Join Webster this Academic Year

Start Dates

There are still opportunities to start studying at Webster University Geneva this academic year, especially for university transfer students and for master programs.

Webster's 16-week semester includes half-semester (term) course options.  While most first-time freshmen begin studies at 'back to school' season, Webster also has a "Spring 2 Term" in March, for transfer students from other universities.  Webster also offers 8-week summer courses (beginning at the end of May through mid- July) that count directly toward degree requirements.

The best way get started is to create an online application account, which you can revisit until you're ready to submit.  We recommend you submit your application with your motivation statement, but your other supporting documents can be sent once your online form is submitted.

Undergraduate (Bachelor Degree)

If you believe that you meet our eligibility for admission, please feel free to contact us to be guided through the simple application process.  To begin quickly, you can email us a copy or photo of your most recent high school transcript, or call us on the number below.

If you wish to transfer from another university to Webster Geneva, we can coach you about your transfer credits if you send us a copy of your university record.


New Undergraduate or Transfer Students please contact:

Leonie Liengme

+41 22 959 8018



New Undergraduate Students please contact:

Florencia Canessa Sicardi

+41 22 959 8011


Graduate (Master Degree)

Graduate courses are generally offered in the evenings, and are open to international and local participants (full or part-time). We can advise you about professional relevance, financing, and degree options based on your program of interest and goals. To determine your eligibility to join in late August or mid-October this year, please contact us today:


Jessica Geer

+41 22 959 8016


Visit the Campus

Webster University Geneva occupies a spacious American style campus with a panoramic view of Lake Geneva and the Alps. Studying in Switzerland means there is a wealth of learning and cultural opportunities at your doorstep.
You can visit the campus at any time of the year. Arrange a personalized tour with our admissions office staff who will explain the  application process and the advantages of a degree from an accredited American University.


Webster Geneva Evening Campus