A New Campus Abroad

October 1, 2013

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Webster University is one of many American higher education institutions to recognize and embrace the importance of comprehensive internationalization.

Now the St. Louis-based institution is launching a new internationalization initiative: its Ghana campus has been approved by the Higher Learning Commission and classes are slated to begin Jan. 14, 2014.

This means that Webster graduates in Ghana will hold degrees that will be recognized in both that country and the United States, and Webster students, faculty and St. Louis area businesses and organizations will have more opportunities to study and develop opportunities at the Accra campus.


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