University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee

UWM is an institution of higher education that serves 28,000+ students, offering 186 degree programs including 93 bachelor’s, 59 master’s, and 34 doctoral. We boast world-class faculty who sponsor a broad curriculum across 14 schools and colleges, inspired by academia throughout the ages and 21st-century career opportunities and scientific discovery. UWM is a university with high research activity, which means scholars from freshman year through post-doctoral fellowship have myriad opportunities to test their ideas and enhance their resumes through research, internship and international learning opportunities.

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