As a globally-renowned university, Duke attracts students from around the world to its graduate degree programs. We are committed to making the transition to living, studying and working at Duke as smooth as possible.
The information and links below will help you understand how Duke makes international students welcome.
Application & Fees
- International students apply through the same admissions process as U.S. students
- Application fees are the same for international and U.S. students
Unlike many schools, Duke does not require financial support documents as part of the application; instead, students submit this information after they have been admitted and are enrolled in the program
Students have access to intercultural resources and coaching for writing, speaking and interpersonal communications.
Duke’s International House serves Duke's global community on campus.
During the summer, International hosts virtual online sessions to help new students plan their transitions. Closer to the beginning of the academic year, International House holds a Resource Fair and Orientation for international students, which includes an especially helpful session on academic integrity and differences in the style of courses in American universities. Throughout the year, the house provides advice and support to international students and offers extensive cross-cultural information and training to enhance the mission of the university.
International House is located at 300 Alexander Avenue on Duke's Central Campus.