for International Applicants to Duke
of Undergraduate Admissions - Provides information on applying to
Duke for prospective international undergraduate students.
School Admissions - Provides information on applying to Duke for prospective
graduate students. All application requirements discussed pertain to both
U.S. and international students. Items of special relevance to foreign
applicants are given throughout, however, and international applicants
should pay particular attention to these notes.
of Law International Programs Admissions - The LL.M. and S.J.D.
programs are designed for foreign law graduates. Candidates must hold
a first degree in law — the J.D., LL.B., or the equivalent — from an
accredited or comparably recognized law school or law faculty in their
Center at the Fuqua School of Business - serves as the focal point
and coordinating center for international activities throughout the
business school. The Center coordinates Fuqua's multiple international
endeavors, in order to leverage the many past, current and future international
contacts and associations of the individual degree programs.
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.
International Undergraduate Program - Students admitted to this program
join regular Duke undergraduates in the Trinity College of Arts and Sciences
of Duke University as non-degree students for a period of one semester
or one year. Applicants should be full-time students of a university or
college in their home country.
House - provides airport pick-up during August, extensive orientation
programs, special activities for spouses, information on everything
from buying a used car and getting a driver's license to finding a dentist,
housing or ESL classes, programs which pair you with a language partner
or a community member, special activities, emergency loans & advocacy.
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.