Please click on the blue buttons below to start your online application. If a family member is currently attending or graduated from Webster Vienna or if you are intending to pursue a second degree at Webster Vienna, please feel free to check out the Webster Vienna Legacy Grant or the Webster Vienna Second Degree Grant.
Undergraduate (Bachelor programs) Admissions
Graduate (Master and MBA programs) Admissions
Non-Degree Seeking Students
If you plan to take only a few courses for a maximum of one academic year at Webster University and do not plan on pursuing a degree, please apply as a Non-Degree student. The following are required:
- Submit the online Non-Degree application (above)
- Pay the application fee
- Submit a photocopy of your tertiary level transcripts (Bachelor or Master degree as applicable)
- Submit documentation of adequate English language proficiency skills (official TOEFL or IELTS score)
- Submit a copy of your valid passport
If you have any further questions, please contact the Admissions Office.
Degree seeking students who previously attended Webster University and have not been enrolled for less than five (5) consecutive terms (one academic year) should contact their Faculty Advisor (or Department Coordinator) regarding registration. However, if a student has been out for more than five (5) consecutive terms, a readmission form must be filled out and submitted to the Office of Admissions by contacting email@example.com.
Download the form for the readmission here. The readmission application should be accompanied by:
- updated transcripts from any institution that the student attending during their absence from Webster
- updated resume
Webster Vienna Private University recognizes that diversity and inclusion cultivate academic excellence. Diversity embraces all human differences while building on the commonalities. It serves to eliminate discrimination and exclusion based on gender, ethnicity, religion or conviction, age, sexual orientation, disability, or health issues. Inclusion affords faculty, staff, students and community partners the opportunity to participate, regardless of differences. Diversity and inclusion is an involvement in expressive dialogue and offerings of distinct talent, thought and inquiry from individuals from various backgrounds. The institution understands that the success of each individual strengthens the community. Webster University is committed to non-discrimination and equal opportunity regarding the treatment of students, faculty and staff.