University of Wisconsin-Madison
The University of Wisconsin was Wisconsin's first public university and is the state's oldest and largest public university. This university was founded in 1848 and has a sprawling campus that contains four National Historic Landmarks. Students can choose from 120 doctorate programmes, 148 master's degree programmes, and 120 doctoral programmes at the university.

Cost of attendance

The average tuition fee at UW- Madison is 39,654 USD for UG and 25,548 USD for PG program. Furthermore, international students need a minimum of 16,234 USD and 22,144 USD for UG and PG, respectively, to cover the cost of living in the USA.


The institution offers both on-campus and off-campus housing. UW-Madison has 21 residence halls, 11 living communities, and two neighbourhoods. For graduate students, there are three university flats and communities to choose from. The smallest residential hall can house 30 people, while the largest hall can house 1,250 people. The University Housing is an apartment neighbourhood with convenient bike or bus access to the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus, as well as various picnic and playground facilities. Hall workstations, high-speed internet, TV, laundry, a Resident Assistant or Advisor, a lounge, amusement area, laundry room, music room, and study dens and social lounges on each floor are among the institute's amenities. The costs for one bedroom (Harvey Street) are $962. For students who qualify and want to live off-campus, there are affordable off-campus housing options available throughout Wisconsin. Housing for disabled or special medical students is made available on a first-come, first-served basis. The typical monthly rent for off-campus living is between 900 and 1300 USD.

Acceptance rate

The total number of students at the university are 45317. Over 4,000 international students from more than 120 countries choose to study at the University of Wisconsin–Madison. The acceptance rate is 52.0 %


The university's campus is located in Madison, Wisconsin, on the southern bank of Lake Mendota. In 2012, the campus was named one of the most attractive university campuses in the United States. On the college's campus, students can participate in a variety of activities and services. It offers a variety of athletics and sports teams, with the college's football team being ranked #1 in The College Football Town in America. The institute has 215 campus buildings and approximately 900 student organisations to select from. The institute's student athletic body is represented by 23 varsity teams. More than 90% of freshmen at the university choose to live on campus. The Wisconsin library is recognised for hosting North America's 12th largest library. WSUM 91.7 FM, the university's radio station, is also located on campus.


The University of Wisconsin–Madison has been continuously accredited by the Higher Learning Commission (HLC) since 1913.

Jobs and Placement

Almost 90 percent of MBA graduates at the university who were actively looking for work received job offers within three months of graduation. Oracle, Mercer, Kohl's, Milliman, Epic, and UW Health are among the top employers for graduates. It holds career fairs on a regular basis to allow students to meet possible employers. 3M Company's salary range is $65,197 - $102,765.

QS Ranking

#75 in QS World University Rankings, 2022.

The Ranking

#58 in World University Rankings by Times Higher Education, 2022.

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