Webster University opened its first European campus in Geneva in 1978 and today Webster University Geneva is the largest campus outside of the United States where 670 students from over 90 countries come together in a community of learners engaged by a faculty representing 25 nations. Webster University Geneva is located in a park-like setting in the suburban town of Bellevue, 8-minute train ride from central Geneva. The Webster University is present in many places around the globe including Europe, Asia, Africa and America. The campus in Geneva, Switzerland is one of the many campuses of Webster University. The university provides a wide variety of courses to choose from different colleges and departments: College of Arts & Sciences, Leigh Gerdine College of Fine Arts, George Herbert Walker School of Business & Technology, School of Communications and School of Education which have both undergraduate and postgraduate programs. Course offerings vary from semester to semester depending upon the faculty members assigned to teach at Webster-Geneva. The undergraduate programs offered include Business Administration, Computer Science, Computing, Economics, European Studies, Finance, History, Information Management, Information Systems, International Relations, Management, Media Communication, Photography and Psychology. Various postgraduate programs are also provided including Business Administration (MBA), Counselling, Human Resources Management, International Non-Governmental Organizations, International Relations, Management and Leadership, Media Communications. A few Certified programs are also provided.