SUMMER TERM

Summer break - or summer breakthrough?

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Are you a student from another university?

Whether on campus or online, we’d love to have you spend your summer with us! Learn how to apply to take a summer course.

Speak to an advisor at your school and gain prior approval before enrolling in a course. Most schools have a formal process for transferring credits. If you’re a student at another UW System school, see how UW-Madison credits may apply to requirements at your institution using the Transfer Wizard. Then talk to your advisor to make sure transfer credits apply to your major or academic program.

2017 Summer Term Curricular Tracks

UW-Madison Summer Term is a smart, convenient way to make progress toward your degree and gear up for your career. Enjoy student life and summer scenery by taking classes on campus, or learn from anywhere through an online course.  With more than 1,000 courses offered, you can sample courses from several departments, or focus your studies with one of our Curricular Tracks.



Student modeling for a Life Drawing 232 classArts & Humanities

Languages, literature, history, philosophy, film, and related arts and humanities courses provide valuable context that help you sharpen your critical thinking skills, which are crucial for analyzing information and asking intelligent questions, no matter what field you pursue. Study them during Summer Term and you’re bound to have an incredible experience. LEARN MORE >


Diverse group of students from the Language Institutes program gather to sample an ethnic feast and learn about cultures from around the world.Summer Language Institutes
Want to learn a language not typically taught in the United States? From Arabic to Uzbek, we’ve got you covered.  Summer Language Institutes at UW-Madison include classroom instruction, plus field trips and other fun cultural activities. It is a wonderful way to meet other language learners, practice the skills you are learning, and learn something new. LEARN MORE >

2017 Summer Term Curricular Tracks

UW-Madison Summer Term is a smart, convenient way to make progress toward your degree and gear up for your career. Enjoy student life and summer scenery by taking classes on campus, or learn from anywhere through an online course.  With more than 1,000 courses offered, you can sample courses from several departments, or focus your studies with one of our Curricular Tracks.



Student modeling for a Life Drawing 232 classArts & Humanities

Languages, literature, history, philosophy, film, and related arts and humanities courses provide valuable context that help you sharpen your critical thinking skills, which are crucial for analyzing information and asking intelligent questions, no matter what field you pursue. Study them during Summer Term and you’re bound to have an incredible experience. LEARN MORE >


Diverse group of students from the Language Institutes program gather to sample an ethnic feast and learn about cultures from around the world.Summer Language Institutes
Want to learn a language not typically taught in the United States? From Arabic to Uzbek, we’ve got you covered.  Summer Language Institutes at UW-Madison include classroom instruction, plus field trips and other fun cultural activities. It is a wonderful way to meet other language learners, practice the skills you are learning, and learn something new. LEARN MORE >

Are you a student from another university?

Whether on campus or online, we’d love to have you spend your summer with us! Learn how to apply to take a summer course.

Speak to an advisor at your school and gain prior approval before enrolling in a course. Most schools have a formal process for transferring credits. If you’re a student at another UW System school, see how UW-Madison credits may apply to requirements at your institution using the Transfer Wizard. Then talk to your advisor to make sure transfer credits apply to your major or academic program.

Scholarships

Application process opens March 1, 2017.

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Enrollment

Enrollment begins March 2017.

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Courses

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