University of Wisconsin Madison
United States of America
University of Wisconsin, Madison was established in 1848 and is the flagship institution of the University of Wisconsin system which comprises of 13 universities. The university is regarded as one of the best public education institutions in the country. The UW is one of America’s Public Ivy universities,which refers to top public universities in the United States capable of providing a collegiate experience comparable with the Ivy League.
The University of Wisconsin, Madison offers more than more than 4,700 courses. It has more than 200 undergraduate majors, 250 plus masters, doctoral and professional programs. The total number of faculties at the university exceeds 2,000 and has the student to faculty ratio of 18:1. University has 38 Pulitzer award winners associated with it. University is one of the top 10 Universities in US in producing Fortune 500 CEOs. The UW also ranks in top 10 in national research spending since 1972. The UW ranks in top 10 for total student studying abroad and is among top 25 for international students. The UW ranks 6th in nation for the volume of research.
The total student population at the university is more than 42,000, majority of which are undergraduate students. The most popular majors are biological and biomedical sciences, social sciences, business and engineering. With students from 50 states and from more than 120 countries, the university ranks high in terms of the student diversity. The university sports team is called the Badgers and it competes in the NCAA Division I.
Notable alumni: Jim Lovell (Astronaut), Dick Cheney (Former Vice President of US) and Frank Lloyd Wright (Architect)
University of Wisconsin Madison Programs
University of Wisconsin Madison Application Requirements
University of Wisconsin Madison Cost of studies
Masters: Fees may vary for each program. Please visit the program page for specific fees.
Fees may vary for each program. Please visit the program page for specific fees.
University of Wisconsin Madison Deadlines
Spring (Regular Decision): October 2
Fall (Early Action): November 1
Fall (Regular Decision): February 1
Masters: Deadlines vary for each program.
Deadlines may vary for each program. Please visit the program page for specific deadlines.