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Webster University, Vienna founded in the U.S. in 1915, Webster University is an American University with a global perspective. The Vienna Campus, Webster Vienna Private University, opened in 1981 and is accredited in the USA and Austria.
The University focuses on excellence in teaching, the joining of theory and practice, small class sizes, and educating students to be lifelong independent learners prepared to participate in increasingly international society.
Webster University, a comprehensive institution, ensures high-quality learning experiences that transform students for global citizenship and individual excellence.
Webster has a unique international network of campuses that offers students the opportunity to do parts of their studies almost anywhere in the world within a single university system. A degree from Webster Vienna is accredited in both the USA and Austria and is recognized everywhere globally.
Webster Vienna Private University understands that transformative learning comes from engaging with more than just academic topics. Through an emphasis on social engagement, Webster seeks to motivate students to lead lives of purpose. Year-round, our students are encouraged to confront social issues and get involved with service both in the community and worldwide. Integrated both within and outside of the classroom, the importance of philanthropy and proper social responsibility is demonstrated through our academic programs, events, and direct community involvement. Through each charitable encounter, students develop greater awareness and reflect on their roles within our global society.
Webster Vienna Private University is located in the beautiful Palais Wenkheim conveniently located in Vienna's second district (Praterstrasse 23), just a few steps away from the city center. Built-in 1826, the neoclassical building features great architectural detailing, both interior, and exterior. The building was completely renovated and transformed into a new site for academic and operational excellence in 2014.
The Admissions team is here to help you with any questions you might have before and during the application process. Our mission is to provide each applicant with sufficient information to make informed choices about your university studies. By learning more about your academic background, goals, and circumstances, we can help you identify the most suitable options at Webster to meet your personal needs and preferences. We can also arrange a campus visit, connect you with academic departments, arrange a trial class, and much more. To meet our admissions staff in person, please feel free to join us at one of our admissions events or contact us for an appointment.
Immerse yourself in a global community as you pursue an internationally recognized graduate degree. Our Master's programs prepare you for a career change and advancement while developing your knowledge in a practical, specialized concentration. A full-time student completes a Master's degree in approximately 14 months. A part-time student can pace the studies over a more extended period to meet the demands of their personal and professional lives.
Webster Vienna Private University's undergraduate programs offer students the best of both worlds: an American liberal arts education that prioritizes faculty mentorship, excellence in teaching and small class size, and a European research university where innovative scholarship sets the standard for academic and intellectual achievement.
Accredited in both Austria and the United States, a Webster education is also a global education. With access to our worldwide network of international campuses, students are prepared to seize the academic, intellectual, and professional opportunities offered by an increasingly globalized world.
Webster's graduate programs are for students who have earned a primary degree at a recognized institution and would like to pursue an internationally recognized graduate degree to further their knowledge and prepare for career advancement.
The graduate degree is the second university diploma and requires an undergraduate university degree (B.A., BS) or the equivalent thereof to be completed before commencing the graduate program.
To accommodate students with full-time work, all graduate courses occur once a week in the evening with exams held on weekends. Students requiring additional flexibility, but still wishing to receive a degree with Austrian and American accreditation, can pursue up to two courses online through our online World Classroom.
Graduate students can pursue a Webster degree entirely online, or mix and match classroom and online courses according to their preferences, interests, and work or family commitments. Webster's online World Classroom allows students to participate in distance learning, while still engaging in regular course discussion and interaction with students from our campuses all over the globe. Each online course meets the same rigorous academic standards as our traditional classroom programs with the convenience of taking classes from home or other locations- 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Master's students interested in attaining both Austrian and U.S. accreditation can take up to 25% of total credit hours that can be used towards online, study abroad or transfer in order to still qualify for Austrian accreditation. There is no limit in order to receive U.S. accreditation.

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