Webster University Ghana will be taking their seasonal admissions events for prospective undergraduate and graduate students online.

The event lineup includes a virtual online Grad Information Session on Thursday, April 23rd and an online Open House for prospective undergraduates on Thursday, April 30th.

College-bound teenagers, potential graduate students and parents will have the opportunity to interact with Webster’s esteemed faculty and admissions counselors and learn about the degree programs offered, their exciting student and campus life, and experience the global community of students and faculty. Interested persons may register for either event or call 054 012 0849.

Based in St. Louis, Missouri in the USA – Webster University currently has international campuses in 9 other countries around the world. Their mission centers around transforming students into global citizens ready to achieve personal excellence.

In line with that vision, the university prides itself on an American-style of teaching and learning, small size classrooms and a uniquely robust study abroad program that give students the opportunity to complete their degree in any of the university’s network campuses around the world, while paying the comparatively low Ghana fee.

The Ghana campus offers both undergraduate and master’s degree programs, as well as a Saturday MBA tailored to the working professional’s schedule. This option allows graduate students to enjoy their weekdays and Sundays free while pursuing an MBA. With 5 flexible intakes, one can apply now in April and gain admission for any of their remaining start dates this year – in May, August or October 2020.

Though currently practicing social distancing, Webster University continues to provide impeccable and uninterrupted online learning to all students through the proven strength as a leader in online education, as recognized by rankings by US News & Report. Evidently, the past few weeks saw a successful and smooth transition to web-based instruction for the rest of the semester with students gradually warming up to the new normal.

From a number of positive testimonials on the online education experience so far, one student said: “This is my first time taking online classes. Our instructors are still holding me accountable for the work I do in online discussions and collaborations, just as they would do in-class and I am able to reach out to them with any questions I may have. To top it off, I can do all of this in the comfort of my bed.”

The university hopes to transition classes back to campus in the Fall semester (August) should the government allow. The Ghana campus is conveniently located in East Legon, just off of Lagos Avenue behind Media Pharmacy.

SPECIAL OFFER: All who attend the online events through the end, apply and are accepted for the May or August intakes will receive an automatic 25% scholarship!

Persons interested in attending either event are encouraged to register via the link provided or call 054 012 0849. Registrants will receive an email with the meeting link prior to the event days.