University of Wisconsin-Madison
The University of Wisconsin-Madison is also known as Wisconsin, University of Wisconsin, UW-Madison or Madison. It was founded in Madison, Wisconsin in 1848, the same year that Wisconsin became a state. It is the largest and oldest public university in Wisconsin.
Graduate and undergraduate programs are offered in social welfare, nursing, pharmacy, letters and science, mass communication, music, engineering, education, human ecology, business, agriculture and life sciences, journalism, social welfare and engineering. Graduate and professional schools are maintained in law, medicine and public health, veterinary medicine, environmental studies, library and information studies, and public health.
|University Name||University of Wisconsin-Madison|
|Motto in English||God, our light|
|Colors||Cardinal and white|
|Address||500 Lincoln Drive, Madison, Wisconsin, United States|
|Phone||+1 (608) 262 1234|
|Fax||+1 (608) 262 0123|
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Find information below on admission to University of Wisconsin-Madison.
|International Students Allowed||Yes|
|Gender||Men and Women|
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|Undergraduate Admission Info||Click here|
|Graduate Admission Info||Click here|
Scholarship and Financial Aids
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