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American Culture and English Program (ACE)

At a glance

When: July 7-28, 2018. Last day to register is April 20.

Where: UW-Madison campus, Madison, WI

Cost: $4,999. Includes a double room, classes, local transportation, activities, all meals, and international health insurance

Continuing education credit: 100 hours (10.0 CEUs)

For questions or additional information about the ACE program: Contact us at ace@dcs.wisc.edu or 608-262-1156.

For questions about UW-Madison: Email info@dcs.wisc.edu or call 608‑262‑1156, or visit our Frequently Asked Questions page.

Learn while having fun at a world-class university

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American Culture and English (ACE) is a three-week residential program for international high school students who want exceptional instruction in the classroom and an engaging experience outside of class.

Improve your English and enjoy American life at one of the world’s best public universities, the University of Wisconsin-Madison. You’ll meet new friends in a warm and welcoming city, engage in fun activities, and take day trips to nearby metropolitan areas.
 

At a glance

When: July 7-28, 2018. Last day to register is April 20.

Where: UW-Madison campus, Madison, WI

Cost: $4,999. Includes a double room, classes, local transportation, all meals, and activities.

Continuing education credit: 100 hours (10.0 CEUs)

For questions or additional information about the ACE program: Contact us at ace@dcs.wisc.edu or 608-262-1156.

For questions about UW-Madison: Email info@dcs.wisc.edu or call 608‑262‑1156, or visit our Frequently Asked Questions page.

 

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Meet your program directors

Photo: Christine Inthachith

Christine Inthachith

(MA, UW-Madison) directs international non-credit programs in the Division of Continuing Studies, including the precollege American Culture and English (ACE) program and UW Advance Programs, customizable programs for international students age 18 and older. Christine has extensive international experience, including consulting, teaching, and volunteer work in Southeast Asia and Central America. Contact her at ace@dcs.wisc.edu.


Photo of Monique Lu

Monique Lu

(BA, Chinese Language and Literature, Tsinghua University, Beijing, China) is the assistant director of the UW Advance program and ACE. She provides general assistance and support to the international noncredit programs in the Division of Continuing Studies.

 


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