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Study Abroad Fee
The Duke Study Abroad Fee of $4,580 (2017-2018 rate) per semester will be charged to your Duke bursar account when enrolling in non-Duke administered semester/academic year programs. Please budget accordingly, as this amount is in addition to any amounts charged directly to you by the non-Duke program provider.
Duke in Madrid Facebook Page!
If you're interested in being a Duke in Madrid fan, or just want to receive updates on the program, consider liking us at https://www.facebook.com/DukeinMadrid.

For general study abroad updates at Duke, consider "liking" Duke Global Education at https://www.facebook.com/dukeglobaled.
DUKE IN ISTANBUL FACEBOOK PAGE
If you're interested in being a Duke in Istanbul fan, or just want to receive updates on the program, consider joining us at https://www.facebook.com/DukeInIstanbul.
School of Record Requirement
Please note that Duke students MUST enroll through the School of Record, the University of Rochester, to receive transferable credit for the program.
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UNC Sevilla Home College Approval Form
The Global Education Office for Undergraduates signs your Home College Approval Form for Study Abroad for the UNC Sevilla program. Please feel free to send the form to me by email attachment or bring it to your advising appointment. -Abby Hall (abigail.hall@duke.edu)
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Study Abroad program advisor or home institution form
All non-Duke program home institution advisor/approval forms should be completed by the Global Education Office for Undergraduates at Duke, not your academic advisor or dean. Please drop off the form with the top part completed, or send it to your program advisor via email attachment. We will fax the completed form and email you when it has been sent.

Advisors:
Carolyn Covalt - UK, Ireland, Middle East, and Asia
Abigail Grubbs - North & South America, Spain, Africa, Turkey, and general study away advising
Alayne Wood - Europe (except Spain, Portugal, Ireland and the UK), Oceania
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OTS-Spanish Course
Duke Students: Please note that Spanish 92A does not carry the FL code needed to fulfill Duke's general education foreign language requirement. The course still counts as a graduation credit and will certainly contribute to your knowledge of Spanish, but you should not count it as FL in your long range plan.
"Like" our Facebook page!
Join other Duke Undergraduate Visiting International Students --past, present, and future-- at Facebook by "liking" our page at https://www.facebook.com/pages/Duke-Visiting-International-Student-Program-for-Undergrads/190050334353482. See you there!
Duke in Venice on Facebook!
Interested in keeping up with happenings involving Venice and the Duke in Venice program? "Like" us on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/pages/Duke-in-Venice/241167935961201. See you there!
Duke in China on Facebook!
Interested in learning more about Duke in China - past, present, and future? "Like" us on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/DukeInChina. See you there!
IMPORTANT NOTE REGARDING EARLY START COURSES
PLEASE NOTE: Any “Early Start” courses taken at University College Cork before the beginning of the fall term (Semester 1) will NOT be accepted by Duke as transfer credits and will NOT count towards the required full time course load for the fall term, which is 30 ECTS. If you choose to participate in one of these programs, it will be considered a personal enrichment experience and not an academic one by Duke.
IMPORTANT NOTE REGARDING EARLY START COURSES
PLEASE NOTE: Any “Early Start/ Summer Start Up Programme” courses taken at Trinity College Dublin before the beginning of the fall term (Michaelmas) will NOT be accepted by Duke as transfer credits and will NOT count towards the required full time course load for the fall term, which is 30 ECTS. If you choose to participate in one of these programs, it will be considered a personal enrichment experience and not an academic one by Duke.