Life at the home campus in St. Louis: Vibrant, spontaneous, diverse. Everyone is welcome. Every culture and interest is a lesson to share on the way to global citizenship.
Founded in 1915 in St. Louis, Webster is the only Tier 1, private, nonprofit university with campus locations on three continents around the world.
Create an undergraduate experience that’s as unique as you are, at a place that offers great programs, personal attention, and global opportunity.
More than 100 academic programs at Webster University are taught by experienced professionals in their respective fields of study.
Webster offers students a global, personalized education. International programs in Europe, the U.S. and Asia provide an American-style global education for a global century.
On three continents, all Webster students have access to classes taught in English by Webster faculty leading to a Webster University degree.
We strive to keep tuition affordable, so a quality education is always within reach. Get one-on-one assistance with one of our financial aid advisors.
Webster's small class sizes and attentive faculty provide a rich, personal educational experience that encourages innovation and self-expression.
Whether it’s a career change or a move up you seek, Webster’s metro adult and evening programs fit your schedule – and your ambition.
Webster does more than offer evening classes – we excel at them. Intriguing programs are tailored to meet your schedule and fit your busy lifestyle.
For the second time in the program's history, the baseball team has advanced to the NCAA III national championship tournament.
Olive Mukabalisa, a survivor of the genocide in Rwanda was recently named the Alumni Association Outstanding Graduate Student.
Congratulations to all of our graduates who attended the May 11, 2013 Commencement ceremony in St. Louis.
Webster University is proud to have had 140 students from the online programs participating in the 2013 Commencement. Students from all over the world took advantage of the flexibility the online programs offer.
Julie McGinnity graduated in May 2013 with a long list of accomplishments. Her work is even more astounding when you learn she was born blind.
Small class sizes provide personal attention to students at Webster University, where the faculty-to-student ratio is 1:9 .
The Study Abroad programs at Webster University are ranked in the Top 2 percent by U.S. News & World Report's "America's Best Colleges 2013."
Webster students are around the world. There are 22,000 students enrolled at Webster University - 5,010 undergraduates and 16,469 graduates.
Diversity is a core value at Webster University. Our student body represents people from 50 states and 148 countries around the world.