Learn more about UW-La Crosse!

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Learn more about UW-La Crosse!

  1. 1. University Of Wisconsin
  2. 2. One of the most scenic and beautiful area in the country. A city on the banks of the Mississippi river, with a population of 52,000 , is a regional center for shopping, business and industry. La Crosse combines big city excitement with small-town warmth and neighborliness. La Crosse
  3. 3. …..a 15 minute walk from campus
  4. 4. University of Wisconsin – La Crosse Join the minds of excellence…
  5. 5. A Tradition of Excellence UWL Rankings – U.S. News & World Report ranks UW-L • 2nd for Midwest regional public universities in its 2009 edition of “America’s Best Colleges” – Kiplinger ranks UW-L • 39th for 100 best values in public colleges across the country
  6. 6. • Total Enrollment 10,000 • Undergraduates 8,500 • Graduates 1,500 • International 400 Enrollment
  7. 7. UWL by the Numbers • Academic Programs – 88 undergraduate majors in 44 disciplines – 30 graduate programs • Student/Faculty Ratio: 24:1 • Average Class Size: 29 • Sophomore Retention: 87% • New Freshman Profile – Average High School Class Rank is in the 84th Percentile – 80% of our incoming freshman students graduated in the top 25% in their high school
  8. 8. English as a Second Language Institute Reading Writing / Grammar Listening Speaking Pronunciation Testing Skills/TOEFL GMAT Preparation The university’s Modern language laboratory is equipped with computers, VCRs, DVD players and TV monitors.
  9. 9. Conditional Admission • No TOEFL or IELTS required • Apply as an undergraduate student • Must take the La Crosse Battery (ESL Test) upon arrival at UWL • Above 79: Admitted into Undergraduate Program • Between 74 – 79: 2-3 courses of ESL and 2-3 undergraduate courses • Below 74: All ESL courses
  10. 10. College of Business Administration Accountancy Business Administration Economics Finance General Management and Technology Human Resources Information Systems International Business International Management Marketing
  11. 11. College of Science and Health Biology Chemistry Computer Science Geography Mathematics Medical Laboratory Science Microbiology Nuclear Medicine Technology Occupational Therapy Physical Assistant Studies Physics Radiation Therapy
  12. 12. College of Science and Health cont. Athletic Training Community Health Education Exercise and Sport Science School Health Education Recreation Management Therapeutic Recreation
  13. 13. College of Liberal Studies Archaeology English French German Studies History Philosophy Political Science Psychology Public Administration Sociology Spanish Archeology Center
  14. 14. College of Liberal Studies-School of Arts and Communication Art Communication Music Theatre Arts
  15. 15. College of Liberal Studies -School of Education Elementary/Middle Education Science ( Broad field ) Social Studies ( Broad field )
  16. 16. Graduate Programs Biology Clinical Exercise Physiology Business Administration Community Health Education Education-Professional Development Exercise and Sport Science Software Engineering Physical Therapy Reading Recreation Management School Health Education School Psychology Student Affairs Administration Special Education Therapeutic Recreation
  17. 17. General Admission Requirements • Undergraduate: – GPA 2.5 – TOEFL 73 iBT/213 CBT or IELTS 6.0 • GRADUATE: – GPA 2.85 – TOEFL 79 iBT/213 CBT or IELTS 6.0 – Other requirements dependant on program
  18. 18. Tuition Item Undergraduate (2 semesters) Graduate (2 semesters) ESL Study (1 semester) Tuition 16,061 18,848 5,477 Fees 300 300 300 Health Insurance 848 848 424 On-campus Housing 4,820 4,820 2,410 Meal Plan 2,390 2,390 1,195 Estimated Total 24,419 USD 27,206 USD 9,806 USD **Estimated costs may vary from actual costs per year**
  19. 19. Scholarships • Academic Initiative Scholarship – Up to $1,000 USD per semester • OIE Int’l Chancellor’s Non Resident Waiver – Up to $1,500 USD per semester
  20. 20. Scholarship Requirements 1. Complete scholarship application 2. Degree-seeking student 3. Meet English TOEFL or IELTS requirements 4. One page personal statement 5. Two letters of recommendation – Academic Initiative Scholarship • G.P.A – 3.0 or B average – OIE International Chancellor’s Non-resident Waiver • G.P.A – 3.5 or AB average
  21. 21. Application Deadlines Fall Semester • Undergraduate: June 15th • Graduate: May 1st – Some programs are: February 1st Spring Semester • Undergraduate: November 15th • Graduate: November 15th – Check individual graduate program
  22. 22. Academic and Career Services  Help Students Explore Majors  Guidance for Transferring Students  Internship Opportunities  Graduate School Information  Corporate Employer Career Events
  23. 23. International Student Services • Week-long orientation sessions • Airport pickup upon arrival • Dormitory Check in • Update Visa Status • Class Registration • Student Activities & Leadership • Local American Friendship Families • Student Health Center
  24. 24. Contact 116 Graff Main Hall 1725 State Street La Crosse, WI 54601 USA Email: uwlworld@uwlax.edu Telephone: (608) 785-8016 Homepage: www.uwlax.edu/oie Office of International Education
  25. 25. THANK YOU
  26. 26. Music: Rajesh Roshan Produced By Office Of International Education University Of Wisconsin La Crosse

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