Wednesday, February 1, 2023

Webster to pay $95,464 to Department of Education for improperly disbursing financial aid in...

Webster violated Department of Education rules by disbursing financial aid through ineligible programs in the UK, resulting in the cutting of current aid to study abroad students in London.

Webster violates Department of Education regulations, London students lose financial aid

Webster University violated a Department of Education regulation, resulting in Webster London students losing their financial aid, The St. Louis Post Dispatch reported.

Review exposes issues with Webster’s Thailand campus

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

Webster adds new campus in Italy

Webster establishes a new international campus in Florence, Italy in partnership with Kent State University.

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

Finding a balance between studying and traveling

Webster Thailand campus monitors protests for potential effects to Bangkok and Cha-Am campuses

Jon Strauser, a student from Webster’s Webster Groves campus, was notified earlier this week that one of his first classes at Webster’s Cha-Am, Thailand...

Turmoil in Thailand: Protests erupt near Webster University’s Bangkok campus

Tens of thousands of protestors have swarmed outside Thailand Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra’s office in Bangkok, demanding her resignation. The bulk of the protestors, who have been gathering since early November, are two miles away from Webster University’s Bangkok campus.

Geneva campus mourns student

Webster Geneva freshman Abdullah Aljarboa drowns Saturday while swimming in Rhône River.

Webster Ghana campus to open in spring

Webster's newest campus in Accra, Ghana will open in spring and will offer an MBA, MA, and three undergraduate degrees in international business, international relations, and media communications.

Webster’s Ghana campus granted accreditation

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

Webster University Geneva director retires, reflects on international life

Robert Spencer, director at the Webster University Geneva campus retires after 40 years. He will still continue to live an international life in his retirement.

New Study Abroad Opportunities: Oviedo, Spain and Brussels, Belgium

With new partnerships in Belgium and Spain, Webster students will be able to study abroad at two new European locations as soon as spring 2014.

Ghana law says same-sex relationships are criminal

Webster University’s first African campus is also its first campus in an anti-gay country.