School of Communications: Graduate International Opportunities

SOC Graduate International Opportunities

School of Communications students can have global learning experiences in the classroom, online, or at one of our international campuses. The opportunities are almost endless. Our student population is diverse. Our faculty bring a world of experience. We prepare students to excel as skilled professionals in a global field of communications.

These campuses offer students the opportunity to continue their media communication studies while participating in life-changing study abroad programs.

Leiden, the Netherlands

• The Leiden campus is located in a historic building on a canal in the center of town.
• From campus, Amsterdam is 30 minutes by train, and The Hague is 20 minutes.

 Geneva, Switzerland

• Webster University in Geneva was founded in 1978
• The presence of the United Nations in Geneva and many corporate representations from around the world have created a multinational community reflected in the student and faculty population at Webster in Geneva.

Bangkok Academic Center,Thailand

• Webster's new Bangkok Academic Center is larger and more modern than the Cha-am campus. The academic center is located  in the heart of Bangkok's business district.

Additional international opportunities for graduate students in the School of Communications will be available soon.