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    Johns Hopkins University: Rankings, Courses, Admissions, Tuition Fee, Cost of Attendance & Scholarships

    Baltimore, MarylandLocation
    UniversitySchool type
    Estd 1876established year
    27092enrollment
    MSCHE
    Private (Not for Profit)
    7.2/10

    Located in Baltimore, Maryland, Johns Hopkins University or JHU is a private research university founded in1876.  Johns Hopkins University offers around 80 undergraduate and over 130 graduate courses to its candidates. JHU currently ranks #25 in the world as per QS 2021 world university rankings, making it among the top 1% universities in the world.

    Through its nine schools of JHU servers over 24,000 students. Currently home to over 20% of the international student population from over 120 countries, the institute charges around 55,350 USD a year for degree programs (may vary as per the choice of course). Johns Hopkins University admissions follow an application deadline of January 4 and expect a nonrefundable fee of 70 USD. International applicants are required to apply via the coalition application portal or common application portal for UG courses.

    This private university is known to put more money into research than any other institution in the US. Apart from offering its students great research opportunities, the university has over 300 student clubs and societies, 24 varsity sports teams, and plenty of other co-curricular to indulge in. Offering a complete student package, JHU is rated a solid 8.2 as per student reviews with an excellent score of 9.0 in academics. 

    Top Johns Hopkins University Courses

    Programs Fee Per Annum Important Dates
    M.B.A $62,500 Round 4: June 1, 2021
    M.Sc Finance $71,600 Round 3: March 31 (now closed)
    M.Sc Applied Economics $1,34,970 Jan 7, 2021 (now closed)
    M.A Applied Mathematics and Statistics $55,350 3 months before the semester starts
    M.Sc Biomedical Engineering $4,440 4-6 weeks before the semester starts
    M.Sc Civil Engineering $4,440 Registration opens- July 9
    M.Sc Electrical and Computer Engineering $4,440 Applications currently open for fall 2021
    B.Sc Biology $55,350 January 4 (closed)
    B.A Chemistry $55,350 January 4 (closed)
    Bachelors in Mechanical Engineering $55,350 January 4 (closed)
    B.Sc Civil Engineering $55,350 January 4 (closed)
    B.Sc Computer Engineering $55,350 January 4 (closed)

    The university provides an array of diverse courses for international students including over 79 baccalaureates, 130 master's, 76 doctoral, 95 certificate programs. It offers a flexible online, part-time and full-time MBA through The Carey Business School. The business school offers two MBA programs that prepare business leaders to meet the complex challenges in the modern global marketplace.

    There are dual programs such as MBA/MA, MBA/B.Sc, MBA/MD, etc programs offered to students. Popular programs at JHU include Bioengineering, General Medicine, Neuroscience, Public Health, Biology, Biomedical Engineering, Computer, and Information Sciences. There is a Masters in Special Education offered as concentrations in Mild-to-Moderate Disabilities and Severe Disabilities.

    Johns Hopkins University Rankings

    The university is ranked at the following positions by different surveys:

    • 12th in the list of World University Rankings by Times Higher Education in 2021 
    • 25th in QS Global World Rankings in 2021. 
    • 1st out of 14 in the list of Best Universities for English in Maryland by Niche in 2020
    • 9th in the list of National Universities by U.S. News and World Report in 2021

    Highlights

    College Type Private
    Annual Endowment 4.33 billion USD
    Student Retention Rate 72%
    Work-study program Yes
    Mode of Program Full time; Part-time; online
    Campus Housing Capacity 51%
    Application Fee 70 USD
    Application Deadline January 2
    Acceptance rate 13%
    English language proficiency score TOEFL or equivalent
    Financial Aid Available as grants, awards, and scholarships
    Admission Helpdesk 410-516-8000

    Johns Hopkins University Campus and Accommodation

    Campus

    • The institute has four main campuses viz Home wood, East Baltimore, Peabody, and Harbor East. It has 10 divisions spread out across 10 campuses on three continents.
    • The university provides more than 400 student-run organizations to choose from. 
    • It also has 24 varsity sports teams for men and women. It is reported that more than half of undergraduates at the institute partake in intramural or club sports.
    • There are more than 50 community service groups at the organization.

