Students, Faculty Mark Completion of Global MA Program in Vienna

Jul. 20, 2016

Students Mark Completion of Global MA Programs in Vienna
Toasting the students in the Global MA programs (photo: Maximilian Rosenberger)

On Monday, July 11, the 2016 class of students celebrated their completion of Webster University's Global Masters of Arts in International Relations and Global Masters of Arts in International Non-Governmental Organizations programs at a luncheon at the Palais Wenkheim, home of Webster's Vienna campus. 

Head of the program Amanda Rosen and worldwide director of International Relations Kelly-Kate Pease joined the International Relations faculty and staff of the Vienna campus to congratulate the students and toast their achievements.

Five students in the programHenry Abimbola, Marie D’Avignon, Karen Hariss, Amanda Lindsey, and Rohan Quow—were on hand to receive their certificates of completion.

Unique Student Experience in Webster's Global Network

Students in the Global MA program complete their master’s degree in 11 months, traveling every eight weeks to a new campus or location in the Webster system. This year, students studied in Vienna, Leiden, Geneva, London, Bangkok, Beijing, Havana and Washington, D.C. 

Throughout their course of study they learn the core theories, systems, and methodologies of international relations and apply them to issues of global importance, such as terrorism, energy security, economics, refugees, climate change, and foreign policy.

The 2017 class of the GMA program launches this August, with cohorts traveling to Webster campuses in Athens, Greece, and Accra, Ghana, for the first time.

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