As a truly global business school, Duke’s Fuqua School of Business has experience with students of diverse backgrounds and varied career aspirations. At both Fuqua and Duke Kunshan, career coaches will work closely with you. They’ll help you identify your unique strengths and challenges, teach you to navigate the hiring landscape, and provide you with the best resources available.
Non-U.S. citizens and permanent residents in the MMS: Duke Kunshan University program wishing to work in the U.S. should be aware that because they will study at Duke for less than a full academic year, they will not be eligible for Optional Practical Training. For more information, visit the Duke Visa Services Office.
International graduates from universities both in and outside of China are allowed to apply for Chinese work visas. They are required to have a guaranteed job with a Chinese firm in an area that matches their degree offering a reasonable salary. Some restrictions do apply. For more information, visit China’s Ministry of Human Resources and Social Security information page.