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, we remain a world leader in both teaching and research, with more than 21,000 undergraduate and graduate students studying with esteemed faculty members across nine world-class academic divisions.
Arts & Sciences/Engineering
We accept applications for the fall semester from August through January (through March for transfer applicants) for undergraduate admission to our School of Arts and Sciences and/or our School of Engineering.
Undergraduate Admissions: https://apply.jhu.edu/
Applications are due by December 1 if you want to audition at Peabody in February, or if you are an undergrad and want to audition at a regional location. Early decision applicants must submit an application by November 1st. Early decision applicants can apply for the Double Degree program, Dance, Music for New Media, or Jazz.
You need to submit your application by April 15 if you want to audition at Peabody in May. Note: that there are no auditions or interviews in May for several majors, and for any DMA programs.
Those applying to majors involving pre-screening should upload their pre-screening video to the application by the application deadlines.
Peabody Institute Admissions: https://peabody.jhu.edu/audition-apply/
Our 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 our academic divisions offer full-time graduate programs.
Graduate Admissions: https://www.jhu.edu/admissions/graduate-admissions/