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Resources for International Students Enrolled @ Duke

English for International Students - The EIS program was created by the Graduate School to help international students improve their speaking and writing skills and prepare for greater success in their academic work. The program offers two courses: oral communication and academic writing. The Graduate School recognizes how important it is for international students to have strong language skills and these courses receive the same credit as courses in the disciplines.

International House - provides orientation upon arrival, programs which pair internationals with U.S. Americans for friendship or language practice, spouses activities, problem solving and advice, a loan closet for furniture and kitchen items, an emergency loan fund, special activities and information on local attractions and travel in the US.

Duke University & Medical Center International Office - Provides information and assistance on: visas; travel to the U.S.; study, research and work options in the U.S.; international student and scholar statistics; and health care and patient services. Links to U.S. government sites such as the Dept. of State, U.S. embassies and consulates, and the INS.
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