Ghana Student Life | Webster University

Ghana Student Life


Every semester, Webster Ghana Campus welcomes a diverse student population of undergraduates and graduates from Ghana, continental Africa, and the rest of the world. The student community at Webster University Ghana campus is diverse, dynamic and engaged in their classes and beyond.

Study Abroad students not only experience life in Accra but also have an out of town excursion every term to wildlife, heritage or relaxation spots in different parts of the country.  Excursions to sites such as Shai Hills Natural Resource Reserve, Cape-Coast Slave Castle, Elmina Slave Castle, Kakum National Park, Wli Waterfalls, Tafi Atome Monkey Sanctuary and the Akosombo Dam are common. Some students have even organized group overnight trips to cities such as Kumasi, home to the famous Manhyia Palace and kente weaving sites even further up north for up-close experiences with wildlife at Mole National Park and Paga Crocodile Pond.

The student community at Webster Ghana campus  are involved in a range of extracurricular activities. They create and manage clubs based on interest or passion and are also supported by the student affairs office. Some student events include monthly student forums known as Webster Talks, Conversations with Christa (forums with the Campus Director), Obstacle Courses especially the Annual Gorlok Games, Student BBQ, Student Lecture series, Movie Nights, Networking cocktails, SGA Parties, Fitness classes and walks, Global Dance Workshop, Go-Karts and Paintball games, Multicultural Thanksgiving dinners, Holiday parties and many more.  Whatever your interest may be, at Webster Ghana we make that interest a reality.

Adelina Martey is the Student Affairs Coordinator at the Ghana Campus and the main point of contact for study abroad students.