Johns Hopkins University is known as one of the United States’ leading research universities, home to highly-ranked departments of Science, Public Health, Engineering, and Music. Walk to classes across the scenic 140-acre campus in Baltimore, Maryland, and afterwards explore the Inner Harbor, Fell’s Point or Federal Hill. Baltimore’s metropolitan area has a diverse population of almost three million and is situated between the large metropolitan areas of Washington, D.C. and Philadelphia, making it ideally located for you to venture to the East Coast’s major population centers. Remember to use your student ID for cheaper rates on everything from meals to guitar lessons, workouts, and more on and near campus.
About the University
Johns Hopkins University
Founded in 1876, Johns Hopkins’ beautifully tree-lined campus with traditional architecture belies the cutting-edge work that takes place here and leads the way in research, internationally. In the heart of Baltimore, Maryland, a major metropolitan city, JHU is perfectly positioned for you to delve into an enviable routine of exploration, relaxation, and study and to integrate the diverse city life into your everyday.
Take advantage of the university’s and community’s active lifestyle, and share in the experiences of the study clubs and intramural sports.
Learn more at Johns Hopkins University's official website.
SAF's Student Promise
“I have become more confident, patient and independent. I’m glad that I could study at Johns Hopkins for two months and collaborate with people from different countries. I’m glad that Prof. Schildbach taught me lots of things, not only professional knowledge, but also ways of dealing with things.”Chloe Teoh, Past SAF Student
Life at Johns Hopkins University
"When I first came here, I felt nervous, but now I have made many good friends!"
Hear more from Benjamin about why he chose to study at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore.
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