Webster University Geneva

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The Webster University Geneva is the first international campus of Webster University. It was founded in Geneva in 1978 and today has approximately 600 students from over 90 nations. The annual fee is approximately 25,000 SFr. As usual at American universities, most students live on campus. Students have the opportunity to complete part of their studies in the U.S. or at one of the six international offices in Europe and Asia.

Academic programs

The Webster University Geneva offers several bachelor's and master's degree programs whose diplomas are accredited in the United States, but not in Switzerland. The vast majority of courses are taught in English. The mastery of this language is therefore the marketing authorization.

Bachelor's programs:

  • Bachelor of Arts ( BA) in:
  • International Relations
  • Management
  • Media Communications
  • Psychology
  • Bachelor of Business Administration ( BBA)
  • Bachelor of Science ( BS) in:
  • Business Administration
  • Computer Science
  • Finance

Master's programs:

  • Master of Business Administration (MBA)
  • Master of Arts ( MA) in:
  • Counseling
  • Human Resources Management
  • International Relations
  • Health Care Management ( in French)
  • Human Resources Development ( in French)
  • Management and Leadership
  • Master of Science ( MS) in Finance