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Johns Hopkins is a private graduate school in Baltimore, Maryland. It has a large graduate student body with an enrollment of 20,088 graduate students. Of the 107 graduate programs offered at Johns Hopkins University, 28 are offered online or through graduate distance education programs. The most popular graduate school programs at Johns Hopkins University are International Affairs, Educational Technology, and Finance. 55% of its graduate students are part-time graduate students.

Masters and Doctoral Programs

Graduate Students

Total Graduate Students
20,088
Part-Time Grad Students
11,083
Research Assistants
1,858
Teaching Assistants
487
Racial Diversity
  • White
    45.1%
  • International (Non-Citizen)
    22.2%
  • Asian
    10.5%
  • African American
    8%
  • Hispanic
    6.3%
  • Unknown
    4.5%
  • Multiracial
    3%
  • Native American
    0.3%
  • Pacific Islander
    0.1%

Student Life

Poll
What one word or phrase best describes students at your school?
Based on 21 responses
  • Driven
    62%
  • Friendly
    5%
  • Intellectual
    29%
  • Organized
    5%
Poll
What phrase best describes your program?
Based on 21 responses
  • Competitive and intense
    38%
  • Great brand name
    19%
  • Prepared me for the real world
    14%
  • Supportive/helped me grow
    29%

Professors

Poll
95%
of students agree that professors care about their students' success.21 responses
Poll
100%
of students agree that professors are engaging and easy to understand.21 responses
Poll
81%
of students agree that professors helped connect them to future opportunities.21 responses

Return On Investment

Poll
How much did you spend on your graduate degree?
Based on 21 responses
  • $75K-$100K
    19%
  • $50K-$75K
    33%
  • $25K-$50K
    38%
  • <$25K
    10%
Poll
How much did you make post-graduation?
Based on 21 responses
  • $125K-$150K
    5%
  • $100K-$125K
    5%
  • $75K-$100K
    10%
  • $50-$75K
    5%
  • <$50K
    5%
  • Did not graduate yet
    71%
76%
of students feel the degree they are getting at this school is worth the time and money.21 responses
Living in the Area
  1. Cost of Living
    B-
  2. Crime & Safety
    B
  3. Nightlife
    A+
Median Household Income
$77,566
National
$55,322
Median Rent
$1,370
National
$949
Median Home Value
$224,400
National
$184,700
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Johns Hopkins University Reviews

80 reviews
I am a final year graduate student at the School of Education. My experience as a counseling student in this program has been phenomenal. The professors, training and most importantly the cohort system have played a vital role in prepraing me for the professional world. Plenty of oppurtunities to collaborate across various disciplnes and other Hopkins programs. I havent even graduated and I am already getting fantastic employment offers. If you're looking for a great return on your investment, Johns Hopkins is the place to be!
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I was in a satellite Education program in DC! The classes we great for the most part and most of the staff were excellent. However, the Administration did not always have students' best interests as their top priority. This meant when we had truly terrible teachers, nothing was done to help them get better or help us get the education we deserved. Further, the program is a bit pricey.
The program I am reviewing: Health Science Intensive Program at Johns Hopkins University-AAP
The professors were well versed in their fields and gave us timely feedback. In particular, Dr. Arti Varanasi was an amazing professor. I felt supported in her class and when she offered to write recommendation letters, she met with us individually to discuss our goals to make sure the letters were personalized.

Overall, exams were not difficult as they were mostly online. The majority of our learning happened with presentations and small group projects. Classes were usually in the evenings, which gave students time to study for their MCAT during the day.