University of Wisconsin–Madison

Study Abroad

 

UW-Madison Grad student Mirva Johnson throwing the “W” at the Koli National Park in Finland.
UW-Madison Grad student Mirva Johnson throwing the “W” at the Koli National Park in Finland.

Studying abroad is…

Marketable – serious time spent abroad, particularly in interesting countries, will look great on any resume.
Workable – with numerous programs that range from a summer to a semester to a full academic year, you can work something out to take advantage of these great opportunities.
Affordable – funding and financial aid can usually be arranged

For more information about the UW-Madison Sponsored Study Abroad programs, details on how to study abroad, or information on cost or credits, please visit the Study Abroad website or visit room 106 at the Red Gym for more information.

Exchange students from the University of Wisconsin-Madison throw up the Wisconsin “W” in front of a fountain in Moscow, Russia. These students are a part of the Russian Flagship Program.