Deciding to become a graduate student in engineering at UW-Madison is an exciting next step in your academic career. We know you’ll be busy taking classes, working on your research, potentially adjusting to a new city (or country), and in general, trying to navigate the various campus resources and requirements for graduate students.
You’re not alone. In fact, our engineering graduate student coordinators specialize in giving great advice and steering you in the right direction so that you can focus getting an outstanding education.
Working closely with the UW-Madison Graduate School and your faculty mentor, we help you navigate grad school from A to Z—essentially everything from applying to be a graduate student at UW-Madison to the UW Graduate School regulations and the policies and procedures set forth by your individual degree program to your graduation.
We’re super-approachable people and one of the things we like best is truly getting to know our students—
many of whom occasionally drop by our office suite in the Mechanical Engineering Building just to say a quick hello.
Your faculty mentor will act as your academic advisor, meet with you regularly,
and help you articulate a plan for coursework and research.
We’re here for everything else.
In other words, we can help connect you with people, support and resources—as well as help you work through challenges—
so that you can be successful as a grad student.
We can help you:
Capstone certificates: email@example.com
Master’s degrees: firstname.lastname@example.org
Biomedical engineering: email@example.com
Chemical engineering: firstname.lastname@example.org
Civil and environmental engineering: email@example.com
Electrical and computer engineering: firstname.lastname@example.org
Engineering mechanics: email@example.com
Environmental chemistry and technology: firstname.lastname@example.org
Geological engineering: email@example.com
Industrial engineering: firstname.lastname@example.org
Mechanical engineering: email@example.com
Materials science and engineering: firstname.lastname@example.org
Manufacturing systems engineering: email@example.com
Nuclear engineering and engineering physics: firstname.lastname@example.org