Congratulations on your acceptance to Webster University Geneva! You are about to embark on a wonderful adventure, and we are looking forward to welcoming you here and helping you adjust to your new life at Webster! Below you will find links to our Guide to Housing, the respective Housing Application forms and our bank details for the housing deposit to secure a room.
First Year Freshmen
All first-year Freshmen students are required to live in Webster housing. Priority is given first for on-campus Living and Learning Center (LLC) in Bellevue on a space-available basis. Webster also houses students in Center-City Geneva at Les Berges du Rhône, which also houses study abroad students, transfer and master students.
We kindly ask you to complete and return the LLC Housing Application Form to us by email. We will inform you once your housing has been assigned. We invite you to check the Guide to Housing for LLC residents.
If you will be living with immediate family in Geneva, there is a Housing Waiver Form available for an exception.
Transfer and Master students
You are not required to live in university-sponsored housing, but you are invited to reserve a room at our residence Les Berges du Rhône (downtown Geneva). We kindly ask you to complete and return the Les Berges Housing Application Form to us. We invite you to check the Guide to Housing for Les Berges residents. If you prefer to be on campus in the LLC, please reach out to see if there is space available.
Reminder for International (non-Swiss resident/non-EU) students
Booking your housing- whether as a bachelor, transfer, or master student-can be an important way to show the Swiss Consular office that you are making firm plans to be with us. This can help to ensure a smooth application process for your student visa.
Your Next Steps
Return the housing application and proof of payment of the requested CHF 1000.- deposit in order to secure a room. This can be sent together with the CHF 1,500 deposit required to secure your enrollment (CHF 2,500 total). See Deposit Document for more information. Please be sure to include your last name and your student ID (from your admission letter) on the bank transfer.