ATTENTION: Duquesne in Dublin Applications are taken on a first-come, first-served basis and space is limited each semester to 20 students. Because of this, semesters can fill early. Once you know which semester you are interested in, apply immediately. All supporting application materials will be due by the posted deadlines.
Academic Advising is Key:
Meet with both your Academic and Study Abroad Advisors: The earlier you plan, the easier it is to integrate a semester abroad into your academic plan.
Academic Advisor: Discuss possible course options and obtain course approvals for the classes you plan to take abroad. You want to make certain that the courses abroad will fulfill your major, minor, elective, and/or core requirements.
Study Abroad Advisor: Gain insights into program options as well as assistance with incorporating an international experience into your college plan.
Application Steps: You will create a New User Profile then your user name and password information will be emailed to you. Follow the link to set up your profile (choose a password that is memorable) and apply to the Duquesne in Dublin Program by selecting the term/semester you would like to attend. Next you must also secure your spot.
How to Secure Your Spot:
You must complete the following to hold your spot; space is limited and held on a first-come, first-served basis. Visit the Applied Students section to learn your next steps.
How to hold your spot?
Submit your $450 Deposit. All deposits can be made through your student account. You can access your student account through DORI at www.duq.edu/dori. In order for your spot to be held, you MUST provide your electronic receipt via email to Danielle Genemore(firstname.lastname@example.org) or bring a paper copy to 601 Duquesne Union.
Request an Academic and Faculty Recommendation: requests must be submitted through DUQ Abroad.
Once these items are submitted, your spot will be held. All supplemental application requirements are due by posted deadlines. Select Applied Students for your next steps.