    Housing Facilities/Residence

    There are nine undergraduate residence halls and apartments. Common features of rooms include beds, drawers, wardrobe, dresser, desk and chair, reading table and lamp, waste bin and window blinds. Most floors are single-sex but there are co-ed living options too. There's LGBTQ housing for students with different sexual orientations.

    The institute does not offer residency to graduate students. Admitted graduate students are to make independent housing plans for themselves before arrival. There is the Transitional Graduate Housing Program that allows graduate students to stay on campus between June and the end of July and it has very limited availability.

    Off-Campus housing options around the neighbourhood for graduate students include Roland Park, Charles Village, Mt. Vernon, Hampden, Waverly, Guilford, etc. Disabled students are eligible for JHU disability accommodations only if they formally request them and provide appropriate supporting documentation on time.

    Johns Hopkins University Application Process

    Recent Updates:

    • Renowned for its unparalleled and exceptionally brilliant MBA program, Johns Hopkins University is currently accepting applications for the same. 
    • Applications to graduate programs with the engineering school of Johns Hopkins University are also currently open.
    • Upcoming applications for Masters in finance March 31.

    How to Apply?

    To get admission to Johns Hopkins you must note the following:

    Application portal: Coalition Application and Common Application for undergraduates. Program application page for graduates.

    Application fee: 70 USD for undergraduates. 75 USD or as specified by the Graduate Program

    Application Deadline: January 4

    Supporting documents: Official transcripts, Secondary School Report, Two Teacher Evaluations, Signed Early Decision Agreement (for early decision applicants), Mid-year Report, SAT or ACT for undergraduates who attended U.S. high schools, Language test scores, Essays, Baccalaureate degree, GRE/GMAT (if required), Statement of Purpose, Résumé/CV, Recommendation letter(s), Specific program requirements, Professional Credential Evaluation, International Certification of Finances Form and Bank Statement, and Financial Support Documents. 

    English Language Requirements

    Johns Hopkins University Cost of Attendance

    For aspirants looking to enrol at the university in the coming sessional year, an estimated budget for international students looking to study in the US has been tabulated below.

    Type of Fee Amount (USD)
    Tuition UG - 54,160
    PG - 57,010 (for most programs)
    MBA - 62,500
    Matriculation fee 500
    Room and Board 16,310 (On-Campus) 12,235 (Off-Campus)
    Books and Supplies 1,250
    Personal Expenses 1,118
    Health insurance 2,206
    Total 72,659-76,734

    Johns Hopkins University Financial Aids

    The institute provides international students with financial aid in the form of grants, fellowships, student jobs, and scholarships for international students to study in the USA. About 54% of First-Year students receive grants. The average Need-Based grants for first-year students is 48,000 USD.

    Nearly 88% of families with income less than 200,000 USD receive Hopkins grants. International students who wish to apply for financial aid must submit the International Student Certification of Finances form including the Bank Verification with their applications.

    Studentships available for international candidates at the university include:

    • International Scholarship: The amount of award varies and the duration of awards can be up to a total of 8 semesters. contingent upon full-time enrollment and renewable eligibility is by maintaining satisfactory academic progress.
    • Hertz Graduate Fellowship: Awarded to students with evidence of exceptional creativity, broad understanding, and potential for innovative research.
    • Beinecke Scholarship: This is a fellowship awarded to qualified juniors interested in pursuing a graduate degree in the arts, humanities, or most social sciences. The department determines the eligibility of the award.

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    Alumni

    The institute has 215,000 alumni in its network who can avail alumni benefits including:

    • Unique access to Hopkins KnowledgeNET. This is a valuable online alumni resource that features free access to hundreds of journals and periodicals.
    • On Odyssey, there is a 25% discount on all life-long learning courses.
    • At Peabody's concert, there is a 50% discount on general admission.
    • Unique access to Johns Hopkins onsite library services.

    Notable alumni include:

    • Michael R. Bloomberg -former New York City mayor; founder of Bloomberg L.P., Bloomberg News, and Bloomberg Radio
    • Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie -Novelist
    • Rachel Carson -Biologist, ecologist, and author of Silent Spring
    • Woodrow Wilson -28th U.S. president

    Johns Hopkins University Placements

    The institute organizes annual career fairs in the Fall, giving students an ample opportunity to meet with prospective employers. According to PayScale, the average annual salary of a JHU graduate is 86,000 USD.

