Webster University Geneva (established 1978) was the first international campus of Webster University (St. Louis, USA). With over 350 students per year representing nearly 90 nationalities, Webster University Geneva provides fully U.S. Accredited bachelor and master programs that carry the same accreditation and global recognition as the main campus in the U.S.A. The University is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission (USA), which means that universities around the world recognize our credits and degrees. The business school also carries an additional ACBSP program accreditation, earned for the quality of its programming. Master degree programs are offered in Business (an MBA, an MA in Management and Leadership) as well as M.A. programs in Communications Management, Counseling and International Relations. The University is recognized for its small class sizes (average 14), and for its American-style campus in Bellevue (just 8 minutes by train from Gare Cornavin and the U.N. district of Geneva). Over 4,000 bachelor and master students earned a full degree at Webster University Geneva since 1978, with thousands of others attending as study abroad students from the U.S.A. Each year, the University hosts about 50 public events--expert panels, academic conferences, etc., on the Geneva campus.