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How to Apply - General Admission to the University

Undergraduate

As an incoming Freshman or Sophomore transfer student you should apply to UW-Milwaukee indicating Business as your intended major. You are then considered a business student and receive your advising and orientation services through the Lubar School of Business, Undergraduate Student Services Center.


Students apply to the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee through the Department of Admissions and Recruitment. To apply, visit apply.wisconsin.edu or request an application form by calling the Department of Admissions and Recruitment at 414-229-2222. There is an application fee for first-time UW-System applicants.

International students apply to the university through the Center for International Education. There is also an on-line application available. There is an application and processing fee for international students.

Re-Entry or Second Undergraduate Degree

Students wishing to re-enter the university complete a re-entry application. To apply, visit apply.wisconsin.edu or complete the page paper re-entry application.

Students who have graduated from UWM and wish to pursue a second degree should complete a re-entry application. To apply, visit apply.wisconsin.edu or complete the page paper re-entry application.

There is no fee for re-entering students.

Students who have graduated from somewhere other than UWM and wish to pursue a second degree, should visit

Graduate

Graduate students apply to the university through the UWM Graduate School. The application is referred to the Sheldon B. Lubar School of Business for review and recommendation, then returned to the Graduate School for a final admissions decision. You can use the on-line application, or request an application from the Graduate School by calling (414) 229-6569.

Prospective Executive MBA graduate students apply directly to the Executive MBA program by calling (414) 229-5738.

International students apply to the university through the Center for International Education.