July 2018: American Culture and English Program University of Wisconsin-MadisonAn Exceptional Educational Experience in a Beautiful Location
University of Wisconsin–Madison 2018 ACE Program
Learn while having fun at a world-class university
American Culture and English (ACE) is a three-week residential program for international high school students who want exceptional instruction in the classroom and an engaging experience outside of class. You can improve your English at one of the world’s best public universities while meeting new friends in a safe and fun environment.
Date: July 7-28, 2018
Price includes a double room, classes, local transportation, all meals, and activities.
The last day to register is March 16, 2018.
Hear what students have to say about the 2016 ACE Program
An Immersive and Transformative Experience
ACE is for international high school students who would like to sharpen their English skills while enjoying summer in a one-of-a-kind location. Madison combines the tranquility of a midsized city with the cultural opportunities of a major metropolitan center. The program’s learning environment is fun and casual, and the content relates to the activities and field trips students enjoy after class.
The experienced instructors at the University of Wisconsin-Madison will help you learn formal English as well as the informal language you’ll use in everyday conversations.
You will also meet with university representatives who will help you understand what it takes to succeed at an American university.
Madison is regularly chosen as one of the best places to live in the United States. The University of Wisconsin-Madison is situated near the majestic Wisconsin State Capitol, between two lovely lakes.
Where is Wisconsin?
Wisconsin is located in America’s heartland. Madison is the state capital of Wisconsin, known for its warmth and friendliness. It is a safe, midsized city in a beautiful setting, with pleasant summer weather and easy access to the nearby metropolitan areas of Chicago and Minneapolis-St. Paul.