International students at Duquesne University can easily find their way around Pittsburgh by using the public transportation system run by the Port Authority of Allegheny County – by bus, train and tram.
Duquesne University honoured 90 international students at the International Graduate Reception held 7 May for graduates, family and friends. The international students graduated from the university during the spring undergraduate and graduate commencement ceremonies on 10 May. They are part of Duquesne’s 1,390 undergraduate and graduate degree students from the class of 2019. According to
“The time I spent at Duquesne University is still one of the best years of my life,” recalls Bindu Dendukuri, a Master of Science in Biotechnology 2013 graduate and now chief executive officer of ForU International Private Limited back in India. After completing her biotechnology degree, Bindu returned to her home country to take over
International students can take advantage of the support services being rendered by Duquesne University’s Centre for Career Development, among which are regular activities to help students prepare for their future careers. Among the Centre’s monthly activities are: (1) workshops on resume writing and mock interviews; (2) Career Café forums on various topics that affect students
Duquesne University is located in the heart of Pittsburgh which is the centre of economic and social activity in Pennsylvania, and international students can take advantage of the innumerable opportunities that are up for grabs in this iconic city that’s recognised for its liveability, welcoming atmosphere and professional opportunity. Pittsburgh has been cited by National