International Academic Programs is run by UW-Madison and the UW-Madison Study Abroad program. IAP offers semester-long programs in several countries for the fall, spring and summer, as well as year-long programs. All programs correspond with an area of study or major.
International Engineering Studies & Programs, as the name suggests, offers study abroad programs specifically tailored to engineering majors.
The programs offered through this link are specifically for UW-Madison business students and are specifically tailored to business majors
This website offers study abroad programs for students of all majors, but is offered through CALS. CALS also offers “study away” programs that take place in the U.S.
Work or volunteer abroad
This link takes you to the UW-Madison website for the Institute for Regional and International Studies, which is a resource for international studies funded by the U.S. Department of Education.
AIESEC is the world’s largest youth-led, non-profit organization and offers volunteer and internship opportunities all over the world. Volunteer opportunities are six weeks long and usually take place during the summer, and internship opportunities range from six weeks to 18 months and allow students the opportunity to work with international start-ups and businesses.
The Morgridge Center website offers public service and volunteer opportunities for UW-Madison students.
This website is for the UW-Madison branch of the Peace Corps. Peace Corps is a federal program that offers two-year long opportunities in countries all over the world.
STA Travel offers students discounts and travel deals.
This link brings you to the website for the UW-Madison branch of Habitat for Humanity. Habitat for Humanity offers public service and volunteer opportunities all over the U.S.
Babette Travel provides direct listings of internships abroad, information to help you find your ideal accommodation and visa breakdowns to make the visa process a little less complicated.
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