UWSP offers more than ten semester-long programs.
Unless specifically stated, all programs are open to any and all students
eligible for admittance into UWSP. The variety of our programs makes it possible
to serve most of the students, nationwide, who are interested in studying
For a comparison of semester abroad program costs, click
Fall or Spring Semester (offered both terms)
The Semester in Britain: London, is based at the University of London
Birkbeck. Participants have a wide choice of course options variety of courses
from which to choose, although they are not eligible to take all University of
London courses. See the factsheet for further details. A UWSP faculty-staff
leader will accompany the group on the entry tour and then to London. The same
is true of the London Internship offerings.
The Semester in Liverpool is a special model; not
unlike the Semester in London program, UWSP students going to London will have
access to many classes at Liverpool Hope University (LHU), but not all. The
course list can be seen on the factsheet page.
NOTE: UWSP students studying Art,
Dance, Design, Music and Theater, do have the chance to participate in an
individually designed program just for them. These students can get up to 12
credits in their majors and benefit for the tutorage of LHU faculty mentors.
For more information on this option PLEASE contact the Director/Associate Director
of UWSP International Programs. Students will need to submit a portfolio.
Direct matriculation programs*: with these trips you will go directly to
the university abroad and are able to take all classes there for which you are
have the prerequisites:
Fall Semester Only
(Classes in Poland are taught in English, although 4-8 credits of Polish
language are offered. A UWSP faculty leader will accompany the group. )
Spring Semester Only
We suggest you visit the UWSP Foreign Languages Department
website for more information on language courses on campus and also to learn
about their scholarship opportunities for UWSP students.
in Hungary are taught in English, although 4-8 credits of Hungarian language are
* Requires a cumulative GPA of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale. Some exceptions can be
made, please contact the office.
** Requires Previous Language Study