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Young woman watching virtual sessionHello Admitted Students!

Just a quick reminder: if you’re not able to attend one of our Admitted Student Visitors Days, there is a series of virtual information sessions designed to provide more information about our school.

The first of these sessions (a panel discussion for incoming doctoral students) is TOMORROW, Wednesday, March 25.

For more information, visit the Admitted Student website (login and password required).

Which applications are still open?Many of our application deadlines have passed, a few have been extended and a few are on the horizon.

So, which of our programs are still accepting applications?

See the list below.

BIOCHEMISTRY AND MOLECULAR BIOLOGY

EPIDEMIOLOGY

ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH SCIENCES

GRADUATE TRAINING PROGRAM IN CLINICAL INVESTIGATIONS

HEALTH POLICY AND MANAGEMENT

INTERNATIONAL HEALTH

MENTAL HEALTH

MOLECULAR MICROBIOLOGY AND IMMUNOLOGY

POPULATION, FAMILY AND REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH

SCHOOLWIDE MASTER OF PUBLIC HEALTH

Please see special instructions for applying to the Schoolwide MPH

REMEMBER:

Application deadlines vary by program: know your program, its applicationrequirements and deadline. School policy requires your online application and supporting materials (official transcripts, test scores, letters of recommendation, etc.) to be submitted before or on the application deadline. 

However, as you can see, some programs (NOT ALL) are willing to extend their deadline.

You should know that once the published deadline has passed, Admissions Services can no longer guarantee an admissions review.  Submitting materials after the deadline may also hurt your chances of funding through the department.

If you’ve missed the deadline for your program of interest, hang in there. We’ll be talking about the application for 2016-2017 soon!

National Public Health Week (NPHW) is little more than two weeks away!

How will you celebrate?

If you need ideas, visit NPHW for information on daily themes, activities, events, and a pledge to make America the healthiest nation in one generation.

APRIL 6-12, 2015

National Public Health Week 2015

Application Deadlines Approaching!Most of our original application deadlines have passed, but a few more are approaching!

MARCH 31

APRIL 1

APRIL 15

MAY 1

DECISION DEADLINE - APRIL 15

Admitted students should accept or decline their offer of admission by APRIL 15.

Detailed instructions may be found on the Admitted Student Website (login and password required).

If you haven’t yet received a decision, don’t fret. We know some departments are still deliberating and others still have open applications. If you’re accepted on or after April 15, we ask that you reply no later than three weeks from the date your offer is received.

As always, if you have any questions, please email us at jhsph.admiss@jhu.edu.

REMINDER

Application deadlines vary by program: know your program, its applicationrequirements and deadline. School policy requires your online application and supporting materials (official transcripts, test scores, letters of recommendation, etc.) to be submitted before or on the application deadline.  

Some programs (NOT ALL) are willing to review applications completed soon after the deadline.  However, once the published deadline has passed, Admissions Services can no longer guarantee an admissions review.  Submitting materials after the deadline may also hurt your chances of funding through the department.

Best wishes to you and your application!

Want to learn more about graduate programs in public health?

Next week, the Association of School and Programs of Public Health (ASPPH) will host a free graduate school fair in Washington, DC. Representatives from forty CEPH-accredited schools and programs will be there!

Come! Visit! Tell us how much you like this blog!

The event is free, but registration is required.

This is Public Health Grad Fair