    Common employers of the university graduates include NIH, Accenture, American Enterprise Institute, Trane, Association of Public Health Laboratories, Bank of NY Mellon, Carney Sandoe & Assoc., FDA, Intuitive Surgical, Kennedy Krieger, etc. Some of the highest paying degrees are:

    • MBA- $126,000
    • BA: $124,000
    • PhD- $145,000
    • Masters: $112,000
    • BSc: $110,000
    • M.A: $100,000

    Finance, consulting, healthcare, and architectural sectors were the highest paying for JHU graduates. 

    After having produced some 27 Nobel Laureates, this university of the US Education System is continuing with its mission of cultivating lifelong learning and fostering independent and original research in its students. JHU has a presence in more than 150 countries and an extensive study abroad program opening a pool of opportunities for its students. The university is well recognized for its graduate employability and is ranked among the top 50 in the world (as per QS rankings 2020), pushing it higher in the list of most desirable US universities. 

    Important Dates

    ProgramApplication DeadlineFees
    M.B.A
    Round 1 (27th Jan 2022)
    Round 2 (7th Apr 2022)
    Round 3 (1st Jun 2021)
    $64,000/Yr
    $64,000 /Yr
    M.Sc Electrical and Computer Engineering
    fall (22nd Dec 2021)
    spring (15th Sep 2021)
    $58,720/Yr
    $58,720 /Yr
    B.Sc Computer Engineering
    fall (4th Jan 2022)
    $54,160/Yr
    $54,160 /Yr
    B.Sc Mechanical Engineering
    fall (4th Jan 2022)
    $54,160/Yr
    $54,160 /Yr

    Master of Business Administration [M.B.A]

    2 years
    On Campus
    English
    Full Time
    USD 64,000/Yr
    Exam Scores: TOEFL100|IELTS7.0|GMAT670|GRE317
    Options Available:
    Application Deadline: 27 Jan, 2022
    USD 58,720/Yr
    Ranked #13 out of 1200 by THE Global Ranking 2022
    Exam Scores: TOEFL100|IELTS7.0|GRE317
    Application Deadline: 22 Dec, 2021

    Master of Science [M.Sc] Finance

    1 year
    English
    Full Time
    USD 76,500/Yr
    Exam Scores: TOEFL100|IELTS7|GMAT670|GRE317
    Application Deadline: 06 Jan, 2022
    USD 57,010/Yr
    Exam Scores: TOEFL100|IELTS7.0|GRE317
    Application Deadline: 31 Dec, 2021

    Master of science [M.Sc] Applied Economics

    1-2 year
    On Campus
    English
    Full Time
    USD 48,660/Yr
    Ranked #13 out of 1200 by THE Global Ranking 2022
    Exam Scores: TOEFL100|IELTS7.0|GRE317
    Application Deadline: 28 Jun, 2021

    Ranking

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    Overall #13 out of 1200 in Global Ranking

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    College Rating

    Based on 5 Students Rating

    7.2 out of 10
    8.6/10Academic
    5.6/10Accommodation
    6.2/10Faculty
    6.8/10Infrastructure
    8.6/10Placement
    7.6/10Social Life

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    KG
    9.2 /10

    I got to know about this college from one of the career fairs organized at my previous school. There I saw the presentation of the college and got attracted to the infrastructure and facilities they provide. After completing my bachelor's I applied to the university online by paying an application fee of $75.

    Fees :

    $55500 is the amount that I pay as the tuition fee and $1500 for other needs.

    10 /10 academic/food
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    9 /10 infrastructure
    8 /10 accomodation
    9 /10 placement
    9 /10 extracurricular
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    5.2 /10

    Pre-Medical Program and also the flexibility to take classes outside of the core curriculum with the need to only fill bucket requirements. Additionally, it's in the city so ease of access to various food and entertainment.

    Fees :

    Tuition, room and board, and outside expenses. Tuition is 72000 per student approximately and most of us get some sort of grant at least like 2000.

    5 /10 academic/food
    4 /10 faculty
    6 /10 infrastructure
    4 /10 accomodation
    7 /10 placement
    5 /10 extracurricular
    AL
    6.2 /10

    Primarily ranking, opportunities, major, discipline, professors, had a medical school. JHU has an extremely high # of students who get into medical school also. It also was one of the few schools that I got accepted into.

