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The University of Wisconsin-Madison is a great place to study for just a few months or more. Some options include:


Visiting International Student Program
The Visiting International Student Program is a short-term, nondegree program for people who have completed at least one semester at a university. Our students take regular University of Wisconsin-Madison courses with our world-class faculty during their semester or year on our campus while paying full tuition and fees. They leave with an official transcript of record they can use to potentially transfer into their current degree programs back home.

You can read about our Visiting International Student Program eligibility requirements, our estimated cost of attendance, more about the city of Madison, and how to apply on our website.

Intensive English as a Second Language for adult learners
The University of Wisconsin-Madison offers an intensive credit-based English as a Second Language Program for adults during our fall, spring, and summer terms.

American Culture and English (ACE) Program
Our American Culture and English 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. Runs from July 8-29, 2017.


Interested in a full degree program instead?

Are you interested in pursuing a full bachelors or graduate degree from our campus? You can find more information about earning a full degree on our campus by visiting the homepage for our campus Admissions Offices.



Visiting International Student Program
21 N. Park Street, Suite 7101
Madison, WI 53715

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