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  • Postcard from Abroad

  • Dear Office of Study Abroad:

    Duke in Ghana was an amazing, intellectually enlightening, physically challenging, and horizon broadening experience. My prejudicial biases and limited thinking were washed away by the kindness of the Ghanaian people, the beautiful music, and the gorgeous countryside. Anyone who refuses to remain ignorant and dares to…

  • Credit: Cyndie Seraphin
  • Major: NULL
  • Tags: Africa, Duke in Ghana, Ghana, summer
  • Postcard from Abroad

  • Dear Office of Study Abroad:

    Ghana was amazing. It is also a good thing to see how people outside of the United States live and view world events. I thoroughly enjoyed all of my Ghanaian profesors and I learned so much about Ghana as well as myself through our lectures and…

  • Credit: Shari Baker
  • Major: NULL
  • Tags: Duke in Ghana, Ghana, summer
  • Postcard from Abroad

  • Dear Global Education Office:

    I have always wanted to travel to the enigmatic continent of Africa, largely to dispel the stereotypes I heard and experience it for myself. I was given the chance through the Duke in Ghana Program where I was able to immerse myself in the culture while also…

  • Credit: Danish Husain
  • Major: Biomedical Engineering and Economics
  • Tags: Africa, Duke in Ghana, Ghana, summer
  • Postcard from Abroad

  • Dear Global Education Office:

    My heart still longs for Ghana.

    This summer, I had the opportunity to spent six of the most challenging, rewarding, and fun weeks of my life in Ghana. I was immersed into a unique culture, tasted the best pineapples in the world, and spent my time un-thinking…

  • Credit: Laura Okolie
  • Major: International Comparative Studies
  • Tags: Duke in Ghana, Ghana, summer
  • Postcard from Abroad

  • Dear Global Education Office:

    I have grown a lot in the past month and a half. I can honestly say that I pushed myself very far out of my comfort zone and was surprised to find that I was not only perfectly okay, but glad to be outside of it. For…

  • Credit: Ashley Tsai
  • Major: Cultural Anthropology and Women's Studies
  • Tags: Africa, Duke in Ghana, Ghana, summer
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