University of Wisconsin - Madison (UW – Madison) is a public research university located in Madison, Wisconsin, United States. It is the oldest and the largest public university in the state. This university is one of the America’s Public Ivy universities which is comparable with Ivy League.
Programs, Campus and Residence
- UW – Madison offers 136 undergraduate majors, 148 master's degree programs and 120 doctoral programs through its 20 schools and colleges. Popular majors offered are - Finance, General; Computer and Information Sciences, General; Biology/Biological Sciences, General; Psychology, General; and Economics, General.
- The total area covered by the university is about 933 acres which includes 4 National Historic Landmarks. Further UW – Madison offer 19 residence halls and 10 learning communities.
University of Wisconsin - Madison Admission Process
|Pre-Requisites||Official transcripts, LOR|
|Test Scores||SAT/ACT score, GRE score|
|English Proficiency Test||TOEFL/IELTS score|
|Application Fee||Undergraduate - 60 USD, Graduate – 75 USD|
|Intake Seasons - UG||Spring 2019 – October 1, Fall - February 1|
How to Apply – Applicants may apply through UW System Application or the Common Application for undergraduate applications and official website for graduate applications.
Cost and Scholarships
Cost of Attendance
|Tuition and Fees||36,805 USD|
|Room and Board||11,114 USD|
|Books and Supplies||1,200 USD|
|Personal Expenses||2,294 USD|
The students are provided financial aid in the form of scholarships and grants.
- Around 35% of the new students receive financial aid of about 6,995 USD per person from the university.
- Around 12% of the new students receive federal grant of about 4,720 USD each.
There are around 441,731 alumni around the globe. The alumni are benefitted with various services such as WAA travel with alumni community, grandparents university, save on flowers and gifts through 1800Flowers.com and discounts on Allen Centennial Garden visit.