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Webster University Thailand
Bangkok, Thailand (Outgoing Program)
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Study in a resort location just south of Bangkok at an American university with a global outlook!
Fall/Spring/Summer terms available.
Webster University Thailand first opened its doors in 1999. Today, more than 500 students from over 60 countries are currently enrolled full-time. Conveniently accessible from Bangkok and other parts of Thailand by road and rail, Webster University Thailand´s campus allows students from Thailand and throughout Asia the experience of an American residential university very close to home.
Webster University Thailand is a small, closely-knit family of students, faculty and staff occupying a delightful rural campus, situated close to the resort towns of Cha-am and Hua Hin and boasts a beautiful 40-acre campus.
The campus has excellent facilities to support your educational experience: computer labs, library, cafeteria, recreational and exercise facilities, media lab, Internet access, and offices. Some of Thailand´s most beautiful beaches are just a 15 minute drive from the campus gates!
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Education Abroad Advisor | Office of Global Education
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Webster Thailand offers a comprehensive study abroad program with academic, cultural, and social inclusions.
[Fall] March 15
[Spring] September 15
[Summer] March 1