UW-Madison offers over 260 programs in more than 65 countries. Programs vary in length, level, academic focus, teaching format, language requirements, cost, and degree of independence demanded of the participant. Each program is expected to meet UW-Madison’s high academic standards and to integrate with the on-campus curriculum. IAP study abroad programs are open to all UW-Madison students who are in good academic and disciplinary standing. Some of our programs are also open to non-UW-Madison students.
Study Abroad at UW-Madison encompasses educational programming that takes place off-site from the UW-Madison campus and result in progress toward an academic degree. This includes programs that occur outside the geographical boundaries of the U.S. as well as domestic study away programs. IAP has opportunities available for undergraduates, graduates, and professional students for durations including semester, year, summer, winter intersession, and spring break.
UW Study Abroad has created the Introduction to Study Abroad Canvas course just for you! This non-credit course has different modules to answer your common questions related to study abroad.