Johns Hopkins University

Johns Hopkins University is home to various departments starting from humanities and natural sciences and extending up to engineering and social sciences. The university enrolls both domestic and international students for the academic session starting in August.

Name of the Institution Johns Hopkins University
Type of Institution Private
Location Baltimore,Maryland,U.S.
Courses Offered Bachelors and Masters Degree Programs in:

  • Humanities and Sciences
  • Engineering
  • Business
  • Education
  • Music
  • Nursing

Master Degree Programs in:

  • Medicine
  • Public Health
  • International Studies
  • Bloomberg School of Public Health
  • Whiting School of Engineering
  • Krieger School of Arts and Sciences
  • School of Education
  • School of Medicine
  • Carey Business School
  • Peabody Institute
  • SchoolofNursing
  • SAIS
Admission Procedure/ Eligibility Criteria Undergraduate

International applicants need to submit their application form along with the International Student Certification of Finances form. In addition, they need to also submit their academic performance records of 9th, 10th as well as 11th standard, diplomas and certificates of previously qualified degrees at the time of admission. The SAT/ACT scores are also considered at the time of admission.


A minimum proficiency level in English is required to get admission for graduate studies at JohnHopkinsUniversity. The university considers the IELTS/ TOEFL scores prior to granting admission to the students.

Scholarships/Financial Aid Undergraduate

International students can avail both merit based and need based financial assistance. However, the university offers restricted financial aid programs to international applicants.



Financial aid at the graduate level is awarded on the basis of academic excellence. Individual departments also offer financial support to the students.

Fee Structure Undergraduate

Tuition: $42,280

Room and Board: $12,962*

Matriculation fee: $500 (onetime only fee)

Books and Supplies: $1,200

Other Personal Expenses: $1,000

Travel Expenses: $200-$1,400


  • Arts, Science and Engineering : $42, 280
  • Business: $48,300
  • Education: $577 per credit
  • Medicine: $42,600
  • Nursing: $32,352- $50,844
  • Music: $37,000
  • Public Health: $42,816 -$53,520
Examinations & Results The university follows the semester pattern for conducting examinations
Established in the Year 1876
Facts & Figures
  • Programs: 40 minors and 50 majors
  • Graduates: 1,841
  • Undergraduates: 4,997
  • Number of faculty: 519
  • Student/Faculty ratio: 12:1
  • Orientation programs
  • PeabodyConcert Orchestra
  • Art Auctions
  • Sports events
Distance Learning Programs
  • Applied Economics
  • Museum Studies
  • National Security studies
  • Master of Liberal Arts
  • Governmental Studies
  • Environmental Studies
  • Communication
  • Biotechnology Studies
  • Applied Economics
  • Nursing
  • Medicine
  • Public Health
  • Engineering