Are you passionate about Europe and looking for more ways to learn about EU culture, languages, and politics? Check out the exciting opportunities below.

Student Opportunities

Take your education to a whole new level

European Studies CertificateTake courses that address Europe as a whole or a combination of courses that cover at least three European countries or sub regions from at least two different departments.

Foreign Language and Area Studies (FLAS) Fellowships: Fellowships are available for intensive language study during the summer and for language and area studies during the academic year. FLAS fellowships cover tuition and provide a stipend for either one academic year or for a summer. 

International Academic Programs website: Study abroad in Europe!

International Internship Program: Intern abroad!

Language Tables: Practice a language with other speakers of that language. These conversations take place in a casual setting and include community memebers, students and instructors.

Activities on Campus

Undergraduate research and debate:

All of these events provide an international arena for students to use their knowledge of Europe to solve major dilemmas facing the continent today. For more information contact AJ Carver, acarver@wisc.edu, or visit the Speech and Debate website at https://honors.ls.wisc.edu/speechanddebate/.

Volunteer Opportunities

Additionally, European Studies has volunteer opportunities for graduate and undergraduate students to promote education on European topics with our outreach activities, such as the International Fest and World Appreciation Day.

Contact Eleanor Conrad, ejconrad@wisc.edu, to learn more.