Amazing Connections and Friendships in Just One Month

By Carter Lovvorn

The great thing about this program is that you get a full overview of the way the public health system works in a different country. You don’t have to be super into global health—there is a breadth of study and opportunity on the program. And you will still have plenty of time for activities with your host family and to explore Costa Rica!

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Duke in Venice (Fall 2019) Info Session
Location: Languages 114 B
Time: 05:00 PM - 06:00 PM
Duke in Madrid Drop-In Advising
Location: Smith Warehouse, Bay 8, 2nd Floor, Room B218
Time: 03:00 PM - 04:30 PM

GEO Summer 2019 Duke-In Study Away Course Guide

Browse over 60 Duke-In summer study away courses available for summer 2019 and the corresponding academic features – pre-reqs, AOK, MOI, crosslistings – all in one spreadsheet that you can sort, filter, and search. 

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Ask Away: Q+A with Duke Students about Study Away

Get ready to 'Ask Away'! This series of events and resources will help you connect with alumni of various study away programs. Check out the new GEO Peer Advisors, Q+A videos, student panel events, and a searchable directory of 190+ ambassadors!

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Duke in Paris Info Session
Location: The LINK, Classroom 1
Time: 05:30 PM - 06:30 PM

Jabril Wilson's Duke in Ghana Summer

"Without this study abroad experience, I would have still been indecisive about my path here at Duke. Now, I am on the right track with research and a senior thesis."

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VIDEO: 'Out in the World' Study Away Q+A with LGBTQ+ Identifying Duke Students

Interested in studying abroad but have questions about LGBTQIA+ topics in an international context? In this video, a panel of Duke students who have studied abroad talk about their experience as an LGBTQIA+ identifying person outside of the U.S. 

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Family Weekend Info Session & Student Panel
Location: Penn Pavilion, Event Room 2
Time: 11:30 AM - 12:30 PM

My Duke in Paris Experience

By Ebony Hargro

"Biggest takeaway: the world is mine. In Paris, I became so comfortable with the city by the end of my six weeks there that I could navigate the Paris alone with no trouble. Strangers were surprised when I told them I was American. It was quite the empowering experience and I realized I really loved big cities!" 

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