Johns Hopkins University is based in Baltimore with 10 divisions situated across 10 campuses in 3 continents. In addition to the 4 Baltimore campuses, the University has campuses in Washington DC, Montgomery County, and Maryland, as well as international campuses in China and Italy. The Homewood campus is a historic site with red-brick buildings and tree-lined pathways in addition to an iconic clock tower and expansive green quads. There is also a popular spot called “The Beach” on the campus, where students can spread out a blanket to hang out with friends, read or relax. Johns Hopkins has 9 Academic departments that deliver 400+ courses at the Bachelor’s, Master’s, and Doctoral levels. Students can choose from 260+ majors in Science, Engineering, Business, Arts, Music, Philosophy, Education, and Health Studies. The University provides a number of certificate programs and diploma courses in a variety of fields in addition to full-time degrees.

History of Johns Hopkins University

Johns Hopkins University was America’s first research institution that revolutionized the landscape of higher education in the US when it was founded in 1876 with the intention of combining research and education. In the inaugural address of the University, the first president Daniel Coit Gilman said that the University was founded with the sole purpose of producing “scholars, strong, bright, useful and true.” The institution's founding philosophy was that knowledge can be enhanced via continual research and innovation, and it has led the university to become the top 5 worldwide for Sciences and top 10 globally for practically all of the programs that it offers. Johns Hopkins University has also been a leader in disseminating data-based ongoing research and studies across the world. It is affiliated with the Association of American Universities (AAU), Universities Research Association (URA), National Association of Independent Colleges and Universities (NAICU), Consortium of Financing Higher Education (COFHE), Oak Ridge Associated Universities (ORAU) and the Space-grant colleges in the US. The University ranks #25 in the QS World University Rankings, #13 in Times Higher Education WUR and #9 in US News and World Report Best Global Universities for the year 2022.

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# Exams Accepted Minimum Score Required
PTE 60

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