Admission & Financial Aid
WELCOME AND EXPLORE!
There are many reasons why students choose Johns Hopkins School of Education for graduate school. Our 30+ programs, offered on campus and online, combine evidence-based research with practical experiences to provide a solid foundation for career growth and advancement. Our graduate degrees are designed to prepare future principals, teacher leaders, counselors, curriculum coaches, specialists, entrepreneurs and administrators for the demands of contemporary teaching, leading and research.
We strive to provide exceptional support and guidance throughout the application process. If you are ready to apply, but have questions about application deadlines, college transcripts, essays/personal statements or other materials, our admissions representatives will walk you through the requirements of the application. Please give us a call at 1-877-548-7631 or email email@example.com to connect with a member of our team.
In light of our nation’s current public health emergency and support of health and safety guidelines, we have transitioned our admissions office operations, in-person events, and visit opportunities to a virtual format until further notice.
Interested in learning more about a particular program? Check out our Admissions Events which includes information sessions on demand and virtual information session dates.
The SOE Admissions Team
Office of Admissions
Johns Hopkins School of Education
Our admissions staff is available to assist you with any questions or concerns you might have regarding academic programs or admissions criteria Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. EST.
CONTACT FINANCIAL AID
Financial Aid Office
Johns Hopkins University
School of Education
2800 N. Charles Street
Request support through
SEAM’s online form
Office hours: M to F | 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.
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The Office of Admissions is your connection to the programs we offer—and your guide through the application process. We welcome the opportunity to work with you.
The culture of excellence is pervasive at the School of Education. You are among people who are at the top of their field. It really does rub off. If you want to be a leader in the field, you should be with the best. That’s what I think Johns Hopkins is about. I feel like I entered the field at a great advantage.”