University of Wisconsin-Madison

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University of Wisconsin-Madison is located in Madison, Wisconsin.

It is ranked as #47 in Best National University.

Kiplinger ranking is 4.

It is a public University.

University of Wisconsin-Madison offers following types of degrees and certificate programs:

  • Less than one year certificate
  • Bachelor's degree
  • Postbaccalaureate certificate
  • Master's degree
  • Post-master's certificate
  • Doctor's degree in research
  • Doctor's degree for professional practice

Acceptance rate at University of Wisconsin-Madison for undergraduate program was 54.41%.

Last year, 43896 students applied for undergraduate program and 23886 got accepted.

Acceptance rate of 54.41% makes it not so competitive to get admission.

11858 enrolled in graduate programs, which includes on campus and online Master's programs.

604 are reported as enrolled exclusively in distance education and 540 are enrolled in at least one distance education course, but not all distance education.

University of Wisconsin-Madison had 34640 students enrolled in undergraduate programs.

588 students were enrolled in top 6 Masters degree programs.

University of Wisconsin-Madison offers 161 graduate programs specialization.

University of Wisconsin-Madison does not have an open admission policy. It’s admission process is not so competitive.

Please help us understand your decision to enter the historical profession, especially at a time when the academic job market is in decline, and how you see your own role in it. Throughout the year, the Graduate Program sponsors various workshops intended to help students negotiate specific milestones of graduate study and to assist them in preparing for and going on the job market as they near completion of the Ph.D. Our programming currently includes:. They are open to a limited number of students who expect to be actively on the job market in the fall. Our program is committed to helping its graduates seek and secure employment following the completion of their Ph.D. Since the financial crisis in 2008, the academic job market has softened markedly.


University of Wisconsin-Madison has been ranked 47


Acceptance Rate: 57.25%


Tuition for Graduate Programs: $25,523

Under Graduate Program Tuition: $38,630

Financial Aid

Average Amount of Financial Aid Awarded: -

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University of Wisconsin-Madison most popular Master's Degree programs with respect to student count are

  • Social Work : 167
  • Medicine : 159
  • Econometrics and Quantitative Economics : 156
  • Law : 147
  • Pharmacy : 128

University of Wisconsin-Madison most popular under graduate programs with respect to student count are

  • Computer and Information Sciences : 485
  • Economics : 422
  • Psychology : 349
  • Biology and Biological Sciences : 334
  • Political Science and Government : 242
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