Explore the World Beyond Campus

STUDY ABROAD FOR CREDIT

International Academic Programs (IAP) gives students of all majors opportunities to make study abroad part of their degree plan. Explore your options, from classroom learning to research, field work, service learning and internships, as well as programs from the College of Engineering and School of Business, on the IAP website.

GAIN GLOBAL PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

The International Internship Program (IIP) supports undergraduate students from all fields in high-quality work or research experiences to help them compete in an increasingly interconnected world.

INTERN IN WASHINGTON, DC

The Washington, DC Semester in International Affairs enables undergraduates to work as interns in an agency, corporation, non-profit, or embassy with an international affairs focus while earning university credit. The program includes a regular seminar that features experts and prominent UW-Madison alumni who work in professional, academic and diplomatic fields related to international affairs.

PUBLIC SERVICE OPPORTUNITIES

The Morgridge Center for Public Service connects UW–Madison students and faculty to local and global communities to build partnerships and solve critical issues through service and learning. The center helps students find volunteer opportunities to meet their interests and availability, including promoting international experiences.

SERVICE AFTER GRADUATION

The Peace Corps at UW–Madison provides information about serving in the Peace Corps and assists individuals through the application process. UW–Madison has been a leading source for Peace Corps Volunteers throughout the agency’s history.

EMPOWERING ALUMNI CONNECTIONS

Badger Bridge provides a platform for networking with UW-Madison alumni in your field, at leading organizations, and in communities around the world. This professional network is an exclusive place where alumni and students can come together to offer support in achieving career goals and exploring professional opportunities.

IMPORTANT TRAVEL INFORMATION

The UW–Madison International Travel Site offers resources, links and information for faculty, staff and students. In addition to UW–Madison’s travel policy, the site provides safety considerations and timely updates on dynamic conditions abroad.

 

 

 

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Across Borders

Kyle Cummisford Study Abroad Summer 2014 Otavalo, Ecuador

KYLE CUMMISFORD
OTAVALO, ECUADOR
SUMMER 2014

“I have learned to…make deep connections to people of various backgrounds, professions, and lifestyles.”

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