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Public University | wisc.edu

Fields of Study

  • Agriculture and Life Sciences

  • Arts

  • Business

  • Computer Data and Information Sciences

  • Education

  • Environmental Studies

  • Human Ecology

  • Information Science

  • Journalism and Mass Communication

  • Law

  • Medicine and Public Health

  • Music

  • Nursing

  • Pharmacy

  • Public Affairs

  • Social Work

  • Veterinary Medicine

Good to Know

The University of Wisconsin–Madison is a public land-grant research university in Madison, Wisconsin. Founded when Wisconsin achieved statehood in 1848, UW–Madison is the official state university of Wisconsin and the flagship campus of the University of Wisconsin System.

Rankings

38

(National U)

102

(QS World Ranking)

Location

Madison, WI

Enrollment

35,184

Acceptance Rate

60%

Personal Statement

Required

Application Method(s)

Common App

(Freshmen only)

Online App

(Freshmen and Transfers)

CGPA

3.0

(Transfer)

English Proficiency

80

TOEFL

6.5

IELTS

115

DET

Fees

$58,912

Total

$40,612 / $18,300

Tuition / Living

SAT / ACT

Optional

Scholarship

Intakes

Fall: September

Spring: January

Deadlines

Freshman

Spring:

October 1

Fall:

November 1 (Early Action)

January 6 (Regular)

Transfer

Spring:

October 1

Fall:

February 1 (Priority)

March 1 (Regular)

Representative

Sarah Woller

Senior International Admissions Counselor

Office of Admissions and Recruitment

Email: sarah.woller@wisc.edu

updated August 2023

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