How do I apply?
Where do I mail my supporting documents?
Johns Hopkins University,
AAP Admissions Office,
1717 Massachusetts Ave., NW, Suite 101,
Washington, DC 20036
JHU AAP will only accept official transcripts that are electronically sent directly from the granting institution. Hand-delivered transcripts will be discarded upon receipt. Official e-scripts must be issued from the institution directly to email@example.com.
When does the next term start?
How do I check the status of my application?
Do I need to submit transcripts from every college or university I’ve attended, even if I only took a few courses at one of them?
What is your FAFSA code?
What is the GRE and TOEFL code?
My GPA is below a 3.0. Can I still apply?
What does “conditional” and “provisional” status mean?
Conditional Admission: Domestic Students
Domestic students may upload an unofficial transcript; however, acceptance is conditional upon receipt of the official transcript. If you are currently finishing your degree, send an official transcript that includes the current semester. Once you have finished your degree, please send an official transcript that lists the degree conferral date.
Students with a conditional admissions status must submit an official transcript by the end of the semester’s add/drop period. You can check the dates for the add/drop period and the tuition refund schedule. JHU AAP will automatically dismiss any student with a conditional admission status who does not submit an official transcript by the end of the add/drop period.
International students may only submit official e-transcripts and WES or Educational Perspectives course-by-course reviews for international course work. International students are not eligible for a conditional admission status.
A provisional student is one who does not fulfill the academic requirements for admission as a degree candidate, but if they complete specific prerequisite coursework and/or take a specific number of courses and complete them successfully, they can later be admitted as a degree student. The Admissions Committee determines which applicants are provisional. This information is expressed in the admission letter.
Can I just take courses? What if I don’t want a degree?
Is the immunization form required with the application or can I submit it after I have been reviewed?
What will my diploma say?
Does the Advanced Academic Programs (AAP) accept transfer credit from another accredited graduate program outside of Johns Hopkins?
What is Advanced Standing and do I qualify?
Advanced Standing criteria varies by program. Please visit the Admissions Requirements page for your program of interest to determine program specific qualifications and required materials.
Overall, Advanced Standing allows consideration for seasoned professionals with accomplishments in a field or those who have graduate-level coursework from an accredited college or university to be exempt from taking up to two courses towards degree completion. This policy applies to the programs listed below only and the request for consideration must be made at the time of application. Applicants approved for advanced standing will receive official notification in their acceptance letter.
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