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  3. Study Abroad Fair
    Interested in studying abroad? Don't miss this opportunity to meet representatives of universities & programs abroad!
    Wednesday, Febuary 10th
    5-7 PM

    Glass Pavillion
     

    CHINA STEM Program Suspended for Summer 2016

    After careful deliberation, Johns Hopkins University has decided to suspend the China STEM Program in Nanjing for summer 2016.  We would like to thank the students, faculty and staff at Hopkins and in Nanjing who have made the program such a unique and rewarding academic experience, especially our Resident Director, Dr. Ningping Yu.  The university will be pursuing external funding and alternate locations for the program in the future.

    Regarding the Paris Attacks

  4. The Office of Study Abroad and the Hopkins community have been deeply affected by the recent terrorist attacks in Paris. All JHU undergraduates on programs in Paris are safe, and we will maintain contact with our students and their program providers through the remainder of the semester. Hopkins is not requiring students to return from Paris, and we will continue to monitor events in Paris and throughout Europe. Students and their parents should feel free to contact Dr. Lori A. Citti at lcitti1@jhu.edu if they have any concerns. In the event of an emergency, please contact Dr. Citti at +1-410-530-6029.


  5. Cannes Film Festival May 2016: Information Session

    The Cannes Film Festival is the world's most prestigious and publicized film festival with admission by 'invitation only' for film industry professionals. This course will offer students access to Festival official selections; non-competitive programs including Cannes Classics and the Directors’ Fortnight; sidebar festival, tributes; master classes and directors showcases. Students will stay in shared apartments in Cannes. The course will be taught by Senior Lecturer in Film & Media Studies, Laura Mason.

    For more information contact: Laura Mason at lmason@jhu.edu


    Click here to see PHOTO CONTEST WINNERS!
    Thank you to all who participated! Please visit our office or Facebook page to see all of the pictures! 

    NEW Study Abroad Program for Engineering Students at the Technion Institute of Technology in Israel!
    Earn credits toward your engineering major at a world class hub for technological entrepreneurship, the Technion: Israel Institute of Technology! Learn from distinguished faculty, including Nobel Prize winners. Classes will be held in the Technion's state-of-the-art facilities. Engineering courses will transfer seamlessly toward most majors/minors. Students will also participate in a professional or research internship throughout the semester. For applications and more information, click here.

    Experience firsthand the transformation of Cuba. CASA Cuba semester program.
    The Consortium for Advanced Studies Abroad's (CASA) program in Cuba is a collaborative initiative involving seven U.S. universities: Brown, Columbia, Cornell, Dartmouth, Johns Hopkins, Northwestern, and the University of Pennsylvania. CASA-Cuba provides students with a unique opportunity to have direct access to Cuba's leading institution of higher learning, the University of Havana, and to Casa de Las Americas, the Cuban government's premier research institution. Students take credit-bearing lectures from recognized experts on key issues facing the country. All courses are taught in Spanish. Students interact with Cuban and other international peers who share their intellectual curiosity about Cuba's past, present and future. In addition, students are encouraged to carry out focused research projects that engage them with recognized Cuban experts in given disciplines and connect them with local archives, museums, and key cultural organizations. For more information and applications, please click here.

    Registration of Undergraduate International Travel
    Attention all undergraduates! Will you be working, studying, or conducting research abroad this intersession? Undergraduates are required to fill out and submit some forms along with register international activities affiliated with Johns Hopkins in JHITR. Please click here to find the form/s you must complete. We will be giving you important information and registering you in the Johns Hopkins International Travel Registry. For more information, contact the Office of Study Abroad at jhuabroad@jhu.edu.

    Approaching Deadlines
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  7. February 1: Deadline for SERIUS Summer 2016 Engineering Research Internships 
    The applications for the National University Singapore are due
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  9. February 15: Application Deadline for Hopkins Fall/Year 2016 Departmental Programs

  10. March 1: Application Dealine for Hopkins Summer 2016 Faculty-Led Programs

  11. Spring Deadline for Hopkins-Approved Study Abroad Programs: April 1
    Please check individual program websites for program deadlines as they may be earlier.

    April 1: Application Deadline for Summer Research/Activities Abroad 


    Upcoming Events
  12. Study Abroad Fair
    Interested in studying abroad? Don't miss this opportunity to meet representatives of universities & programs abroad!
  13. Wednesday, Febuary 10th
    5-7 PM

    Glass Pavillion
     
  14. Baltimore Regional Re-Entry Conference
  15. Click this link for more info and to sign up!
    When: Saturday, February 13, 2016 from 9:30 AM to 3:00 PM (EST)
    Where: Loyola University Maryland
  16. 4501 North Charles Street
    Andrew White Student Center, 4th Floor
    Baltimore, MD 21210
    Conference highlights include:
    • -Meeting other recent study abroad returnees from all over Maryland
    • -Hearing from dynamic and motivating keynote speakers
    • -Learning how to talk about your newly acquired global skills in a job interview
    • -Discovering how you can work or study abroad after graduation
    • -Networking with professionals working in internationally-focused jobs
    • -Staying connected to and sharing stories about your study abroad experience

    Upcoming Information Sessions

  17. Hopkins Madrid Info Session
    Thursday, February 11
    5pm
    Levering Conference Room A

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    Hopkins Summer London Info Session 
    Thursday, February 18
    5:00pm
    Brody Learning Commons, Macksey Room (M-Level)

     

    Hopkins Summer Brazil Info Session
    Monday, February 22
    12-1pm
    Levering Conference Room A


    Hopkins Summer Photography in Ireland Info Session
    Wednesday, February 24
    5pm
    Mattin 204

     

    Hopkins Paris/Lyon Philosophy Info Session
    Thursday, February 25
    3:30pm
    Levering Conference Room A


  19. Returning Students
    Don't forget to complete the Returning Students Survey!

    Important Information:
  20. Once you have returned from study abroad and received notification to complete Junior Clearance, schedule a meeting with your faculty advisor. THIS CAN BE DONE PRIOR TO THE TRANSFER OF CREDITS FOR COURSE WORK COMPLETED FROM STUDY ABROAD.
  21. Following receipt of your official transcript, Director of JHU Study Abroad Dr. Citti will send you an email asking you to complete a web based evaluation of the program abroad and to contact the Study Abroad Office at jhuabroad@jhu.edu to make an appointment to meet with her.