Registration of Undergraduate International Travel
Attention all undergraduates! Will you be working, studying, or conducting research abroad this summer? Undergraduates are required to register international activities affiliated with Johns Hopkins in JHITR. For more information, contact the Office of Study Abroad at firstname.lastname@example.org.
New Scholarship Available
Introducing the new Bass Family International Scholarships. Amanda Bass, a senior in Arts & Sciences, studied abroad in Rome the fall of her junior year at JHU. The Bass Family has established a new endowed fund to ensure undergraduates with demonstrated financial need also have opportunities to gain a global perspective. These scholarships provide funding to academically-qualified undergraduate students in the Krieger School of Arts & Sciences majoring in the Social Sciences or Humanities with demonstrated financial need in order to conduct international research, engage in an international internship, or participate in an international study abroad program that is at least six weeks or more.
For more information, go to: https://rising.jhu.edu/bassfamilyscholars
Spring 2015 Upcoming Deadlines
-Rolling Admissions. Filling Fast!: International Honors Programs (IHP)
-Hopkins University College London (UCL): 09/16/14
-Most Hopkins Departmentally-Sponsored Programs: October 1
(Hopkins Berlin, Buenos Aires, Chile, Cuba, Denmark, Israel, Madrid, Mumbai, Munich, Paris Ecole Centrale, Paris HEC, Paris Sciences Po, Rome, Singapore, Switzerland EPFL)
Hopkins Intersession Deadline: October 1
Hopkins Intersession Scholarship Deadline: October 6
***Please note that if a Hopkins deadline falls on the weekend, we will collect the application materials the following Monday.
- Hopkins Cuba Semester Info Session
- October 3
- Levering Conference Room A
- Critical Language Scholarship Info Session
- October 7
- Mattin 160
- Madrid Semester Info Session
- October 9
- Mattin 161
- EPFL Research Info Session
- October 15
- Sherwood Room, Levering
- Boren Scholarship Info Session
387 Garland Hall
Boren Scholarship Info Session
Lobby of Garland Hall
Boren Scholarships are designed to provide students with the resources and encouragement they need to acquire skills and experience in countries and areas of the world critical to the future security of our nation. They focus on geographic areas, languages, and fields of study that are critical to U.S. national security, broadly defined, and underrepresented in study abroad. In exchange for Boren Award funding, students commit to seek work in the federal government for a specified period of time. For more information, please visit http://www.borenawards.org
-Don't forget to complete the Returning Students Survey!
Click the link above to see updates about our study abroad students.