University of Wisconsin – Madison
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The University of Wisconsin-Madison (also known as UW-Madison) is a public research university in Madison, Wisconsin, United States, ranked 11th overall among national public universities. The University of Wisconsin-Madison was founded in 1848, it is the official university of Wisconsin, and the flagship campus of the University of Wisconsin System. University of Wisconsin-Madison is one of the most respected universities in the United States, and it enjoys great reputation worldwide in various disciplines and fields. 19 Nobel Prize winners and 33 Pulitzer Prize winners came from this university. Undergraduate and graduate divisions in engineering, mathematics, sociology （ranked 1st among national universities）, education (ranked 5th among national universities), chemistry （ranked 9th among national universities）, philosophy （ranked 9th among national universities）, computer science, economics, business administration etc.. Various engineering majors are ranked in the top 20 nationally, including chemical engineering, nuclear engineering, industrial/systems engineering, environment engineering, computer engineering, civil engineering, materials engineering, mechanical engineering and electrical communication engineering.
The University of Wisconsin-Madison has 13 schools and colleges, 41 libraries serving the campus. The UW-Madison offers more than 140 majors, 3800-plus courses, and 2,000-plus faculty experts to 43,300 students. The average number of students per class is 29, the student-faculty ratio at UW-Madison is 20:1, providing first-class learning resources and academic support to international students.
Madison is located in the Midwestern Wisconsin. For many years, Madison has been named one of the most culturally, safest, health conscious and commercialism, liveable cities in the United States.