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As one of our future students, you’ll benefit from working with top faculty, UWM’s research leadership as one of the country’s top 131 research universities (as recognized by the Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher Education), and close-to-it-all location with easy access to leading companies across many industries.

Our close-knit engineering and computer science community provides our students with the opportunities of a top research university and world-class city. UWM’s location means that not only are you minutes from the stunning beaches of Lake Michigan and all of the sporting, cultural and entertainment opportunities of downtown Milwaukee, but you’ll also appreciate the proximity to internships, co-ops and career launches as well.

Our new and redesigned curriculum makes it easier and faster for you to complete your engineering or computer science degree. You’ll also find greater flexibility in the electives available to further customize your experience. 
undergraduate students
UWM is one of the nation’s top 131 research institutions, as named by the Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher Education. You’ll appreciate working with faculty who are leaders in their fields.
graduate students
Competitive engineering and computer science programs, a top-ranked research program, extensive industry collaboration, and notable alumni who include CEO of Microsoft Satya Nadella are just a few reasons international students seek out our programs.
international students
We’ll work together to help you make a smooth transition to UW-Milwaukee. Begin by contacting us as early as possible.
transfer students
Plans change, and industries and careers evolve. Start preparing today so that you’re ready to participate in tomorrow’s workforce. We’re here to help you every step of the way.
adult and returning students
The College of Engineering & Applied Science’s influence extends beyond our campus. We’re active members of our community and support the development of engineering interests in Wisconsin’s secondary schools.
k-12 students
Dean Brett Peters addresses students at a scholarship reception.

Scholarships, Fellowships and Assistance Opportunities

No matter your family’s situation, there are financial aid options that can help make UWM an affordable choice.