Live & study as part of a vibrant campus community
On campus, you will be surrounded by a collegial and supportive community that provides individual attention to your academic needs and extra-curricular interests.
Our residential campus is located in a spacious, park-like setting within sight of Lake Geneva and the Alps. On campus, you will discover tech-equipped classrooms, a library, computer labs, a cafeteria and various staff offices, including student affairs, academic advising, andcareer services, to support your whole university experience.
In addition, the Living and Learning Center, which is accessible to those living on campus and to those who commute, includes a student lounge and game area, plus a newly renovated fitness center. It hosts the 'Commons Room' for larger campus events, from panels and guest speakers to events organized by student clubs. Campus traditions include annual events like our Global Thanksgiving (November) and Webster's Got Talent competition (February).
There is a local train station at the foot of campus (Genthod-Bellevue station is 100m from the Residence Hall), with an 8-minute train to Geneva city-center (every 15 minutes).
Our campus tour video and more information about visiting Webster University Geneva can be found here.
Life Beyond the Classroom
On an American-style campus, student life is more than just sitting in class. It is about participating in student activities and assuming leadership opportunities. At Webster, the student community plans and organizes a wide range of events and activities to entertain, inform and challenge you--from social parties, ski trips, and movie nights to official clubs, sports groups and leadership retreats.
There’s something for everyone.
Our Student Services office is focused on providing you with a personalized university experience from the day you arrive on campus to the day you graduate. With our open door policy, you are always welcome to come in with any questions.
The Residential Life Office will assist you during your transition to campus and as you move into our student residences, providing you with comprehensive support in matters related to your visa and insurance, and offering information on medical providers.
Professional counselors will help you to explore your skills, interests and talents. Using this knowledge, you can consider career paths and strategize possible internship options. If your goals include graduate study, we will help you identify quality academic programs.
Life sometimes brings new challenges such as stress, anxiety or homesickness. To help you cope with such issues, Webster provides a free personal counseling service. Our professional counselors offer you confidential help to resolve your challenges.
Webster students engage fully in extra-curricular campus life with club opportunities from football to music. You can join an existing club, or start a new activity with the support of the Student Government Association and the Student Affairs Office.
Our students and faculty work together to organize academic conferences, workshops and forums. By participating in these events, you will have opportunities to strengthen friendships, meet experts and develop an unparalleled professional network.