International Academic Programs (IAP), a unit of the International Division, leads campus efforts to provide credit-bearing academic experiences worldwide for UW-Madison students from diverse backgrounds in all majors and academic levels.
IAP collaborates with academic units across campus to offer safe, accessible, and high-quality study abroad and domestic study away programs that foster students’ academic, personal, and professional growth.
UW Study Abroad is comprised of four offices. The main study abroad office on campus is International Academic Programs (IAP), which works in close partnership with study abroad offices within the College of Agricultural and Life Sciences, the College of Engineering, and Wisconsin School of Business to offer programs specifically designed for their student academic needs. Together, we are UW Study Abroad.
All approved UW-Madison programs share policies, procedures, and best practices, and are featured on the Study Abroad Program Search.
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