Johns Hopkins University is America’s first research university, founded on the belief that teaching and research are interdependent, and that a modern university must do both well.

Today, JHU remains a world leader in both teaching and research, with more than 24,000 undergraduate and graduate students studying with esteemed faculty members across nine world-class academic divisions.

Please visit the Office of Admissions website for more information about how to  apply to JHU.  Additional information on the cost of attendance at JHU can also be found on the Office of Admissions website and by following the links below.

Undergraduate Admission

Arts & Sciences/Engineering

Please visit the Undergraduate Admissions website for detailed information on admissions dates, deadlines, and processes.  The Undergraduate Admissions website can be found here.  

Peabody Institute

Please visit the Peabody Institute Office of Admissions website for all admissions and auditions related questions and information.

Peabody Institute Admissions:

Graduate Admission

JHU faculty and students study, teach, and learn in and across more than 180 programs regularly recognized as being among the nation’s best. All nine of JHU's academic divisions offer full-time graduate programs.

Graduate Admissions: