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John Hopkins University

John Hopkins University

John Hopkins University

Baltimore - is more than just our hometown— it’s an extension of campus, offering learning and cultural opportunities that will complement your Hopkins experience.

Baltimore , Maryland

Estd 1876

John Hopkins University

When ambition meets opportunity, any thing is possible. At Johns Hopkins, you can explore ideas that interest you, find people who inspire and challenge you, and make discoveries that change your life—and the world.

Popular Majors


Public Health & General

Cell/Cellular & Molecular Biology

Bioengineering & Biomedical Engineering

Chemical Engineering



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Program and Curriculum

John Hopkins students define their own academic direction at Hopkins. Johns Hopkins undergraduates are active learners who pursue their interests across academic boundaries, discovering new ways to combine their passions as they find their own paths forward. When we give our students the freedom to explore their own educational pursuits, they discover a way forward that is uniquely their own—and that is a key part of the Hopkins undergraduate experience.

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Application Deadline ( Regular Decision , Fall Intake)

Notable Alumuni

Sam Palmisano, former CEO of IBM
Victor A. McKusick, medical geneticist; author of Mendelian Inheritance in Man, the definitive source of information on human genes and genetic disorders
Michael R. Bloomberg, former New York City mayor; founder of Bloomberg L.P., Bloomberg News, and Bloomberg Radio
Jeffrey Blitz, writer/director of Spellbound, Rocket Science, and Lucky

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What John Hopkins University look for in an undergraduate applicant

What we look for?

Academic Character How do you demonstrate your academic passions? What is important to you? To get a good idea of where your academic spirit lies, we’ll look at your transcripts and testing, but also your teacher and counselor recommendations. Impact and Initiative Our undergraduates contribute to our campus and our community. We urge students to think about how they can make a difference through service, leadership, and innovation. The admissions committee looks closely at applicants’ extracurricular activities and recommendations to assess commitments outside the classroom. Personal Contributions How do you engage with your community—academic, personal, and social? What personal qualities do you possess that would make you a good fit for our campus? We’re looking for students who are eager to follow their interests at the college level and are enthusiastic about joining the campus community.

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