The mission of CEAS is to support the study of East Asia, foster a cohesive community on campus, and disseminate knowledge and cultural literacy. CEAS hosts events on topics related to: China, Taiwan, Korea and Japan.
The UW-Madison Libraries East Asian Collection supports the teaching, research, and outreach missions of the university by providing access to and delivery of information from and related to East Asia.
International Student Services (ISS) offers a wide variety of services and programs to international students at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. The ISS staff provides information and programs to international students about the campus and community and provide support and assistance concerning visas and related immigration issues.
IAP makes international experiences affordable for undergraduates, graduate and professional students. Scholarships are available from IAP, the International Division, plus other sources on and off campus. IAP is a branch of the UW International Division.
The East Asian Legal Studies Center provides programs and activities related to the people and academic institutions of East and Southeast Asia. The Center formalizes and expands the Law School’s academic interactions with universities, government ministries, and the private sector.
Asian Languages and Cultures is the central hub for the study of language and culture in Southern and Eastern Asia.
The Parent Program is a service provided by the Visitors and Information Projects Center of the University Relations. Parenting programs will help parents stay in touch with the school and continue to provide you with various resources while your child is in school.
IIP offers grants for students enrolled in the Worldwide Internship Program for credit, and provides information on other funding sources for internships. IIP is a branch of the UW International Division.
The Chinese Studies Collection at UW-Madison contains over 210,000 physical volumes and other digital resources in the Chinese language. The collection also consists of large volumes and electronic resources in non-Chinese languages related to Chinese Studies.
The Department of Communication Arts Center for Film and Theater Research hosts an unusual collection of rare Taiwanese films from the 1960s and 1970s, many of them unknown even in Taiwan itself.
The International Division leads efforts at the University of Wisconsin–Madison to cultivate international scholarship and engagement, promote global awareness, and prepare students for a diverse and interconnected world.