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Most Memorable Moment

The people I’ve met here are great. I’ve learned so much from them and I feel like I’ve made lifetime friends. Almost every conversation is shared over food and drinks, and because of that, I feel really connected to the culture here (food smells will always remind me of Korea).

Mai Chou Her

East Asian Studies Certificate/Undecided major
IAP Seoul, South Korea



Actively Serving & Student Veterans

IAP has sent several veterans and actively serving Guardsmen and Reservists abroad on our programs. We recognize that some of you have traveled quite extensively, while others may not have. Either way, studying abroad gives you the opportunity to explore another culture and/or language in an academic setting.

Many veterans can use their benefits to help fund their study abroad experience. The VA Benefits Fact Sheet on Post 9/11 GI Bill and Study Abroad is a useful resource to learn more about what can be used. Contact the VA Certifying Official in the Registrar's Office for specifics: http://veterans.wisc.edu/

Project GO is a Department of Defense initiative aimed at improving the language skills, regional expertise, and intercultural communication skills of current ROTC members. Project GO at the University of Wisconsin-Madison is able to fund the study of Hindi, Russian, and Urdu for summer 2017. Study of these critical languages may take place on the campus of UW-Madison through intensive or immersive summer programs, or through study abroad programs. Students are encouraged to apply to the program options for which they are eligible.