden and Amsterdam, Netherlands

LeidenWebster University Leiden is close to Amsterdam, where graduate courses are taught at the university, as well as being near to The Hague, home to the UN’s International Court of Justice.  As well as soaking up the historical ambience of Leiden, the beach is just a short 20 minutes away.

The campus at Webster University Leiden attracts students from all over the world, creating a dynamic community. The Canal lets students know what is going on with Webster news and views online. There is an active student council, as well as many clubs to join, from photography to football and even international relations. There are also many student and networking events throughout the year.

Leiden is a buzzing city with cafes, shops, 12 museums and an art gallery; home to one of the world’s most famous artists of all time, Rembrandt. Rich with culture, the charming city has a long history of exploration and cultivating innovative thinking and philosophies. This centuries-old culture of new ideas and education still runs through the contemporary culture of Leiden today, making it a perfect city to feel inspired and study in.

Close to the canal and with lots of cycling and outdoor pursuits, Leiden is a great location for sports, as well as for lovers of the Arts and nature. Leiden is clean, safe and ideal for students who want to be active in a vibrant city with plenty of quaint streets to discover.  The city is not only well-located to visit other areas of Holland but also travel to other destinations in Europe. 


Oxford, United Kingdom

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Athens, Greece

AthensWebster-Athens is situated in the center of a city renowned for its thousands of years of artistic expression, intellectual thought and philosophy, as well as culture and great learning. Just walking about Athens is an incredible experience in itself.

The Athens campus is at the foothills of the Acropolis, surrounded by streets full of restaurants and shops, as well as great archaeological sites. Many museums are within a couple of minutes of the campus, at the Acropolis and also ancient Agora. The National Archaeological Museum is also nearby. 

A modern city, Athens has a well-developed infrastructure, with the metro, tram and buses just a short stroll from the campus. With everything within walking distance, the history and heritage of Greece’s capital can really be experienced. New students at Webster-Athens are taken on an orientation walk to get to know the city and have the opportunity to live in shared apartments in Plaka, an old historical neighborhood in Athens.

With a rich history, Athens is a modern-day metropolis too. Greece itself is positioned where Europe, Asia and Africa meet, giving the country a strong identity and an authentic cosmopolitan flavor. Music, theatre and dance are performed as part of the city’s vibrant cultural calendar, as well as sporting events, art exhibitions and international exhibitions.

There are also opportunities to volunteer and get involved with conservation work such as protecting endangered sea turtles. There is a big emphasis on student life and getting involved in extra-curricular activities. 


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