Webster University Thailand

Webster University Thailand Campus, In the early days of the American frontier, poor children were forgotten when it came to education. The Sisters of Loretto, a Catholic religious organization founded in 1812, set out to offer a solution.

The Loretto Community dedicated itself to providing education to those who normally might not possess an opportunity to obtain one. It’s this mission that remains at the heart of Webster University today.

The Sisters of Loretto laid the cornerstone for Webster University on Nov. 1, 1915. Originally named Loretto College, the school was one of the first Catholic women’s colleges west of the Mississippi River. It was progressive for its time, providing higher education to women when it was not generally made available.

Old Webster

Sisters of Loretto – Webster Construction

Loretto College opened with eight Sisters of Loretto teaching class for five students. Two students populated the first graduating class in 1919.

Five years later, in 1924, the school changed its name to Webster College to avoid confusion with Loretto Academy, a school operated by the Loretto Community on Lafayette Avenue in St. Louis. The North Central Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools accredited Webster College the same year.

In the 1970s, few European universities offered a flexible, American-style education. Webster College sought to be one of the first. In 1978, Webster opened a campus in Geneva, Switzerland, capitalizing on the global perspective the city would add to a student’s education.

In 1999, Webster University’s Thailand Campus was open. Adding a global perspective that stretches across the Webster curriculum.


As an International campus of Webster University, St. Louis, Missouri, USA, WUT embraces the Mission and Scope of the main campus. However, WUT has extended that vision to include “an accredited American University operating in Southeast Asia to create future leaders for a multicultural world”.


At WUTC, our international mission is to provide the students with

“Real World Knowledge for Real World Success”

To this end, the International Faculty have been appointed specifically for their credentials, their desire to work with international students and their experience outside academia. All courses are taught in the English language and students enjoy a student-faculty ratio of 1:15. The degree programs offered follow the requirements set by the academic departments at Webster University, St. Louis. All students within the Webster University Worldwide system have the opportunity to spend part of their degree program at one or more of the Webster’s international campuses. Alternatively, all registered, qualified students may seek a permanent transfer for degree completion to another campus within the system. This is a wonderful opportunity to grow intellectually, while proceeding to graduation without impediment.

Undergraduate degree

  • BA Management
  • BA Management with an Emphasis in International Business
  • BA Management with an Emphasis in Marketing
  • BS in Business Administration
  • BA in Media Communications
  • BA in Advertising and Marketing Communications
  • BA in Psychology
  • BA in International Relations
  • Graduate School


Webster Thailand

Webster Thailand

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