UW-Madison in the World
We are a premiere global institution with a strong international reputation built on expertise and a history of engagement.
UW’s all-time ranking in number of Peace Corps volunteers produced
Leading and promoting international engagement across campus and beyond.
Students and faculty receiving Fulbright grants for 2015-16
UW-Madison International Division
UW campus hosts 25 young African leaders
The 25 young African leaders who have come to the University of Wisconsin–Madison campus for a six-week academic and leadership institute represent a variety of fields, including medicine, public health, law, education and community activism.
“We knew they were going to be an impressive group,” says Neil Kodesh, faculty director of the African Studies Program. “They really are extremely successful – all leaders in their professional fields and communities.”
Study Abroad Programs
in more than
Foreign Language and Area Studies Fellowships in
awarded between 2010-2015
RANKED 25th Worldwide
by the Center for World University Rankings for the 3rd year in a row
National Resource Centers
agreements with universities around the world
PEACE CORPS VOLUNTEERS
universities in the world affiliated with the
international students from
nationally in study abroad for the past 8 years