Johns Hopkins University has its eye to the world. For more than 125 years, we have encouraged faculty and students to think imaginatively and act globally. From pioneering medical and nursing training at Peking Union Medical College in the 1910s, to creating a graduate level international relations campus in Bologna, Italy just ten years after the end of World War II, to conducting ongoing Antarctic geological research and running research and training programs on every continent on earth, Johns Hopkins embraces the world in its quest to learn, know and discover. On Johns Hopkins campuses in China, Italy, and the United States, students work closely with world-renowned faculty exploring issues ranging from religious practices in ancient Egypt to the cutting edge of genetic medicine. By its tradition of global leadership in education, research, service and patient care, Johns Hopkins University holds an honored place among the world’s greatest institutions of higher learning. This website is a gateway to those activities. Here, you can explore the world through what we do. Happy wanderings!
President, The Johns Hopkins University