John Hopkins University Background
John Hopkins University was established more than 140 years ago, in the year 1876 in Baltimore, Maryland. It has more than 21,000 students in nine academic divisions on four campuses in Baltimore, one in Montgomery County, and one in Washington D.C. and other facilities in Washington-Baltimore region as well as Italy and China.
John Hopkins University Programs, Course, and Schools
John Hopkins is renowned for the various programs it offers through its 9 academic divisions- School of Education, Whiting School of Engineering, Carey Business School, School of Advanced International Studies, School of Nursing, School of Medicine, Peabody Institute of the John Hopkins, Bloomberg School of Public Health and Krieger School of Arts and Sciences.
John Hopkins University USP
Out of more than 22,000 students enrolled for undergraduate and graduate courses in John Hopkins, more than 4,900 are international students who hail from 141 countries. In the previous year, John Hopkins Awarded more than $70 million in need-based grants and the average need-based grant for the first year student is more than $38,000. John Hopkins University is a research-intensive institution and has 36 Nobel Prize winners associated with it, either as faculty or graduates. Other than the Nobel Prize, the university’s faculty have been bestowed upon various prestigious honors like Pulitzer award, National Medals of Science, Lasker Awards, and Presidential Medal of Freedom among others.
John Hopkins University Notable Alumni
Duane Graveline (Astronaut), Jason Huang (Neurosurgeon), Geir H. Haarde ( former Prime Minister of Iceland), Quint Kessenich (ESPN sportscaster, lacrosse All-American)
Student Faculty Ratio