Please note that the MEng Program's application is NOT part of Duke's Graduate School application. In order to apply to the MEng program, use the link below.
Our application is part of ChooseDuke, a university-wide system for applicants. The system requires you to submit information in 3 sections in order to complete your application.
- Answer all required questions and submit form
- Pay the application fee
- Upload all required documents (Please note that the document upload will not fully populate until the application fee has been paid.)
You must also send your official test scores to us using the institution code 5156, department code 5199 for GRE and 99 for TOEFL.
When all 3 sections are complete and your official scores have arrived, your application will be submitted and held for review by the program’s admission committee. If any of these sections are missing, your file will not be considered.
You must log out of any existing social media accounts before attempting to create a Duke social media login. If you need assistance with social media account creation or logging in to ChooseDuke, you may contact our office at email@example.com or request help from our Applicant Help Desk at http://sissoffice.duke.edu/prospectivestudents/chooseduke/applicants.html.
CHECKING APPLICATION STATUS
You can monitor the status of your online application, required documents, and recommendations through your ChooseDuke account. Within 3 business days of submitting your online application, application fee, all required documents, and all letters of recommendation, you should receive an email directing you to log into Duke’s Applicant Self-Service system, where you will be able to check the status of your test scores. Test score data is usually matched within 5 business days after receiving the Self-Service log in information; please give a few days for your scores to appear.
You should log in to ChooseDuke and Duke’s Applicant Self-Service system periodically to ensure that all material has been submitted and test scores have been received. Incomplete applications will either not be considered or will be rejected on the basis of incompleteness.