Study in the USA at University of Wisconsin-La Crosse
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University of Wisconsin La Crosse is committed to serving all of their students by including and integrating their diverse student population to achieve academic excellence, create an environmentally sustainable campus, welcoming the military, and ensuring that students are prepared in all aspects of their life through wellness.
Founded in 1909, the University of Wisconsin La Crosse is a leading comprehensive four-year institution within the University of Wisconsin system. UWL offer students 91 undergraduate programs and 26 graduate programs to choose from. In 2015, U.S. News & World Report ranked UWL top comprehensive university in the UW System for the fifteenth consecutive year, and the fourth ranked public university in the Midwest.
International Education & Engagement (IEE) is an on-campus and community resource focused on supporting student success by facilitating global experiences for students, faculty, staff, and the community. We strive to support and engage cross cultural understanding through programming, teaching, learning, research, partnerships, and service opportunities.
The English as a Second Language Institute offers a flexible program for non-native speakers of English. Classes are designed primarily for international students who need to improve or strengthen their English for studying at the university. The classes are also appropriate for persons who have a serious interest in studying English as a second language for personal or business reasons.
Classes are offered at six levels of English proficiency. A student’s level is determined by a proficiency test (the La Crosse Battery), which is given before classes begin.
Every semester International Education & Engagement allocates money to students who are greatly involved in educating others about their home country/culture or who wish to study abroad while maintaining a high GPA. The money for these scholarships comes from the Student Association and the UW System Fund. The purpose of this scholarship is to assist students who pay out-of-state tuition (for international students) or to encourage international awareness (for domestic students).
University of Wisconsin La Crosse provides their studetns with free academic advising, tutoring on multiple subjects such as the English language, providing time management and study skills advice and will help you find an internship by determining you career goals and preparing you for your interview.