How To Apply

In order to apply for a Webster University Study Abroad program, applicants must meet the following criteria at the time of participation in the program:

Undergraduate Students

  • Earned 15 Semester Credit Hours, (for Webster students, 15 credit hours must be earned at Webster University)
  • Good academic standing (2.0 GPA)
  • Good social standing
  • Good financial standing

Graduate Students

  • Earned 9 semester credit hours (for Webster students, 9 graduate credit hours must be earned at Webster University)
  • Good academic standing (3.0 GPA)
  • Good social standing
  • Good financial standing

Students who do not meet the minimum eligibility requirements at the time of application should submit an additional statement telling when the requirements will be met (must be before program start).


Application Process & Deadlines

Students must submit a completed application to Office of Study Abroad by the deadlines listed below. Once submitted, applications are reviewed and applicants are notified via email of their application status. Please note: Incomplete applications will not be processed or reviewed until all materials have been submitted.

Semester/Term Application Open Deadline
Summer February 1 February 15
Fall March 1 March 15
Spring September 1 September 15

 

Study abroad deadlines are the same each year. OSA starts accepting applications no earlier than 15 days prior to the deadline. If these dates fall on a Saturday or Sunday, the application deadline is the following Monday. Short-term program deadlines vary; please visit the Short-Term page for updates.  

 

 

 


Late Applications

Late applications will be reviewed on a case-by-case basis and acceptance cannot be guaranteed. Late applicants are NOT eligible for the Webster World Traveler Program (free airfare scholarship). If Webster University cannot accommodate your application, your security deposit will be returned to you.  If you are accepted to the program, the security deposit will be held until the successful completion of your program.If you have any additional questions, please contact the Office of Study Abroad.


Note: If you are interested in seeking a degree from a Webster University international campus, please visit International Admissions.