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Most Memorable Experience

I travelled in four different countries, climbed Machu Picchu and Glacier Perito Moreno, took classes in a different language, made new friends and found my way around the chaotic city of Buenos Aires. However, some of the best days abroad involved getting on and off the right bus or providing an Argentine with accurate directions. The sense of accomplishment from those little things made the whole experience that much better.

Julie-Ann Spatz

Legal Studies, Criminal Justice Certificate
IAP Buenos Aires, Argentina



IAP Advising Philosophy

At IAP, we believe that study abroad is an integral part of the UW-Madison learning experience. Our staff considers advising a collaborative process, and ultimately, you - the student - are responsible for being an active and educated participant in your study abroad experience.


IAP Advising Mission

Our mission as advisors at IAP is to serve as a resource through the entire study abroad experience from pre-departure to return. We follow the Guiding Principles for Academic Advising at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

You can expect IAP staff members to:

IAP expects you to: