Summer Study in Accra, Ghana

The Webster University Ghana Campus opened its classroom on March 2014 and welcomes study abroad students of all majors.  Ghana is one of Africa's most developed countries, performing favorably in indexes of governance, stability, peacefulness, and human development by regional standards. 

Formed from the merger of the British colony of the Gold Coast and the Togoland trust territory, Ghana in 1957 became the first sub-Saharan country in colonial Africa to gain its independence.  The campus is in Accra, Ghana’s capital and largest city with 2.3 million people (metro area has 4 million) on the Gulf of Guinea on the Atlantic Ocean.

You don’t need a particular major to study in Ghana, or even any major at all. The self-discovery that takes place while studying in West Africa will inspire undecided or exploratory students with the direction they’ve been looking for.  All majors are welcome and if you plan ahead and work with an advisor the courses offered will keep you progressing toward your degree on schedule.   All courses are taught in English by highly qualified local and visiting faculty.  Classes meet Monday through Thursday.

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SOCI 2375  Global Social Problems

INTL 3700  International Organizations


INTL 5605  Topics in Comparative Politics

INTL 5890  Terrorism in World Politics

INTL 5540  International Organizations

INTL 5100  Research Methods and Perspectives

MRKT 5980  International Marketing

INTB  Cross-Cultural Management

BUSN 6120  Accounting Theory and Practice