Follow the link at the bottom of this page and use the advanced search features to find a study abroad program appropriate for you. You will be able to search for both Duke and Duke-approved programs based on a number of parameters such as country and language of instruction. At the bottom of the page you can indicate whether you would like the results sorted by program name, city, country, or region.
Before searching for a program, you might want to review the difference between Duke administered and Duke approved programs, which can be found on the Getting Started page.
Detailed information on all Duke administered programs is available by using the menu on left side of this page.
If you wish to see a complete list of all non-Duke administered approved programs, follow the link below to conduct a search or click here. Programs that are approved for the summer term are indicated with "summer" in parentheses next to the program name. Otherwise students should assume that a program is only approved for the semester or academic year.
Please note that students who register to study on programs administered by institutions other than Duke University will pay the tuition and fees of the administering university. Students will be subject to a study abroad fee payable to Duke University, to maintain a student's enrollment at Duke. More information is available here.
If a student is interested in a program that does not appear of the list of approved programs, s/he must meet with a study abroad advisor to discuss the viability of that program. Please consult the Contact Us page for a list of advisors and the regions for which they advise. Using the Advanced Search, students should search for the program named "Petition" and click "Apply Now" to start an advising application. For more information on the petition process click here.
To set up an advising appointment, make an appointment online. Luca Lipparini advises for all students with last names A-M. Jamie Snow advises for all Oxford programs and students with last names N-Z.
The Duke University Marine Lab (DUML) offers undergraduate semester and summer courses onsite in Beaufort, NC. Several of the courses feature field work or short excursions abroad. Visit the DUML website for more information.