Student Resources

Career Services

The Duke Engineering Master’s Career Services team and the Duke Career Center offer a wide range of outstanding career support to all engineering master’s students. The aim of Career Services is to help students realize their professional goals while transitioning from Duke into the workplace. Services offered to students include career coaching, content and tools to support student job searches, events for instruction and employer connection, and proactive communication. For more information, visit

Graduate Communications and Intercultural Programs (GCIP)

GCIP is a comprehensive communications and intercultural resource and support center for all engineering graduate students. Serving international and domestic students, GCIP offers individual and small-group coaching by appointment. GCIP also organizes workshops and semester-long courses. To make an appointment with a consultant or learn about other services, visit the GCIP website at

Graduate Student Groups

There are many ways to get involved, make a difference, and connect with fellow students at the Pratt School of Engineering. Pratt has many different student groups that exist within departments, as well as the Engineering Master’s Student Advisory Board, Engineering Master’s Programs Student Clubs, and Engineering Graduate Student Council, which span across all programs and departments. Additionally, the Graduate and Professional Student Government connects and advocates for all of Duke’s graduate and professional students. Students who are interested in learning more about how to get involved should email

Student Engagement and Support

The Duke Engineering Master’s Student Engagement and Support (SES) team provides community building and support opportunities to all engineering master’s students. The SES team oversees the Engineering Master’s Student Advisory Board and Engineering Master’s Student Clubs, and supports students individually with a variety of personal needs. From onboarding and new student orientation through graduation, the SES encourages students to get involved in the engineering master’s experience. The SES team also has a broad set of supports and resources available to assist students with a variety of personal and professional needs. To contact SES, email