In-Country Programs

Baboon research project in the Amboseli basin of southern Kenya. 

If you’re planning an international project, Duke has resources to help. Whether you’re working on an independent research project or opening an office abroad, Duke’s aim is to adapt to your specific needs.

If you bring the vision, we’ll help you execute it smoothly and safely.


The Global Administrative and Travel Support office can help you determine the type of visa you need for your specific project or activity. They can also help you secure all travel documentation before you leave.


If you need help with banking, renting or purchasing space, hiring people or earning revenue in-country, you and your business manager should reach out to Brendan Murphy, who directs Duke’s global support services.