    Fees :

    I'm not completely sure, but scholarships are not that generous and I'm paying approx $70,000 for my tuition right now even though we are upper middle class.

    10 /10 academic/food
    4 /10 faculty
    1 /10 infrastructure
    4 /10 accomodation
    10 /10 placement
    8 /10 extracurricular
    M
    7.0 /10

    The diversity of premed resources including a close hospital with ample undergraduate research opportunities, shadowing and clinical volunteering, and strong pre-professional advising experience getting people into medical school.

    Fees :

    Tuition runs 50-60k depending on whether you have on campus meal plan/residence. Other charges include printing, pre-professional advising, tutoring, etc.

    9 /10 academic/food
    8 /10 faculty
    8 /10 infrastructure
    4 /10 accomodation
    7 /10 placement
    6 /10 extracurricular
    E
    8.7 /10

    The prestige mostly. At the time I thought that I wanted to be a doctor and Johns Hopkins Hospital had such a great reputation that I thought the university would prepare me for being a good physician.

    Fees :

    Hopkins was extremely expensive. For the first two years, you are required to live on campus and have a meal plan in which those two things alone added up to just under $20,000 a year. When you add that to the tuition and the cost of books and the lab fees it gets very expensive.

    9 /10 academic/food
    5 /10 faculty
    10 /10 infrastructure
    8 /10 accomodation
    10 /10 placement
    10 /10 extracurricular

    johns hopkins university rankings

    Founded in 1876, Johns Hopkins University ranks #25 among the QS World University Rankings. Times Higher Education, on the other hand, ranks JHU #12 among World University Rankings 2021. US News 2021 Ranks Johns Hopkins #9 in among the top universities in USA.

    Ranking among the global and national best universities, Johns Hopkins University is one of the most coveted choices of international students planning to pursue higher education in the USA. 

    Some of the rankings to note for Johns Hopkins University are:

    • 11th US Colleges Rankings 2021 by Times Higher Education.
    • 19th World Reputation Ranking 2020 by Times Higher Education.
    • 16th Best value schools in USA, by US News 2021 rankings.
    • 12th Most innovative schools in the US, by US News 2021 rankings.
    • 25th Among Top Universities in the World by QS World University Rankings 2021.
    • 14th among US Universities by QS rankings 2021.
    • 46th among Graduate employability rankings 2020 by QS. 

    There is a wide range of courses offered by Johns Hopkins University that make their mark globally. Some of the study areas ranking globally are:

    • Nursing #3
    • Anatomy & Physiology #4
    • Life Sciences & Medicine #5
    • Social Policy & Administration #9
    • Education and Training #19
    • History #23
    • Biological Sciences #27

    The rankings mentioned above are as per QS World University Rankings by Subjects 2021. The subject areas recognized by Times Higher Education are:

    • Arts & Humanities - #41
    • Clinical, pre-clinical health - #8
    • Engineering & Technology - #41
    • Life Sciences - #9

    JHU has four campuses serving around 3000 international students from over 121 countries. Johns Hopkins University is one of the top universities in Baltimore USA and is highly recommended to students who wish to pursue courses like Neurosciences, Public health, Cellular & Molecular Biology, Bioengineering & Biomedical Engineering, and Chemical Engineering. The university with its global and national recognition boasts a student retention rate of 98%.

