University of Wisconsin - Madison
University of Wisconsin – Madison is a public land grant university and prolific research institution founded in 1848. Its students, staff, and faculty members partake in a world class education and solve real-world problems. The university’s faculty and staff provide a world-class learning experience. Its students know that learning is a lifelong journey, and they study with people who also embrace spirited discussion and debate.
University of Wisconsin offers 9,000 plus courses, 200 plus undergraduate majors and certificates, 250 plus masters, doctoral, and professional programs and 2,000 plus faculty experts. With an astounding legacy of learning and discovery, the students can choose from thousands of classes in nearly any subject and take time to explore the major that's right for them.
The university’s campus is of 936 acres located about 80 miles from Milwaukee, 90 miles from Dubuque, 140 miles from Green Bay and La Crosse. From Memorial Union Terrace to Bascom Hill, the campus is a beautiful and engaging place with an active student body.
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