Academic Advisors

GEO Summer 2018 Duke-In Study Away Course Guide

Browse all 30 Duke-In summer study away programs available for summer 2018 and the corresponding academic features – credits, pre-reqs, and curricular codes – ALL IN ONE SPREADSHEET that you can sort, filter, and search. 

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Study Away Program Recommendations by Major

Looking for a study away experience with an emphasis on courses in your major? Use these guides to browse study away/abroad opportunities by major. Download the sheet for your major for a quick guide to summer and semester programs – both Duke-In and Duke-Approved – that GEO recommends for you.  

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DAE or GEO Advisor? Referring Students to Study Away Advising Resources

What's the difference between a DAE for Global & Civic Opportunities and a GEO Advisor? When should I refer students to one versus the other?

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How To Choose a Study Away Program

When it comes to choosing a study away program, the array of options can be overwhelming. It might seem easier to follow friends’ recommendations, but study away is really about your own path. What are you looking for? What are your academic and personal goals? Here’s a list to get you started with evaluating your needs.

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Why Study Away Is Not a Semester Off

Duke administers a strong portfolio of its own study away programs: 30+ summer programs and 15+ semester-long programs. Find out how Duke-In programs are developed initially, and how programs are evaluated and monitored for academic quality on a regular basis.

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Italy Offers More Than Language Study

For students seeking a summer study abroad program in Italy that does not require any pre-requisites or experience with a foreign language, Duke offers two choices in which courses are taught in English:

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Don't Sign That Form

If a student asks for your signature on a form related to study abroad/away, GEO kindly requests that you do not sign the form, and instead ask the student to contact our office for assistance with obtaining necessary signatures.

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Duke Students Challenge International Educators to Consider Questions About Diversity Abroad

We recently asked student groups on Duke’s campus with a stake in issues of diversity abroad to anonymously submit questions and discussion prompts for the international education community. The questions will be shared with attendees at the annual Diversity Abroad Conference in March.

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