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Johns Hopkins University

Baltimore, Maryland

USA

iSC Global Rank:

14

School:

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About

Established in 1876, Johns Hopkins University is known after The American entrepreneur and philanthropist Johns Hopkins. Situated in Baltimore, Maryland, Johns Hopkins University is based in Baltimore. The university is spread across nine divisions - Zanvyl Krieger School of Arts and Sciences, Whiting School of Engineering, Carey Business School, School of Education, School of Medicine, School of Nursing, Peabody Institute (for music), Bloomberg School of Public Health, and the Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies.

Johns Hopkins University has four Baltimore campuses: Homewood, schools of Arts and Sciences, Engineering, and Education are located; East Baltimore is home to the schools of Medicine, Nursing, and Public Health as well as the world-renowned Johns Hopkins Hospital; the Peabody campus, site of the Peabody Institute, the nation's oldest conservatory; and Harbor East, the waterfront home of the Carey Business School.

 Johns Hopkins University offers 24,000 full- and part-time students throughout nine academic divisions. There are 400+ programs in the arts and music, the humanities, the social and natural sciences, engineering, international studies, education, business, and the health professions.

Molecular biologists Peter Agre and Carol Greider, geneticist Gregg Semenza, and astrophysicist Adam Riess are among the university's notable alumni. Twenty-nine people associated with Johns Hopkins as a faculty members, fellow, residents, or graduates have received a Nobel Prize, including four Nobel laureates currently on the faculty.

Ranking & Accolades

14

iSC Global

Regional

12

iSC Regional

U.S. News

9

U.S. News

QS

25

QS

Times

13

Times

    1. Johns Hopkins University is ranked “#12” in “World University Rankings 2022” by “Times Higher Education.”
    2. Johns Hopkins University ranks “#25” in “Top Universities” by “QS World University Rankings.”
    3. It is ranked “#10” in “Best Global Universities” and “#9” in “National Universities” by “U.S. News & World Report.

Admission

Here's what Johns Hopkins University looks for in a student during the selection process. Learn about Johns Hopkins University's admission criteria, rate, and requirements below.

Acceptance Rate13 %

Undergraduate

Application Fee

70 USD

Minimum GPA

-

SAT Range

-

ACT Range

-

IELTS Range

7

TOEFL Range

89 (iBT)

PTE Range

-

Graduate

Application Fee

75 USD

Minimum GPA

-

GRE Range

-

GMAT Range

-

IELTS Range

7

TOEFL Range

250 (cBT) , 600 (pBT) , 100 (iBT)

PTE Range

-

Courses

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Acoustical Studies

Masters

Degree

2 years

Tenure

56,313 USD

Tuition Fee

Adult-Gerontological Primary Care Nurse Practitioner

Doctorate

Degree

-

Tenure

50,634 USD

Tuition Fee

Africana Studies

Bachelors

Degree

-

Tenure

55,350 USD

Tuition Fee

Africana Studies

Bachelors

Degree

-

Tenure

55,350 USD

Tuition Fee

Fees

The cost is an important aspect of choosing your dream college. Get detailed information about Johns Hopkins University’s tuition fees, living expenses and financial aid opportunities below. 

Note: All the costs mentioned below are average costs annually

Undergraduate

Tuition Fee

57,010 USD

Cost of Attendance

89,178 USD

Scholarships

38,542 USD

Accomodation

16,310 USD

Graduate

Tuition Fee

55,279 USD

Cost of Attendance

55,279 USD

Scholarships

38,542 USD

Accomodation

-

Highlights

Find miscellaneous information about students, campus and faculty of Johns Hopkins University below.

Total Students

26152

International Students

26%

Student Gender Distribution

Male

Male

46%

Female

Female

54%

Student Faculty Ratio

Students

7

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Faculty

01

Graduation Rate

94 %

Avg. Earning after Graduation (annually)

69,633 USD

Accomodation for Undergrad

Available (On-Campus)

Accomodation for Grad

Available (On-Campus)

Saudi Arabian Ministry of Education

Approved

Additional Info

Carey Business School of Johns Hopkins University was given a $50 million donation, paired with $50 million to raise the university itself for launching the Carey Business School.

Application Process

Online

International Email

gotojhu@jhu.edu

International Phone

+1 4105168000

Website

https://www.jhu.edu/

Location

Frequently Asked Questions

Most asked questions related to the university

Why is Johns Hopkins so prestigious?
Johns Hopkins University is a prestigious institution. It is consistently listed among the world's top 15 institutions, as well as in the United States. It is most recognized for healthcare and medicine, and it has won more research funding in this field than any other university.
Why should I go to Johns Hopkins University?
For some students, it's the research chances or the intense focus on pre-professional opportunities, while for others, it's the school's incredible reputation. This is primarily due to the fantastic, diverse, open, passionate, and motivated students who make up the Hopkins community.
Is Johns Hopkins competitive?
The (AAMC) Association of American Medical Colleges claims that Hopkins is one of the top undergraduate private colleges with students applying to U.S. medical schools. Because pre-medical students must compete for entrance to medical schools, this high percentage leads to competition.
What is Johns Hopkins known for?
Johns Hopkins University is best renowned for medical research breakthroughs, including the development of genetic engineering, the establishment of the first American School of Public Health, and the development of Johns Hopkins Hospital into a world-class medical facility.
What does it take to get into Johns Hopkins?
Johns Hopkins expects you to be at the top of your class with a 3.92 GPA. You'll need nearly straight A's in all of your classes to compete with other applicants. You should also have completed several AP or IB subjects to demonstrate your capacity to succeed in a challenging academic environment.