Hear about past students' experiences!
Hi guys, I’m Amber from China. I joined the UW Advance Program for one month three years ago,and I’m going to share something with you about my experience. I first saw the program information on …May 22, 2020
Hello! I’m Hina. I’m a sophomore of Osaka City University. I went to UW-Madison to study in September last year. I stayed there for only 2 weeks, but I experienced a lot of things. I …May 18, 2020
Our programs provide students with many opportunities to learn about American culture, practice English communication skills, get to know one another outside of classes, and get a sense of what it feels like to be a Badger. We encourage our students to make the most of their time here through engaging and immersing in a variety of academic and social activities.
Makerspace strives to empower students by creating a community immersed in emerging technologies, focused on creating innovative products.
ALPs challenges people through adventure-based team building workshops using group games, initiatives, high and low ropes courses, and other challenges to learn more about themselves and one another.
An admissions and international student support partner, UW Admissions provides resources for students interested in applying to UW-Madison.
International Reach is a unique, cross-cultural speakers volunteer program that places international speakers in schools, campus venues and community organizations in the Madison Area for presentations, discussions and/or conversations.
The PSGSC was created to foster enhanced communication and promote more social interaction among the graduate students of horticulture, agronomy, and PBPG.
StartUp is a vibrant community of students that are a mix of engineers, writers, designers, musicians, biologists and business majors.
A leading campus resource, Career Exploration Center helps UW-Madison undergraduates who need help exploring majors and careers.
The mission of WID is to discover and inspire through interdisciplinary research conducted in a dynamic, collaborative community.
Within the International Learning Community (ILC), located in Adams Hall, clusters of rooms are devoted to language immersion.
Explore campus through a guided tour led by experienced student tour guides and highlight campus life, academics and the history of the university.
Yuanshan Study Society is a humanities society founded in Madison, Wisconsin in 2015. We are committed to bringing new perspectives into everyday discussions and promoting the influence of the humanities and social sciences community in the Madison Chinese community.
The Willis L. Jones Leadership Center is a part of the Wisconsin Union. The goal of the JLC is to inspire and prepare students to work in partnership with others to positively transform themselves, their peers and their communities.