Presence in 6 cities, 5 countries
Webster Vienna Private University is located in the center of the Austrian capital, in the beautiful historical Palais Wenkheim, which was completely renovated and turned into modern learning facilities in 2014. Webster Vienna is the only American university in Austria, and it is accredited both in the United States by the Higher Learning Commission, and in Austria by the Austrian Accreditation Council.
Leiden and Amsterdam, Netherlands
In the Netherlands, Webster’s main campus is situated in the city of Leiden which is a short distance from the important cities of The Hague and Amsterdam. (Webster also offers graduate courses in Amsterdam.) Students can take advantage of the historical sights in and around Leiden, and for those wanting to escape to the seaside, the beaches of the North Sea are only twenty minutes away.
London, United Kingdom
In the United Kingdom, Webster has partnered with Regent’s University London. Because of this unique partnership, study abroad students get to connect with nearly 4,000 students representing 140 countries. The campus is based in Regent’s Park - an island of greenery in one of Europe’s most exciting cities. Regent’s University can help students find on or off-campus housing.
The latest campus to join the university’s network, Webster Athens is located at the foothills of the Acropolis and is within minutes of the ancient Agora, major museums and cultural venues for music, dance and theater. Students can learn first-hand about ancient Greek sites by visiting: Mycenea, Epidavros and Delphi. Webster housing is available to students within the immediate vicinity of the university.
Webster University opened its first campus outside the U.S. in Switzerland in 1978. Webster Geneva is the largest and most international campus in the Webster network with over 510 students from more than 90 countries. The residential campus (for freshmen) overlooks Lake Geneva and the Alps. Webster housing is available for upper classmen and study abroad students downtown.