Summer Study in Geneva, Switzerland

Sara in Interlaken, Switzerland

Photo Credit to : Webster Student Sara Rice

Summer 2017 Schedule (Undergraduate)

  • Starts Monday, May 22, 2017 and ends on Friday, July 7, 2017 (7 weeks)
  • Courses are slightly condensed (offering the same contact hours and credit hours as 8-week courses)
  • Summer Undergraduate Schedule 2017

Summer 2017 Schedule (Graduate)

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For more information regarding Webster University in Geneva, Switzerland, please visit the Geneva campus website at http://www.webster.ch/


College of Fine Arts

Art Appreciation: The History and Art of Rome  (ARHS 1050)

Current Art (ARHS 2200) 

School of Communications

Introduction to Interactive Digital Media (INTM 1600) 

Media Literacy (MEDC 1630)

Digital Basic Photography (PHOT 1010)

School of Business

Principles of Finance (FINC 3210)

Issues in Economics: Doing Business with China (MNGT 3100)

Issues in Management: Global Energy Economy (MNGT 3100)

College of Arts and Science

Perspectives: Dominating Women (ENGL 2110)

The Politics of Peace (POLT 2650) 

Conduct of Foreign Policy (POLT 3310)

Issues in Contemporary Psychology: States of Consciousness, Mindfullness (PSYC 2000)

Topics in Psychology: The Social Brain & Interpersonal Behavior (PSYC 3000)

Introduction to Women and Gender Studies (WGST 1020)

Topics in Advances French Language: L' Art de la Traduction (FREN 3090)

French Civilization: La Recontre du Theatre et de I' Art Contemporian (FREN 3150)

Refugee & Migration Movements (HIST 2360)

Advocary, NGOs & Civil Society (INTL 2610)

GCP Courses

Art Appreciation: The History and Art of Rome  (ARHS 1050)

Current Art (ARHS 2200) 

Perspectives: Dominating Women (ENGL 2110)

Refugee & Migration Movements (HIST 2360)

Media Literacy (MEDC 1630)

Digital Basic Photography (PHOT 1010)

Introduction to Women and Gender Studies (WGST 1020)

 

About Geneva

Spend your summer in Geneva, a world-renowned city in the heart of Europe!

"Unless you decide to work for an organization such as the United Nations, which lies a few kilometers from the Webster Geneva campus, I suspect it could be a long time before you will have a chance to experience such a diversity of colleagues."  --Ron Daniel, Webster Geneva, Academic Director 

    • Geneva is located in the western, French-speaking part of Switzerland, in the center of Europe.  The population of the city of Geneva is 200,000, half of which are non-Swiss who are from all over the world.
    • Geneva has been on the map since Roman times.  Today, the city is home to the United Nations, hundreds of international organizations and countless multi-national corporations.
    • The campus is a five minute drive from France and two hours from Italy.  The cost to fly round-trip from Geneva to most European cities is roughly $100.
    • Summers in Geneva are warm and sunny, allowing you to take full advantage of activities around Lake Geneva and the Alps.  Europe's highest peak, the Mont Blanc, is just a few miles away.
    • Numerous open air concerts and music festivals are held in the Geneva region over the summer (e.g., Caribana Music Festival http://www.caribana-festival.ch/en, Fête de la Musique https://ww.ville-ge.ch/culture/fm/).  Geneva is also home to museums, covering a range of subjects:  http://www.geneva.info/museums/.
    • Most people in Geneva speak several languages including English.  This characteristic, combined with a well developed public transportation system, makes getting around the city extremely easy.