• Sophomore, Junior, Senior
• 2.5 cumulative GPA.
• Good academic and disciplinary standing
• Students who choose the Business Track option must be admitted to the Wisconsin School of Business as a BBA student or CIB (Certificate in Business) by the time they study abroad
•If English is not your first language, please contact for assistance with supplemental information that you may be required to submit with your application
• Language Pre-requisite: None
• Open to UW Madison degree seeking students.  Wisconsin residents attending other universities may also apply for the program, though preference will be given to UW Madison degree seeking students.


Arts, Humanities, Social Science, Business

Classroom Language




Program Duration

Spring semester: Mid January - Late April

Application Deadline(s)

TermApplication Deadline
Spring 2015-16 Internship/Service Internship Track 10/9/2015
Spring 2015-16 Business Track 10/9/2015
Spring 2015-16 British Studies Track 10/9/2015
Applications for each of the tracks will be reviewed and accepted on a rolling basis.

Future durations will be posted at a later date.

Questions about this program?
Contact a Peer Advisor!

England, London
UW in London

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Travel to one of the most vibrant cities in the world with a group of your UW-Madison peers!  The UW in London program is located in the heart of London, snug in the Royal Borough (neighborhood) of Kensington and Chelsea.  From here, you can navigate by foot or hop on a double-decker bus to explore long-established libraries, theaters, palaces and museums. UW works closely with the Foundation for International Education (FIE) to help you take advantage of program events and activities to experience British culture and life in the UK.

This engaging spring semester program allows you the unique opportunity of selecting at least one course specifically designed by a UW-Madison professor.  You'll also have the freedom to choose from a variety of additional courses taught by well-respected local instructors.  Classes are specially designed for American students new to London.  Co-curricular excursions with your classmates offer a unique way to contextualize all that you learn about local art, history, theatre and more.

One unique aspect of the UW in London program is the option to select your program track.  Choose the classroom-based British Studies track, the Internship/Service Internship track, or (if you are a Business student) the Business track. 

This program is co-sponsored by the Wisconsin School of Business (WSB) and it satisfies the study abroad requirement of the WSB International Business major.

Interested in learning more?  Contact Sophie, an IAP Peer Advisor who participated on the program.