The Department of Romance Studies encourages students to take advantage of international opportunities while at Duke. Listed below you will find some of the options currently available.
Several programs offered through the Duke University Global Education Office for Undergraduates are jointly administered by the Department of Romance Studies, have faculty and staff participants in the programs, or involve a substantial Spanish language component. There are also many other global education programs available that are administered by other organizations. See the Global Education Office website.
Some courses taken through study away may count towards the requirements of the major, with approval of the Director of Undergraduate Studies. Study away courses may fulfill Trinity FL (foreign language) requirements for graduation, but you must petition for a course evaluation. Please follow the checklist procedure.
- Duke in France/EDUCO (Fall, Spring, Academic Year)
- Duke in Montreal (Summer)
- Duke in Paris (Summer)
- Duke in Aix-en-Provence (Summer)
- Duke in Venice (Fall, Spring, Academic Year)
- Intercollegiate Center for Classical Studies in Rome (Fall, Spring, Academic Year)
- Duke in Rome (Summer)
- Duke in Venice (Summer)
- Duke in Bolonga (Summer)
- Duke in Brazil (Summer)
- Duke in Madrid (Fall, Spring, Academic Year)
- Duke in Madrid: Intermediate Track (Fall, Spring, Academic Year)
- Duke in Spain (Summer)
- Duke in Costa Rica (Summer)
- Duke Intensive Spanish in Alicante (Summer)
DukeEngage provides one-time funding for Duke undergraduates who wish to pursue an immersive (minimum of eight weeks) service experience by meeting a community need locally, domestically or internationally. The program currently features multiple international programs in Spanish-speaking countries and regions: