University of Wisconsin-Madison: UW–Madison graduate schools rank high in U.S. News guide

UW–Madison graduate programs are once again ranked among the nation’s best in the 2023 edition of U.S. News & World Report’s “Best Graduate Schools.”

“UW–Madison has long been a national leader in graduate education,” says John Karl Scholz, provost and vice chancellor for academic affairs. “Our faculty and staff are deeply committed to graduate training and it’s gratifying that our colleagues receive this recognition for their efforts. We know our students take what they’ve learned here and go on to contribute to the public good through research and service.”

Twelve UW–Madison graduate programs are ranked in the top 20 with the School of Education ranking fifth, marking the ninth straight year it has ranked in the top five. It is the only school in the nation to have a top 10 ranking in all nine graduate specialty programs, including the No. 1-ranked Educational Psychology program. Read more about the School of Education here.

“We are proud of the high quality, wide-ranging disciplines UW–Madison offers to graduate students,” says William Karpus, dean of the Graduate School. “Our students are committed to their fields and we are committed to their success, both during their time on campus and in preparing them for their next career step.”

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