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    # 52 Center for World University Rankings 2021
    subject strength# 13 for Electrical and Electronics Engineering by Times Higher Education 2022
    # 13 for Astronomy by Times Higher Education 2022
    # 13 for Biology by Times Higher Education 2022
    # 4 for Veterinary by Times Higher Education 2022
    # 4 for Archaeology by Times Higher Education 2022
    # 4 for Physics by Times Higher Education 2022
    # 82 for Finance by Times Higher Education 2022
    # 82 for Media Studies by Times Higher Education 2022
    # 82 for Dentistry by Times Higher Education 2022
    # 22 for Architecture by Times Higher Education 2022
    # 22 for Civil Engineering by Times Higher Education 2022
    # 22 for Psychology by Times Higher Education 2022
    # 2 for Agriculture by Times Higher Education 2022
    # 2 for Psychology by Times Higher Education 2022
    # 2 for Archaeology by Times Higher Education 2022
    # 24 for Physics by Times Higher Education 2022
    # 24 for Political Science by Times Higher Education 2022
    # 24 for Design by Times Higher Education 2022
    # 24 for Arts by Times Higher Education 2022
    # 24 for Electrical and Electronics Engineering by Times Higher Education 2022
    # 24 for Communication Studies by Times Higher Education 2022
    # 13 for Management by Times Higher Education 2022
    # 13 for Aerospace Engineering by Times Higher Education 2022
    # 13 for Design by Times Higher Education 2022
    # 51 for Business by Times Higher Education 2022
    # 51 for Aerospace Engineering by Times Higher Education 2022
    # 51 for Electrical and Electronics Engineering by Times Higher Education 2022
    # 130 for Biology by Times Higher Education 2022
    # 130 for Performing Arts by Times Higher Education 2022
    # 130 for Management by Times Higher Education 2022
    # 64 for Chemical Engineering by Times Higher Education 2022
    # 64 for Psychology by Times Higher Education 2022
    # 64 for Statistics by Times Higher Education 2022
    # 8 for Design by Times Higher Education 2022
    # 8 for Computer Science by Times Higher Education 2022
    # 8 for Law by Times Higher Education 2022
    # 23 for Media Studies by Times Higher Education 2022
    # 23 for Political Science by Times Higher Education 2022
    # 23 for Law by Times Higher Education 2022
    # 10 for Performing Arts by Times Higher Education 2022
    # 10 for Chemical Engineering by Times Higher Education 2022
    # 10 for Medicine by Times Higher Education 2022
    # 113 for Economics by Times Higher Education 2022
    # 113 for Computer Science by Times Higher Education 2022
    # 113 for Social Studies by Times Higher Education 2022
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    acceptance rate11.0 %5.0 %19.0 %11.0 %5.2 %8.0 %22.0 %8.0 %15.1 %15.1 %8.1 %17.1 %9.0 %8.7 %10.0 %
    exam scoreGMAT - 690
    TOEFL - 110
    IELTS - 8
    SAT - 1510
    ACT - 34
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    SAT - 1465
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    SAT - 1470
    ACT - 33
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    GRE - 316
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    cost to studyAverage Tuition Fees   USD 54160
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    Average Tuition Fees   USD 57010
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    Hostel + Meal - USD 25962 Per Year
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    placement (average package)

    Graduate Employability Rankings- #21 (THE, 2019); Top recruiters- Booz, Allen and Hamilton; Northrop Grumman Corporation; Lockheed Martin Corp; Raytheon Co.; Johns Hopkins University. Highest paying degrees- Doctorate (145,000 USD); MBA (126,000 USD); Bachelor of Arts (124,000 USD); Masters in Science (108,000 USD); Masters (106,000 USD); Masters of Arts (14,000 USD).


    Best paying degree at Stanford University is Executive MBA with an average salary of 218,000 USD annually and the lowest salaries are of students with an LLM degree with 76,000 USD per annum. Graduates were offered around $140,000 average annual salaries
    Gradaute Employability Ranks (QS 2020): #2


    Some of the highest paying degrees are doctorate: $149,000; Executive $145,000; MBA: $140,000; Masters (other): $110,000; BBA: $90,000, and BSc: $85,000. 


    Highest paying degrees are Masters in Finance, LLM and MBA with an average annual salary of 150,000 USD, 148,000 USD and 146,000 USD respectively. Healthcare, executive management and legal & paralegal are the highest paying sectors. 


    Graduate Employability THE Ranks- #1, QS Ranks- #4. Employment rate is over 89% with base salaries offered to B-school graduates of around 210,000 USD. E-MBA students were offered average of 200,000 USD/yr. Median salaries for the other departments combined was around 90,000 USD. 


    95% graduates employed within 6 months of graduation. Average annual salary of 82,000 USD; Top recruiters- United Airlines, Inc., IBM, Abbott Laboratories, Abbvie Inc. Highest paid degrees- Executive MBA (200,000 USD); MBA (160,000 USD); Executive Masters (125,000 USD); LLM (120,000 USD); Master of Arts (55,000 USD).


