- 85Acceptance Rate
- 8Available Programs
- 36540Average Cost
- 88Employment Rate
At Webster University Geneva students will find the best aspects of American education, combined with all the qualities that make Switzerland a premier destination for higher learning and global engagement.
Since 1978, university has welcomed thousands of students from around the globe for a degree program or study abroad - and today, it has upwards of 90 nationalities per year among the student community. At the same time, university's small class sizes will ensure that students receive individual attention from faculty who bring real-world learning into the classroom.
At Webster University Geneva, the concept of an international education becomes reality, as students from about 90 countries per year come together in a community of learners engaged by a globally diverse faculty. On campus, students will not only find a stimulating environment that will prepare them for the future, but students will also join a remarkable network of talented students and alumni.
include successful graduation from an accredited secondary institution with a
diploma program recognized for entry to university-level studies, such as the
U.S. High School Diploma, the French baccalaureate, other European
baccalaureate programs (such as the British GCE Advanced Level, etc), and the
International Baccalaureate. For those
applicants from beyond the U.S., Switzerland or EU system: a secondary diploma
that is recognized for university-level admission from an institution that is
approved by the national/state Ministry of Higher Education.
Minimum of English Proficiency Exams Accepted Score for Admission:
- TOEFL paper-based – (for Bachelor – 550, for Master – 575);
- TOEFL internet based (ibT) – (for Bachelor – 80, for Master – 89);
- IELTS Overall score – (for Bachelor – 6.0, for Master – 6.5);
- Duolingo (online) – (for Bachelor – 120, for Master – 120);
- Versant (Pearson Online) – (for Bachelor – 68, for Master – 68);
- iTEP (online) – (for Bachelor – 3.7, for Master – 3.9);
- E3PT (online) – (for Bachelor – 70, for Master – 70);
- Cambridge English Exam – (for Bachelor – 169, for Master – 176).
Individual scholarship awards range from CHF 5,000 per year (about 15% of annual full-time tuition) up to CHF 17,000 (50% of annual full-time tuition) per year, and are renewable each year provided students maintain the equivalent of a 3.5 Grade Point Average.