Tuesday, January 31, 2023

Student delegate Natalie Fuller trades Illinois for international

LEIDEN, Netherlands - From Metro-east to far-east, Natalie Fuller traveled to Budapest with the Webster Leiden delegation to take part in a simulated experience to solve diplomatic matters.

Webster introduces Ghana study abroad through two month research program

Professor Danielle MacCartney and ten Webster students were among the first to officially study abroad at Webster's campus in Accra, Ghana.

Webster’s Ghana campus granted accreditation

Webster University’s Ghana Campus was granted accreditation by the Ghana Ministry of Higher Education in July.

Tashkent students report struggles with online classes

Tashkent students struggle with internet connection and staying focused when it comes to online classes. Yet, they know this is what's necessary to keep...

Webster announces new degree offerings in Uzbekistan

Webster is the first U.S. university to offer degree programs in Uzbekistan. On Feb. 4, Webster University and the Ministry of Higher and Secondary Specialized...

Webster Geneva restricts smoking

"It was so prominent that even I picked it up," Webster Geneva student Yasmin Khan said. After previous attempts to go smoke-free, Webster University Geneva...

Review exposes issues with Webster’s Thailand campus

$830,000 to bring Thailand campus ‘to an acceptable standard’

Webster professor partners with Ukrainian volunteers

Volunteers from Vienna NGO YOUkraine were floored when someone showed up to their donation drive with three huge bags of food and hygienic products...

Webster Cup returns to Leiden at international soccer tournament

LEIDEN, Netherlands - Webster soccer teams from three European campuses met in Leiden on Apr. 8 for the 14th annual international soccer tournament. After...

Ukrainian Webster student adjusts to ‘new normal’

For Dariia Sidorova, most days are the same. She goes throughout her day with hardly any electricity, no warmth, no fresh meals, sometimes no...

Uzbekistan student helps thousands of families during COVID-19

Webster master’s student Fazliddin Bakhromov has been volunteering in Tashkent, Uzbekistan during COVID-19. His volunteer work has reached over 30,000 families. Fazliddin Bakhromov has helped...

Study Abroad office ‘cautiously optimisic’ about fall return

Virtually no students were able to study at different campuses during the 2020-2021 academic year. However, Webster is hopeful that Study Abroad options will...

Alex Wilking: Navigating the city of fog, ‘Tardiness does not even exist’

Finding a balance between studying and traveling

How the new Omicron variant affects 2022 study abroad plans

The Office of Study Abroad plans the spring 2022 semester study abroad trips to move forward. Students, however, are wondering if Omicron may change...
On the NPO Radio1 "News and More" bus

Webster students talk Trump in The Netherlands

LEIDEN, Netherlands - The inauguration of Donald Trump made big news in Leiden last week. Dutch broadcaster NPO Radio1 invited three Webster University students to...

New campus to open in Republic of Georgia

The location in Tbilisi, Georgia plans to offer classes for Media Studies, International Relations and Business Administration undergraduate majors, as well as GCP courses....

Leiden students join Amsterdam women’s march

LEIDEN, Netherlands – The recent Women’s March on Washington was organized as a worldwide response to rising far-right rhetoric around the world. Groups of Webster students from the Leiden campus attended the march in Amsterdam.