Webster University Thailand

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Webster University Thailand
Established 1999
Type Private, four-year
Location Cha-Am and Bangkok, THA
Campus Rural and urban
Colors Navy, gold, and white
Nickname Webster
Mascot Gorlok
Website http://www.webster.ac.th

Webster University – Thailand is an accredited American college established in 1999[1] with an undergraduate campus located near the resort town of Hua Hin and graduate studies programs located in Bangkok, Thailand. Webster-Thailand is a small international university that offers education with a global outlook, part of a network of seven US-accredited campuses under the leadership of Webster University, St. Louis, Missouri, USA.[2]

Undergraduate programs[edit]

In the School of Business and Technology, Webster-Thailand currently offers undergraduate degrees in Business Administration, Management, Management with emphasis on International Business, and Management with emphasis on Marketing. In the Webster School of Communications, the Webster-Thailand campus offers undergraduate degrees in Media Communications and Advertising/Marketing.

In the Webster College of Arts and Sciences, it offers undergraduate degrees in International Relations and Psychology.

In addition, students may opt to add an academic minor to any of their degree programs. Webster-Thailand offers minors in a wide range of subjects, including Computer Applications, Political Science, Mathematics, and Religious Studies.[3]

Graduate programs[edit]

Webster-Thailand currently offers three masters degree programs: Masters in Business Administration (MBA), Masters in International Relations (MAIR), and a Masters of Media Communications.

Bangkok Center[edit]

In addition to the main campus in Cha-am, Webster-Thailand also has offices and classroom facilities at the Bangkok Academic Center on the 4th Floor M Space of Empire_Tower,_Bangkok in Bangkok's business district Sathorn. Masters (MBA & MAIR) and selected Undergraduate programs are taught there.

Students and student activities[edit]

The Thailand campus currently has students from Asia, Europe, Africa, and America. About 35% of the students are from America, and there are a number of students from other campuses in the Webster network and students on Study Abroad programs.

Students at Webster-Thailand have several options regarding housing. The university maintains student housing at two beachfront condominium complexes on the outskirts of Hua Hin. The school provides tour-bus transportation to and from the campus and also to and from Hua Hin town and the main shopping center. Students can also arrange to rent housing in Hua Hin town.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Webster University Cha Am - CollegeTimes". Retrieved 17 September 2014. 
  2. ^ Webster Thailand web-site, http://www.webster.ac.th/
  3. ^ Webster Thailand web-site, online course catalog

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