Summer Language Courses

The following language courses will be taught in Summer 2019.  Current UW-Madison students can search for the courses in the Enroll App. Those who are not current UW-Madison students must first apply for Special Student status in order to enroll.

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French

FRENCH 101: First Semester French

FRENCH 102: Second Semester French

FRENCH 203: Third Semester French

FRENCH 204: Fourth Semester French

Italian

ITALIAN 101: First Semester Italian

ITALIAN 102: Second Semester Italian

Japanese

ASIALANG 204: 4th semester Japanese

Korean

ASIALANG 205: 3rd Semester Korean

ASIALANG 206: 4th Semester Korean

Norwegian

SCAND ST 404: Norwegian Language 1 (online)

SCAND ST 404: Norwegian Language 2 (online)

Portuguese

PORTUG 301: Intensive Portuguese

PORTUG 302: Intensive Portuguese

Russian

SLAVIC 101: First Semester Russian

SLAVIC 102: Second Semester Russian

SLAVIC 117: Intensive Second Year Russian

SLAVIC 118: Intensive Second Year Russian

Spanish

SPANISH 101: First Semester Spanish

SPANISH 203: Third Semester Spanish

SPANISH 204: Fourth Semester Spanish

SPANISH 224: Introduction to Hispanic Literatures

SPANISH 311: Advanced Language Practice

SPANISH 319: Topics in Spanish Language Practice

SPANISH 319: Topic: Medical Spanish

Intensive Summer Language Programs

Each summer around 200 undergraduate students, graduate students, professionals, and others come to UW-Madison to study a language at the Wisconsin Intensive Summer Language Institutes (WISLI).  WISLI is host to five summer language institutes which offer high-quality courses in 30 less commonly taught languages:

Arabic
Bengali
Brazilian Portuguese
Burmese
Dari
Filipino
Gujarati
Hindi
Hmong
Indonesian

Javanese
Kazakh
Khmer
Lao
Malayalam
Marathi
Pashto
Persian
Sanskrit
Sinhala

Tajik
Tamil
Telugu
Thai
Tibetan
Turkish
Urdu
Uyghur
Uzbek
Vietnamese

Non-Credit Programs

UW-Madison’s Division of Continuing Studies offers friendly, welcoming classes taught by leading language experts from UW-Madison and across the region.Who: Any adult who wants to learn a new language or improve their current language skills.

How: In-person classes on weekdays, evenings, and weekends, or online classes from anywhere in the world.

Learn more online or contact Christopher Moore at christopher.moore@wisc.edu or 608‑262‑7389.