Many offices on campus provide advising to help undergraduate and graduate students find international opportunities that meet their academic, personal and professional needs. These include:
- Regional and International Studies Advising Office provides guidance for students exploring academic and post-undergraduate opportunities on campus and around the world, including undergraduate degree and certificate programs.
- International Academic Programs (IAP) advises students through every step of the study abroad experience, including program selection, applications, funding and scholarship opportunities, program orientation, and re-entry.
- The International Internship Program (IIP) advises students from all fields on searching and applying for internships abroad, getting academic credit, insurance, visas, funding and opportunities available.
- The Languages at UW–Madison website hosts a directory of advisors for specific language programs, majors, and certificates.
- The International Studies (IS) Major has advisors to assist students within the program as they work toward their degrees, incorporate study abroad options, and begin exploring careers.
- The Global Health Institute (GHI) offers group and individual advising for the undergraduate certificate in global health.