What is Study Abroad?Study Abroad is a period of study at a recognized university outside of the US, during which a student from the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater is enrolled in regular undergraduate degree courses and integrated into the student body and host culture for a full semester or year.
Carlos III University, Madrid, Spain
This exchange is open to students of all majors. Studying in Madrid offers students a wide range of cultural, sports and leisure activities. In addition to getting a quality education at a prestigious university, Madrid is a welcoming city which makes it possible to turn a student's stay into an unforgettable experience. Madrid is one of the most dynamic cities in Europe and attracts students from all over the world. The UC3M campuses, located in Getafe, Leganes and Colmenarejo, are all connected to the city center by public transport. There are many Business and Communications courses taught in English. There are also courses are offered at different levels of proficiency in Spanish. For more information visit:www.uc3m.es
University of Jyväskylä, Jyväskylä, Finland
This exchange is open to students of all majors. Students can choose from a variety of courses at Jyväskylä, including: Journalism, Public Relations, the Humanities, Business, and Economics (Communication classes in English are only available in the spring semester). The student population of JYU is comparable to UW-W, with 13,000 students from 50 different countries. Students can take advantage of great winter sports, as well as the thriving cosmopolitan environment in Jyväskylä. JYU does an excellent job of meeting students' needs by offering arrival services, orientation sessions, tutors and access to university libraries. For more information visit:www.jyu.fi
University Espiritu Santo, Guayaquil, Ecuador
This exchange is open to students of all majors. UEES offers programs for international students in English, Spanish and various levels of Spanish as a foreign language.
The country of Ecuador straddles the Equator on the northwest coast of South America and is characterized by an incredible cultural and geographic diversity that takes in the Galápagos Islands, the coastal areas of the Pacific, the Andean Mountains and the headwaters of the Amazon River.
The location of UEES is in Samborondón, just outside Guayaquil, Ecuador's largest city with a population of approximately 2.5 million. Noted for its hustle and bustle, and the friendliness of its people, Guayaquil is the hub of an active import-export industry and serves as the financial center of Ecuador. For more information