Johns Hopkins University, located in Baltimore, Maryland, has recently joined Shorelight and is now accepting international student graduate applications. Johns Hopkins, among the top 10 universities in the US and globally,* offers top-ranked programs, acclaimed faculty, and flexible options with both on-campus and digital learning opportunities.
At Johns Hopkins, international students can:
Pursue a top-ranked engineering graduate degree: The Johns Hopkins Whiting School of Engineering’s full-time, on-campus program is ranked #17 and its Engineering for Professionals part-time, online program is ranked #11 in the US by U.S. News & World Report. Students learn from distinguished faculty and develop in-demand skills that are attractive to global employers. With a Johns Hopkins engineering degree, students have the credentials for success, anywhere in the world.
Conduct groundbreaking research: As the first research university in the US, Johns Hopkins provides international students with the opportunity to pursue research in a collaborative and engaging environment. Johns Hopkins engineers have been instrumental in developing speech recognition technology, supporting NASA’s Parker Solar Probe, and creating a global COVID-19 tracking map, among other breakthroughs.
Join a community of top achievers: International students at the Whiting School of Engineering are on their way to becoming the industry’s next celebrated names. Notable alumni include businessman and philanthropist Michael Bloomberg, former Homeland Security Chief Cyber Official Phyllis Schneck, NASA astronaut Reid Wiseman, and many more.
Accolades for Johns Hopkins University
U.S. News & World Report, 2022
#9 - National Universities
#10 - Global Universities
#11 - Most Innovative Schools
#11 - Best Online Graduate Program
#16 - Best Value Schools
Wall Street Journal/Times Higher Education, 2022
#9 - Top US Universities
#12 - World University Rankings
Johns Hopkins Degree Programs for International Students
Check out a few of the engineering graduate degree programs available for our students through the Whiting School of Engineering at Johns Hopkins University.
Whiting School of Engineering
Applied and Computational Mathematics
Bioengineering Innovation and Design
Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering
Environmental Engineering and Science
Space Systems Engineering
*U.S. News & World Report, 2022