The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee (UWM) has provided world-class, affordable education for over 60 years.
Its main campus is located in a tree-filled, student-friendly, residential neighborhood in Milwaukee, Wisconsin's largest city. Offering over 200 academic programs, the university is home to 23,000 students from more than 80 countries, including 1,000 international students. Some of UWM's popular courses include
- MS Engineering
- MS Computer Science
- MS Health Care Informatics
- MS Information Technology Management
- Master of Architecture
Departments are housed in 15 schools and colleges, and with a 17:1 student-teacher ratio, classes are collaborative with dedicated lecturer support. The university also offers learning opportunities beyond the classroom, with many of its programs including internship placements.
UWM is one of America's top research universities according to the Carnegie Classification. Students have plentiful opportunities to work alongside faculty on innovative research across the university's 100 centres, labs, and institutes. They benefit from the university's impressive connections with leading manufacturers and Fortune 500 companies.
Students also have numerous off-campus recreational options, as UWM's campus is just minutes from downtown Milwaukee and only 90 minutes from Chicago. The local area has a low cost of living, and students can take a short scenic walk to one of North America's five Great Lakes, Lake Michigan.
Dedicated to global engagement and diversity, UWM has a successful network of over 195,000 accomplished alumni across the globe, including Satya Nadella, the CEO of Microsoft.