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Duke University

Durham, North Carolina

USA

iSC Global Rank:

31

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About

Established in 1924, Duke University is highly ranked among the top universities in the United States. Its mission is to 'provide real leadership in the education world.' The university has produced the third-highest number of Churchill Scholars of any global university and the fifth-highest number of Marshall, Rhodes, Truman, Goldwater, and Udall Scholars of any American university. Its alumni also include 25 Churchill Scholars, 50 Rhodes Scholars, 13 Schwarzman Scholars, and 8 Mitchell Scholars.

Situated in Durham, North Carolina, Duke University offers PhDs and master’s programs in over 80 departments and programs of study. The university campus includes residence halls, 172 acres of open lawns, research labs, tennis courts, a convenience store, a dining hall, a library, a theater, and a gym. Duke University’s Levine Science Research Centre is the largest single-site interdisciplinary research facility of any American university. 

Some Notable alumni of Duke University include Richard Nixon (37th President of the United States), Bill Gates (American Business Magnate), and Melinda Gates (co-founder of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation). A short trip to Durham's streets can take you to Whole Foods and the Regulator Bookshop. Students can also hit downtown to visit the city’s award-winning restaurants, historical sites, and upcoming technology start-ups.

Ranking & Accolades

31

iSC Global

Regional

22

iSC Regional

U.S. News

23

U.S. News

QS

52

QS

Times

23

Times

    1. Duke University ranks "#22" in "Best Global Universities" by "US News & World Report."
    2. Duke University is ranked "#52" in "Top Universities" by "QS World University Rankings."
    3. It is ranked "#20" in "World University Rankings 2022" by "Times Higher Education."

Admission

Here's what Duke University looks for in a student during the selection process. Learn about Duke University's admission criteria, rate, and requirements below.

Acceptance Rate9.9 %

Undergraduate

Application Fee

95 USD

Minimum GPA

-

SAT Range

-

ACT Range

-

IELTS Range

7

TOEFL Range

100 (iBT)

PTE Range

70

Graduate

Application Fee

85 USD

Minimum GPA

-

GRE Range

-

GMAT Range

-

IELTS Range

7

TOEFL Range

577 (pBT) , 90 (iBT)

PTE Range

-

Courses

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Aerospace Engineering - Mechanical Engineering

Doctorate

Degree

-

Tenure

61,900 USD

Tuition Fee

African and African American Studies

Bachelors

Degree

4 years

Tenure

60,488 USD

Tuition Fee

Analytical Political Economy

Masters

Degree

-

Tenure

57,900 USD

Tuition Fee

Analytical Political Economy

Masters

Degree

-

Tenure

60,594 USD

Tuition Fee

Fees

The cost is an important aspect of choosing your dream college. Get detailed information about Duke University’s tuition fees, living expenses and financial aid opportunities below. 

Note: All the costs mentioned below are average costs annually

Undergraduate

Tuition Fee

60,488 USD

Cost of Attendance

81,382 USD

Scholarships

47,836 USD

Accomodation

17,484 USD

Graduate

Tuition Fee

56,923 USD

Cost of Attendance

88,531 USD

Scholarships

47,836 USD

Accomodation

14,181 USD

Highlights

Find miscellaneous information about students, campus and faculty of Duke University below.

Total Students

15912

International Students

20.9%

Student Gender Distribution

Male

Male

50%

Female

Female

50%

Student Faculty Ratio

Students

8

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Faculty

01

Graduation Rate

96.2 %

Avg. Earning after Graduation (annually)

79,667 USD

Accomodation for Undergrad

Available (On-Campus)

Accomodation for Grad

Available (On-Campus)

Saudi Arabian Ministry of Education

Not Approved

Additional Info

Duke University is named after the father of a tobacco magnate, James Duke.

Application Process

Online

International Phone

+1 9196848111

Website

https://duke.edu/

Location

Frequently Asked Questions

Most asked questions related to the university

Was Duke University ever featured in Forbes magazine?
Yes. In 2013, Forbes ranked Duke University 4th in the US for its high Return On Investment (ROI) programs. The same year, Duke Law ranked 6th in Forbes magazine's rankings of Law schools whose graduates earn the highest starting salaries.
Do undergraduate applicants receive financial aid at Duke?

More than 50% of undergraduates receive financial aid at Duke University. All students are considered for merit-based scholarships as soon as they are accepted.

How is Duke University linked with Trinity College?

Duke University was previously known as Trinity College. Now, however, only the Trinity College of Arts and Sciences continues to carry the name.

Currently, how many students are there at Duke University?

Duke University is known for its competitive admissions and excellent academics. It has a student population of over 15,912 with 21% international students.

Does Duke University offer on-campus accommodation?

Yes. There are 76 residence halls and apartments available at the university. All undergraduate students must live on the campus for the first three years of their degree.