Webster University – (St. Louis, Missouri)
Webster University, founded in 1915, is a non-profit private university that provides a healthy learning atmosphere to students from all over the world. The university was founded as a women's college by the Loretto Sisters and became one of the first Catholic colleges for women west of the Mississippi River. Today, the College of Arts & Sciences, George Herbert Walker School of Business & Technology, Leigh Gerdine College of Fine Arts, School of Communications, and School of Education provide over 160 undergraduate and graduate degree programmes.

Cost of attendance

International students at Webster University are expected to pay a total of 47,695 USD per year.


Webster University has made on-campus housing mandatory for first-year students. West Hall, Maria Hall, East Hall, Webster Village Apartments, Glen Park Apartments, and Big Bend Apartments are the several residence halls. On-campus accommodation costs between $2,350 to $7,800 per month. Off-campus accommodation costs roughly 1000 to 1500 USD per month on average.

Acceptance rate

The university has a total of 12736 students enrolled. Over 250 new international and study abroad students have registered at Webster University. Webster University admissions are more selective, with a 67 percent acceptance rate.


Webster University includes campuses throughout the United States, Europe, Asia, and Africa. The main campus is located in St. Louis, Missouri, USA. Webster University's campus life is highly lively and engaging. Students can participate in a variety of activities such as Spring Fest, sneak movie previews, and so on. Student Organizations include the American Institute of Graphic Arts, Anime Club, Chainlink Improvo, Chess Club, and more. Students are always recognised for their contributions, whether they be academic or extracurricular. There are several Student Leadership Awards, such as WebsterLEADS, to encourage students to participate in extracurricular activities.


Webster University has been accredited by the Higher Learning Commission (HLC) continuously since 1925. 

Jobs and Placement

The University's alumni network is fairly robust. The Career Centre is quite active in assisting students in finding jobs or internships. The career centre also provides numerous services to students, such as advising, workshops, mock interviews, and more. According to PayScale, the average median pay of Webster graduates is $42,300 USD. Even after two years, 90 percent of graduates are working, and after six years, 89 percent are employed. The median pay of graduates after two years is 33,700 USD per year, whereas the median salary of graduates after six years is 42,300 USD per year.

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