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University of Wisconsin - Madison



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THE World Ranking: 50

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About University of Wisconsin - Madison


The University of Wisconsin – Madison is made up of 20 associated colleges and schools and enrols over 42,000 students. With faculty strength of 2022, the University offers courses in Graduate, Postgraduate and Doctoral degrees. By launching the University of Wisconsin-Madison India initiative, the University aims to foster partnerships with Indian academic Institutions. This programme will open doors for Indian students to study or at least spend a part of their education at this university.

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University of Wisconsin - Madison offer Bachelor's, Master's, Doctoral, Post-master's.

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Applied and Pure Sciences
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College of Letters and Science, Department of French and Italian

618 Van Hise Hall, 1220 Linden Drive, MADISON, Wisconsin, United States, 53706.

School of Veterinary Medicine, Department of Comparative Biomedical Sciences

2015 Linden Drive, MADISON, Wisconsin, United States, 53706.

College of Letters and Science, Department of Afro-American Studies

4141 White Hall Helen C, 600 N Park St, MADISON, Wisconsin, United States, 53706.

College of Agricultural and Life Sciences, Department of Agricultural and Applied Economics

423 Taylor Hall, 427 Lorch Street, MADISON, Wisconsin, United States, 53706.

College of Agricultural and Life Sciences, Department of Agronomy

1575 Linden Drive, MADISON, Wisconsin, United States, 53706.

College of Agricultural and Life Sciences, Department of Animal Sciences

Room 256, 1675 Observatory Drive, MADISON, Wisconsin, United States, 53706.

School of Education, Department of Art

6241 Humanities Building, 455 North Park Street, MADISON, Wisconsin, United States, 53706.

College of Letters and Science, Department of Art History

232 Conrad A Elvehjem Building, 800 University Avenue, MADISON, Wisconsin, United States, 53706.

College of Letters and Science, Department of Astronomy

University of Wisconsin-Madison, 5534 Sterling Hall 475 North Charter Street, MADISON, Wisconsin, United States, 53706.

College of Letters and Science, Department of Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences

1225 W Dayton Street, MADISON, Wisconsin, United States, 53706.


Here's what Indian students are saying about their experience at University of Wisconsin - Madison.

What Indian students say

When asked, 100% of reviewers recommend University of Wisconsin - Madison

Overall experience

Admission process

(3 out of 5)

Funding / Scholarships

(4 out of 5)

Study experience

(4 out of 5)

Life experience

(4 out of 5)

Job prospects

(4 out of 5)

Student reviews










Vivek, India 5

One of the best interns

Excellent research environment complemented the handsome stipend. If given a chance go for it! One of the best interns if I can assure you...

Unnati, India 4

A very good place for further studies

It was a scientific exchange program in which 14 of us were selected. The program was very well structured. There were regular meetings with Indian Professors at the university, Officers of Indo-US science exchange, Indi read full review
Ankit, India 5

Offers very specialised courses

University Of Wisconsin offers very specialised courses managed by specialised faculty. I have just got an admission from the university and will leave for the US soon. The factor which really drew me towards the univers read full review
Swetha, India 5

One of the best programs for CS

The University Of Wisconsin has one of the best programs for Computer Science. I had also consulted my seniors who were there and they gave a very postive feedback on the univ. Wisconsin allowed me a good academic enviro read full review
Dheeraj, India 4

Thoroughly enjoyable

I did my masters program in CS at the Univ of Wisconsin. Its better to choose a university that has research going on in ur program rather than to go by the ranking of the university alone. Wisconsin is a good university read full review
Rayudu29, India 4


The research facilities in the University of Wisconsin are outstanding. We also had very good the labs, libraries, etc. There were a large number of international students, I guess the uni tries to promot read full review
Piramanaya, India 5

PhD in CS

The University of Wisconsin–Madison has long been recognized as one of America's great universities. I'd finished my undergrad and was admitted for a direct PhD program. I particularly wanted to do my research in a reput read full review
Shank, India 4


My area of research interest was in VLSI. The program offered at WISMAD fit into my background and my area of specialization quite well. I enjoyed my issues.

Isha, India 5


Wisconsin is a very well established university and the department of electrical engineering is over a 100 years old, it has a reputation to live upto! I was interested in completing my research in the field of Communica read full review
Niveditha, India 4

MS in Electrical and Computer Engineering

I finished my masters at the University of Wisconsin, Madison a few years ago. It was a good place to be. I enjoyed my program and my time there. I specialized in ECE. I had to choose between UIC, UMR, Vtech, Kansas, Syr read full review

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About the accommodation

The University of Wisconsin - Madison provides the on campus housing for students and they are free to choose a variety of housing options, including the University Residence Halls and a variety of privately owned residence halls, apartments, houses, and condos that surround campus. Most first-year students live in residence halls, while students in their second, third, and fourth years of study typically live in campus-area housing. The University Residence Halls are home to nearly 6,900 students and offer an ever-increasing variety of programs and services. Residence hall rooms include the basics (beds, desks, chairs), as well as telephone and free cable TV, high-speed Internet, and refrigerators. The residence halls have modern, simply furnished, air-conditioned rooms suitable for either single or double occupancy. Each room is equipped with single beds with pillows and bed linens, dressers or shelving, bookcase, desks, desk chairs, and a small refrigerator. Data jacks are available in every room. Cable jacks in each room are also active in case they choose to bring their own television. Wireless access is available in floor lounges and dining areas. Laundry facilities, vending and ice machines are located in most buildings. Lounges provide televisions and a casual social area. For the comfort of all guests, all campus buildings are smoke-free. Typically, men and women are housed on separate floors with shared bath facilities for each gender. Bathrooms are spacious with separate individual showers and dressing areas for privacy. Food service is popular and convenient. Students can choose from a variety of dining rooms, carryout stores, delis, coffee houses, and even delivery services. And they are constantly increasing the selections of organic, vegetarian, vegan, and kosher foods. Residents pay only for the food they select (a meal plan is not required) using their Housing Food debit account, which is part of the student ID card (Wiscard).

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