Unemployment numbers continue to fall.
The unemployment rate in Milwaukee is the lowest it’s been since December 2008, and that rate is even lower when you factor in the surrounding area. Milwaukee is open for business, are you ready to lead the way?
We have an endless amount of unique study spots.
Large or small, Milwaukee is full of libraries, coffee shops, and parks that offer endless study opportunities. Whether you want to curl up with your textbook while sipping a latte, or prefer the majestic views of our lakefront parks, we have the perfect place to fit your studying style. Be sure to check out all our public libraries, both large and small.
Who doesn’t like more money?
The US Bureau of Labor Statistics shows that the average Master’s degree recipient will earn over $200 more per week than those with only a Bachelor’s degree. That extra jingle in your pocket will add up in a hurry.
The thriving arts and culture community.
Everyone knows about Summerfest and the Milwaukee Art Museum, but we have so much more to offer. Get lost in an afternoon exploring the Villa Terrace, Museum of Wisconsin Art, and so much more.
You don’t have to take on the financial burden alone.
Most universities offer generous scholarships, endowments, grants, and other forms of financial assistance. You can even work while you learn and earn a stipend in your area of study.
If you are interested in earning your graduate degree, stop by Concordia University Wisconsin’s graduate info session on Monday, February 2nd. Click here for more details or to register.