Webster Leiden Recognized as Top Study Abroad Location

| January 27, 2015
15 faculty and staff members gathered in Leiden, the Netherlands, to learn about leadership, get a deep and grounded understanding of the University and explore trends and challenges in higher education today.

Webster University’s campus in Leiden, the Netherlands, opened in 1983.

Webster University’s campus in Leiden, the Netherlands, has been recognized as a top study abroad location for U.S. students by Best College Reviews. The publication placed Webster Leiden at 20 on its Top 50 list:

Situated in the quaint city of Leiden, the Netherlands, Webster University has an international campus that was established in 1983. Webster students can fulfill academic requirements while discovering the rich history Leiden has to offer. Home to the famous artist Rembrandt, and a center of historical and commercial importance for centuries, this city offers easy access to almost anywhere in Western Europe. Students work closely with professors to reach their academic goals while learning the culture and history of the city and region.

Webster University, with campuses in North America, Europe, Asia and Africa, has been recognized as a leader in international education for more than 35 years. Webster offers full-term study abroad programs in 12 countries around the world, including its international campuses in Geneva, Switzerland; Vienna, Austria; Leiden, the Netherlands; London, U.K.; and Cha-am, Thailand. Recently added study abroad locations include Athens, Greece, and Florence, Italy.

Visit the Study Abroad page for more information on long-term, short-term and partnership programs.

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  1. Carina Engstroem says:

    Congratulations Leiden – I have to visit you one day!