More than 50 percent of Duke undergraduates have a significant international experience during their time at Duke.
- The Global Education Office for Undergraduates (GEO-U) offers more than 40 Duke-administered international programs
- DukeEngage has provided more than 3,600 undergraduates with opportunities for immersive service learning in nearly 70 countries
- DukeImmerse offers a number of programs with global themes and international travel opportunities
- Duke's international and area studies centers organize global programs and events on campus
- The international comparative studies major combines region-focused coursework, foreign language courses and study away opportunities to give students a deep understanding of global dynamics
To learn more about global learning at Duke, contact the Academic Advising Center’s global advisors, who can help you explore curricular, co-curricular and study abroad opportunities for global and civic engagement.