Virtual Programs

EducationUSA Academy Connects

EducationUSA Academy Connects at UW-Madison provides international high school students the opportunity to explore life at a US university and prepare for the application process in an online environment. Using the university’s online tools, students will engage in activities and discussions with new friends from all around the world!

Business Skills Development Program Dates: February 22-March 19, 2021

Visit our EducationUSA Academy Connects website to learn more about the program and to register!

UW Advance Data Analytics and Informatics

The UW Advance virtual program provides a three-week opportunity for undergraduate students to get a glimpse into the academic programs at UW-Madison.

Program Dates: July 12-30, 2021

Visit our UW Advance Data Analytics and Informatics website to learn more about the program and to register!

Intercultural Communication for Academic Purposes

Improve your intercultural communication with this fun and engaging three week virtual program!

  • Learn from instructors in real-time
  • Receive personalized feedback
  • Participate in small group simulations
  • Interact with students from around the globe
  • Gain a Certificate of Completion at end of the program
  • Interact with current UW-Madison and high school students (optional)

Who should attend?

International students with an intermediate or above English level.

Upcoming Sessions

High School Session Dates Undergraduate Session Dates
November 30 – December 16, 4-5PM CST

Monday & Wednesday

November 30 – December 16, 4-5PM CST

Tuesday & Thursday

Registration Deadline: Five days before start of class.

Topics:

Seminar 1 – Accepting the New Norm: Analyzing Human Connection in the Age of Coronavirus and Online Communication

Seminar 2 – Zero-waste Restaurants: Exploring Innovation and Sustainability in the Food Industry

Seminar 3- Crossing Political Barriers: Identifying Strategies for Argumentation and Civil Discourse

Seminar 4- We the People Divided: The Ongoing Problem of Systemic Racism in the United States

Seminar 5- Crowdfunding and Investment: Exploring Business Practices in the Age of Online Collaboration

Seminar 6 – Urban Planning and Innovation: Engineering Transportation to Benefit Residents with Disabilities

Cost

The registration fee is $125.

Apply Now!

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Exploring the Essay: Prepare your writing for the IELTS and TOEFL

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Are you looking to perfect your academic English essay writing skills? Are you looking to ace the IELTS and TOEFL writing section? Look no further!

  • Learn from instructors in real-time
  • Refine your knowledge on the IELTS and TOEFL writing section
  • Explore academic essay structure and content
  • Prepare your own essay
  • Receive individualized feedback
  • Gain a Certificate of Completion at end of the program
  • Interact with current UW-Madison and high school students (optional)

Who should attend?

International students with an intermediate or above English level.

Upcoming Sessions

High School Session Dates Undergraduate Session Dates
November 30 – December 16, 5:30-6:30PM CST

Monday & Wednesday

November 30 – December 16, 5:30-6:30PM CST

Tuesday & Thursday

Registration Deadline: Five days before start of class.

Cost

The registration fee is $570.

Apply Now!

Looking to customize a program?

Contact us at vispnoncredit@dcs.wisc.edu to customize a program for your students.