Geneva, Switzerland

Webster University opened its first European campus in Geneva in 1978. Geneva is the historic center of international cooperation. The United Nations, the World Health Organization, the International Labor Organization, the International Red Cross, the World Council of Churches, and many other international organizations are located there.

Since its beginning, the Geneva campus has enrolled full-time students from more than 100 nations. Located in a park-like setting near the village of Bellevue, the international campus life is just seven minutes by train from the center city of Geneva.

The secure and tranquil setting is a brief walk from Lake Leman and affords spectacular views of Mont Blanc.

Campus facilities include classrooms, computer labs, a library, cafeteria and student center, and an on-campus bookstore. The University dedicated the academic buildings in 1992, providing students with a modern and excellent environment for learning. Administrative Offices remain in the lovely historic manor house.

Undergraduate and graduate students can study for a full semester or one 8-week term. Undergraduate courses
are generally taught in 8-week formats, with occasional 16-week courses.

Geneva Campus

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