Johns Hopkins University

Johns Hopkins University was the first to adopt German Bachelors system of graduate schools and thus it is considered as first to start it in the United States of America. Johns Hopkins University is also called Hopkins or simply JHU. Johns Hopkins University was established in 1876 in Baltimore, Maryland, United States of America. It is a private research university. Johns Hopkins University is named after the American entrepreneur and university’s benefactor John Hopkins. The campuses of Johns Hopkins University are in other parts of the world as well just as in China, Singapore, and Italy. Whereas the main campus of the university is in Baltimore. Johns Hopkins University is a founding member of Association of American Universities (AAU). And thus for that, the research and innovative programs of this university are top rated.

Johns Hopkins University USA and World Rank

source: timeshighereducation.com -2016 ranking

There are many disciplines currently offered at Johns Hopkins University and all of them are being taught by professional and experienced professors. The most important majors offered at Johns Hopkins University are neuroscience, cell/cellular/molecular biology, public health, international relations, general, biomedical engineering and bioengineering, applied economics, bioethics and much more. Doctoral programs in Anatomy, behavioral biology, and chemistry of Johns Hopkins University are famous all around the world. According to 2016 ranking of universities in the United States, Johns Hopkins University is ranked #7 among other competing national universities of United States of America.

The admission sequence and procedure followed by Johns Hopkins University is same as other universities of America. Few things to keep in mind about their admissions need to be discussed briefly among which their acceptance rate is very important. According to past year report the acceptance rate of applications is 17%. Thus Johns Hopkins University is “very selective” in granting admissions to its applicants. Out of every 100 applications, only 17 are accepted. Other critical requirements for getting admission in Johns Hopkins University is:

  • GPA
  • Tests including SAT and ACT
  • Application

The average GPA required for admission in Johns Hopkins University is 3.74. This is easily achievable for devoted students. As hard work will always pay off. And time spent on these important tasks will always help people in future. Even if a student failed to gain the desired GPA due to any uncomfortable situations in his semesters, he/she still can try again and gain good scores in other tests such as SAT and ACT and compensate the loss from them. The average SAT score requires for admission in Johns Hopkins University is 1470 on new 1600 SAT score level. Johns Hopkins University is leniently competitive on SAT scores as well. It makes it selective from others. The average ACT score required for admission in Johns Hopkins University is 32. Considerably competitive in ACT score. But all of these high demands will be justified with time and there will remain no doubt as to why Johns Hopkins University is very choosy in its admissions. At the end complete your application form and attach all the desired documents asked by the university administration. It normally includes your final transcript, GPA, test scores of SAT and ACT and letters of recommendation and submits it to the university before the due date.