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This college at a glance.

500
Students enrolled in this school.
5
Bachelor's programs offered entirely in English.
4
Master's programs offered entirely in English.

Why should I study here?

Webster University Vienna is the Austrian branch of Webster University in St. Louis.

What are the admissions criteria?

The rolling admission period ends on May 1st for students who require a visa.  The online application includes an essay, transcripts, and two recommendation letters. Students from non-anglophone countries must also submit proof of English proficiency. Applicants also need to include a photocopy of their passport. SAT scores are optional.

What is student life like?

Webster's international network of campuses offers you a world of opportunity. You can study at one of our campuses in the United States, Europe, Africa, or Asia, or travel across our network as a study abroad or transfer student. Webster has a unique international network of campuses that offers students the opportunity to do parts of their studies almost anywhere in the world within a single university system. Life at a university is about more than classes, and many community events and activities are organized throughout the academic year. As an American institution, holidays such as Thanksgiving and the Fourth of July are annual highlights at our campus, and all students are invited. Other activities include barbeques, bowling, go-kart races, ski trips, paintball, and much more.

Every year there is also a football tournament among the different Webster campuses in Europe, with Vienna, Geneva, London, and Leiden each taking turns to host the event. In addition, there are several special-interest clubs and events for students to join. The Student Government Association (SGA): an elected student body that organizes events and supports students in their creative and academic endeavors.

Scholarships & Funding

Webster offers a number of merit and need based scholarship opportunities for non-EU students.

Housing options.

Housing is provided and, in most cases, required for 1st and 2nd year students. Housing ranges from 345 euros to 890 euros per month

Dining information

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