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Have questions about life at Duke Kunshan University? Tell us here

<p>A birds-eye rendering of the future of DKU, which will greatly increase the size of Duke Kunshan University to include new classrooms, laboratories and more.&nbsp;</p>

A birds-eye rendering of the future of DKU, which will greatly increase the size of Duke Kunshan University to include new classrooms, laboratories and more. 

Duke Kunshan University—a partnership between Duke and Wuhan University—boasts nearly 600 students from more than 40 countries. Following years of planning and designing, DKU finally enrolled its first undergraduate class in Fall 2018. 

But there's a certain mystique that surrounds life at DKU—most Duke students have no idea how student life in Durham compares to the University's overseas partner, so The Chronicle recently launched the Kunshan Report for DKU students to provide a lens into daily life at the new university.

What questions do you have about life at Duke's partner halfway around the world? Let us know, and they could be addressed in a future dispatch in the Kunshan Report:


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