University of Wisconsin-Madison ／ ウィスコンシン大学マディソン校
|Number of students||5 ( including number of student spots slided from AY2020 : 2） *Updated September 11, 2020|
|Eligibility||Students enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate program|
|Period of study||September - May|
|Location||301 Red Gym 716 Langdon Street Madison, Wisconsin 53706, U.S.A.|
|University profile||In achievement and prestige, UW-Madison has long been recognized as one of America's great universities, regularly ranked as one of the top three public research universities in the United States. Many of UW-Madison's academic programs are ranked among the best in the nation with more than 400 degree tracks and over 5,100 courses. A public, land-grant institution, UW-Madison offers a complete spectrum of liberal arts studies, professional programs, and student activities. Spanning 933 acres along the southern shore of Lake Mendota, the campus is located in the city of Madison. Madison is one of the hubs of education, business, and culture in the state of Wisconsin, and known for a vibrant entertainment and performing arts scene.The state of Wisconsin is very famous for its dairy products, especially cheese.|
|Undergraduate programs open to exchange students||https://studyabroad.wisc.edu/exchange/course-enrollment/|
|Undergraduate programs NOT open to exchange students||
Professional schools (Medicine, Veterinary Medicine, Pharmacy, Nursing, Law, Education, etc). Economics courses are available to exchange students, but are very popular and fill quickly during enrollment time. Some courses in Journalism are also not open to exchange students.
Business Courses: Students will not receive priority enrollment for courses in the Wisconsin School of Business. They may have to wait until after the regular enrollment period is complete or even until they arrive in Madison to enroll in these courses. Many courses may be full by the time exchange students can enroll. Exchange students should not assume they can enroll in business when making decisions about whether to attend the UW-Madison exchange program.
|Graduate programs open to exchange students||The same fields as described above for the undergraduate program|
|Graduate programs NOT open to exchange students||Professional schools (Medicine, Veterinary Medicine, Pharmacy, Nursing, Law, Education, etc)|
|Minimum GPA (UG)||None, but students must have an acceptable GPA as determined by Keio University staff.|
|Minimum GPA (G)||Same as above.|
|Minimum language proficiency (UG)||TOEFL iBT 95 or IELTS 6.5|
|Minimum language proficiency (G)||Same as above.|
Classes begin: Early September
Classes end: Late December
Classes begin: Mid-January
Classes end: Mid-May
|Important university website for exchange students||www.studyabroad.wisc.edu/exchange|
Students will be contacted by UW Housing with instructions on how to apply for the residence halls. University housing cannot be guaranteed and the university is not able to offer housing to all exchange students anymore. Students are also allowed to make their own housing arrangements.