    Average salary is 79,000 USD per annum. Annual ROI is 9.5%. Popular employers are Ford Motor, General Motors, Quicken Loans, Amazon, etc. 


    Graduate Employability Rankings- #20 (QS, 2020); Top recruiters- University of Pennsylvania, Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP), Comcast Cable Inc., Amazon.com, J.P. Morgan Chase & Co. (JPMCC); Highest paid degrees- MBA (175,000 USD), Masters in Finance (150,000 USD), PhD (147,000 USD), Executive Masters (145,000 USD), Bachelor of Science (124,000 USD). 


    Graduate Employability Rankings (2020)- #95
    Top paying degrees: 
    Executive MBA: $205,000.
    Master (other): $130,000.
    MA: $125,000.
    Doctorate: $118,000.
    MBA: $115,000


    Graduate Employability Ranks (2020): #111-120
    MFin: $165,000
    Doctorate: $163,000
    Other Degree: $160,000
    LLM: $149,000
    MBA: $140,000


    Graduate Employability Ranking 2020: 47; Annual ROI is 6.6%; Highest paying degrees along with their annual salary are Doctorate: 160,000 USD, BS: 128,000 USD; BA: 120,000 USD and PhD: 87,000 USD


    With an ROI of 9.8%, UC Berkeley graduates are able to earn an average of 50,000 USD- 100,000 USD annually. Recruiters include Deloitte, Cisco, Microsoft, Apple, Accenture, Ford, KPMG, etc. hire UCB graduates. A few of the top paid UCB graduates are LLM students (200,000 USD), MBA (150,000 USD), Bachelors (150,000 USD), etc.


    The average salary of Duke graduates is 85,000 USD. Top recruiters include Duke University; Amazon.com Inc.; Capital One Financial Corp; Booz, Allen, and Hamilton; Microsoft Corp. Best paying degrees are Executive MBA (162,000 USD), MBA (140,000 USD), LLM (130,000 USD), Master in Finance (128,000 USD)


    Average salary of UChicago graduates is 79,000 USD annually. Top recruiters include McKinsey & Company Inc., Amazon.com Inc., Google LLC, JP Morgan Chase & Co., Accenture, Deloitte Consulting LLP. Highest paid degrees include LLM (257,000 USD), Masters in Finance (232,000 USD), MBA (168,000 USD).


    Graduate Employability ranks: #201-250
    MBA: $129,000.
    MFin.: $100,000.
    BA: $88,000.


    application requirements

    Academic transcripts; Secondary School Report; 2 Teacher Evaluations; Mid-year Report; Standardized Test Scores; Proof of English language proficiency; Essays; SOPs; Résumé/CV; Recommendation letter(s); Professional Credential Evaluation; Financial Support Documents.

    Supplemental Form (for a few programs);
    LORs & SOPs;
    Essays;
    Portfolio (required for a few programs)

    Fill-in university’s short answer questions along with your UG applications. 

    Counselor recommendation, teacher evaluation, and midyear evaluations are mandatory along with the applications. 

    Teacher Evaluation forms (as additional LORs); Sample of academic work, potfolio, music recordings, art work, etc  (supplementary documents); IELTS/TOEFL; Standardized test scores

    Counselor recommendation; 1 Teacher recommendation; Standardized test scores; English proficiency scores; 2-3 LORs; SOP; Resume; Additional documents (audition; portfolio; research paper, etc.)

    High School score/grade should be equivalent to 2.7 GPA. Indian student's transcripts must be sent by the Controller of the examinations. Fulfill other country-specific requirements.

    Academic transcripts; Proof of English language proficiency; 2-3 LORs; SOPs; Resume; Personal Statement; Standardized test scores; Additional requirements (Digital portfolios, Writing samples, Research statements, etc.); Interviews (if required). 

    TOEFL scores are prefered as proof of language proficiency. 
    Three LORs for PG applications.
    Supplemental essay along with essay required for application portals.

    Supplemental applications are required, alumni interviews may also be conducted, three subject scores are preferred. 

    School Report; Counsellor’s recommendation for UG admission; Letters of Recommendation; Writing Sample

    LORs (usually three);
    SOP;
    Resume;
    Test Scores (such as TOEFL, IELTS, SAT, GRE, etc.)

    Transcripts, Standardized scores, 3 LORs, SOP (1-2 pages), Resume, Other supplemental documents (such as writing samples, research papers, etc.)

