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Bachelor degrees at Webster University: part of a global network

A bachelor degree is not only an essential foundation for your career, it's also an invaluable chance to explore the world around you!

With campuses in North America, Europe and Asia, Webster University has been recognized as a leader in international education for more than 100 years.

Webster University is a private, nonprofit, accredited university that offers a balance of arts, sciences and professional undergraduate and graduate degrees, on campus and online.

A personal approach

Webster’s personal approach to learning means that students need not feel lost in a big classroom environment. At Webster class sizes are small, and individual attention ensures that everyone participates in the learning experience.

Thanks to the international staff and student body, students connect with a diverse community of people from around the world. Different points of view and experiences are encountered, and students are encouraged to look beyond their comfort zone.

Flexible degree programs

Webster’s undergraduate programs, based on a liberal arts education, combine theory with practice, providing students with a strong academic base and field experience and ensuring they are better prepared as future professionals.

The university’s professors know what students will encounter after graduation, because they themselves are not only lecturers and teachers, but also working professionals in their area of expertise.

At Webster University in the Netherlands, the flexible degree programs combine academic depth, intellectual breadth and the freedom to explore diverse interests.

Webster University Bachelor Programs

The Bachelor Programs offered at Webster University in the Netherlands are:
 BA in Media Communications
 BA in International Relations
 BA in Psychology
 ABSS/ BA Applied Behavioral and Social Sciences (Dual US/ NL accreditation)
 BA in Management
 BS in Business Administration
 IBMS/BA in International Business Management Studies (Dual US/ NL accreditation)

Learning in the American system

Both the Bachelor of Arts (BA) and Bachelor of Science (BS) degrees are primary university degrees earned in the American system of education.

These undergraduate degrees provide the educational foundation necessary to meet the demands of contemporary society and introduce a range of ideas, including vocational and/or professional options.

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As part of their degree, students are required to complete the Global Citizenship Program, which ensures that every undergraduate emerges with the core competencies for responsible global citizenship in the 21st century.

Webster Worldwide

Webster’s international network of campuses offers you a world of opportunity, with the possiblity to travel as a study abroad or transfer student. Admission to one campus means admission to the Webster Worldwide network, with campuses in:
 The Netherlands, Leiden
 Austria, Vienna
 China, Shanghai, Chengdu, Beijing
 Ghana, Accra
 Switzerland, Geneva
 Thailand, Cha-am, Bangkok
 United Kingdom, London
 USA, Main campus in St.Louis

Bachelor Program 2015 starting dates
 

Term Start date Deadline to apply
 Summer 2015  May 18 April 30
 Fall 2015 August 24 June 30
 Spring 2016 January 11 November 30


Accreditation

Webster University is accredited by the U.S.A.’s Higher Learning Commission and is a member of the North Central Association. The accreditation, awarded in 1925, includes undergraduate and graduate levels at all campuses.

In the Netherlands, the undergraduate management program (dual degree NL–US) is NVAO accredited as a Bachelor of International Business & Management Studies, and the undergraduate psychology program (dual degree NL-US) is NVAO accredited as Bachelor of Applied & Behavioral Sciences.

Learn more

For information or to enroll in a program:
 Visit: Webster University Undergraduate page
 Email: info@webster.nl
 Call: +31 71 516 8000

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