The University of Wisconsin–Madison is a world-class university ranked:
- #6 by National Research Rankings (National Science Foundation, 2017)
- #13 Top Public Schools (U.S. News and World Report, 2020)
- #25 World University Rankings (Center for World University Rankings, 2019)
With more than 43,000 students representing 50 states and 121 countries, our community is diverse, energetic, and constantly in motion.
Stroll down Madison’s vibrant State Street and experience the largest farmers’ market of its kind as you walk around Capitol Square. Relax over live music and a stunning sunset on the lake at the Memorial Union Terrace. Build a lifelong community of kinship and support.
(EducationUSA students reside in double occupancy rooms at beautiful, air-conditioned lakeside dorms.)
A curriculum and social engagement partner, Wisconsin Center for Academically Talented Youth supports academically talented youth.
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.
A leading campus resource, Career Exploration Center helps UW-Madison undergraduates who need help exploring majors and careers.
UW Writing Center helps writers at any stage of the writing process—from choosing a topic to drafting and revising—for any writing project.
An admissions and international student support partner, UW Admissions provides resources for students interested in applying to UW-Madison.
The Pushkin Summer Institute (PSI) is an intensive pre-college Russian language and culture program for outstanding high school students. PSI has two distinct, but related programs: PSI Madison and PSI Abroad.
“Taking part in the Biomedical Engineering workshop was very useful for discovering about the different options and opportunities the College of Engineering offers students.”