    Transcripts, English proficiency scores, Supplemental essays, teacher evaluation, GMAT/ GRE scores, Supplemental material (art work, research papers, etc.)

    Counselor LOR along with 2 academic LORs. CSS profile. Optional alumni interviews may be conducted.

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    Johns Hopkins University Admissions

    Application Portal :https://apply.commonapp.org

    Early Action Deadlines

    November 1

    Application deadline

    Regular Decision Deadlines

    January 15

    Application deadline

    Test Scores For International Applicants

    ExamsAvg. ScoreMin ScoreMax. Score%Submitted
    Graduate
    GMAT690580800-
    Language Proficiency
    TOEFL Check Detailed Score110100120-
    Reading-26--
    Writing-22--
    Speaking-25--
    Listening-26--
    IELTS Check Detailed Score879-
    Reading-7--
    Writing-7--
    Speaking-7--
    Listening-7--
    Undergraduate
    SAT Check Detailed Score15101450157043
    Evidence-Based Reading and Writing745720770-
    Mathematics765730800-
    ACT Check Detailed Score34333556
    English343335-
    Mathematics333135-

    Johns Hopkins University Acceptance Rate

    11.0 %

    acceptance rate

    246290

    total applicants

    27092

    total enrolled

    Male
    Female

    46.0%

    Male

    54.0%

    Female

    Undergraduate
    Undergraduate Programs
    11.0%
    Total Applicants
    56872
    Total Enrolled
    6256
    Graduate
    Graduate Programs
    11.0%
    Total Applicants
    176989
    Total Enrolled
    20836

    Johns Hopkins University enrollment

    Enrollment
    Johns Hopkins University Enrollment
    27092
    Undergraduate Enrollment
    6256
    Graduate Enrollment
    20836
    Graduation Rate
    Average Graduation Rate
    88.0%

    Attendance Cost

    $54,160

    attendance cost

    The table shows average yearly cost of attendance for international students. Amount may vary with the course opted, nature of accommodation, and personal spending habits of a candidate. Check Program wise Fees

    Tuition fees
    Undergraduate Programs
    $54,160 / Year
    Post Graduate Program
    $57,010 / Year
    On Campus
    Books & Supplies
    $1,230 / Year
    On campus, Room & Board
    $15,410 / Year
    On Campus, Other Expenses
    $1,053 / Year
    Off Campus
    Off campus (not with family), Room & Board
    $10,552 / Year

    Top Accreditations [Institutional & Program Wise]

    Institutional accreditations
    Middle States Commission on Higher Education
    Program wise accreditation
    Medicine Programs
    Liaison Committee on Medical Education
    Music Programs
    National Association of Schools of Music
    Nursing Programs
    Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education
    Nursing Programs
    Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing
    Programs
    Council on Education for Public Health

    Faculty

    total facultyfull timepart timegraduate assistants
    6157---
    +1-410-516-8000
    TELEPHONE
    Baltimore, MD 21218
    ADDRESS

    Nearby This Campus

    • Bus Station
    • Book Store
    • Shopping Mall
    • Restaurant
    • Airport

    Bus Station

    33RD ST & SAINT PAUL ST eb0.23 km
    33rd Street - MedStar Union Memorial Hospital0.30 km
    CHARLES ST & 33RD ST fs nb0.30 km
    CHARLES ST & 33RD ST sb0.31 km
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    Shopping Mall

    The Rotunda1.07 km
    Waverly Shopping Center1.30 km
    Mondawmin Mall3.32 km
    The Village of Cross Keys3.57 km
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    Airport

    Montbello Filtration Plant Heliport2.99 km
    Hospital Helipad4.32 km
    Johns Hopkins Hospital Critical Care Tower Heliport4.51 km
    Baltimore Police Department Heliport4.53 km
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    Book Store

    Barnes & Noble Johns Hopkins0.39 km
    Normal's Book & Records1.01 km
    Book Thing of Baltimore1.03 km
    Atomic Books1.28 km
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    Restaurant

    Woodberry Kitchen2.18 km
    The Brewer's Art3.04 km
    Restaurante Tio Pepe3.88 km
    Pratt Street Ale House4.82 km
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    *All distance are measured radially. Actual distance may vary

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