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DR. KINGSLEY AJOKU Masters of Public Health Last Updated 01/16/2014

Johns Hopkins School of Public Health is the best school of Public Health in the World.The high quality didactics, dedicated faculty members who have very good relationship with the students and the state of the art lecture rooms make Johns Hopkins School of Public Health second to none. If I have t...

Percy Adonteng-Boateng Masters of Public Health Last Updated 06/27/2014

I wanted to meet and learn more about the great scientists and heroes of my field, to learn the ways of excellence.

Heidi Albright Masters of Public Health Last Updated 09/23/2013

The most comprehensive and respected program with world-renowned faculty and inspiring peers.

Safianu Alhassan Masters of Public Health Last Updated 08/12/2014

The reason I chose Hopkins is simple! It is the best public health school in the world. The world class faculty of Johns Hopkins who are world leaders in their various specialties are people whose mentorship will shape my outlook to solution design and implementation

Bethany Arnold Health, Behavior and Society Last Updated 04/16/2014

Hopkin's status as the #1 Public Health School in the country definitely didn't hurt, but I liked the opportunity to build connections, work internationally, and specialize in a specific department while still having access to other departments and the larger Hopkins network. I moved back from 3.5 ...

Brenda Asiimwe-Kateera Masters of Public Health Last Updated 09/12/2014

1. It's the best public health school in the world 2. Great networking and mentoring opportunities with top researchers and faculty 3. Student diversity

Jessica Atwell Masters of Public Health Last Updated 08/27/2014

I chose Hopkins for my MPH for several reasons. I was drawn to the caliber and number of faculty members and centers here, and the cutting edge research that is being conducted in my field of interest. As a student interested in both infectious diseases and vaccines, I felt that Hopkins had more to ...

Sarah-Blythe Ballard Masters of Public Health Last Updated 12/12/2013

Outstanding academics, expert professors, and a diverse, interesting student body

Arnab Basu Masters of Public Health Last Updated 10/12/2013

Best School of Public Health in the world, Varied courses Ability to tailor the program to your interests

Daniel Beachler Epidemiology Last Updated 08/13/2014

Great program with engaging professors and lots of opportunities.

DR. KINGSLEY AJOKU Masters of Public Health Last Updated 01/16/2014

Johns Hopkins School of Public Health is the best school of Public Health in the World.The high quality didactics, dedicated faculty members who have very good relationship with the students and the state of the art lecture rooms make Johns Hopkins School of Public Health second to none. If I have t...

Percy Adonteng-Boateng Masters of Public Health Last Updated 06/27/2014

I wanted to meet and learn more about the great scientists and heroes of my field, to learn the ways of excellence.

Abayomi Agbebi Masters of Public Health Last Updated 08/12/2014

Most stimulating, diverse and inspiring learning environment.

Oluwatosin Ajayi Masters of Public Health Last Updated 06/30/2014

Hopkins has the best MPH program period and it gives me the opportunity to combine public health and business management with humanity in mind, to identify the problems the world is facing and be able not only to proffer solutions but to implement them.

Juan Carlos Alamo-Larrañaga Mental Health Last Updated 06/30/2014

The greatest research teaching university in Public Health around the world

Heidi Albright Masters of Public Health Last Updated 09/23/2013

The most comprehensive and respected program with world-renowned faculty and inspiring peers.

Mae Aldossari Masters of Public Health Last Updated

Safianu Alhassan Masters of Public Health Last Updated 08/12/2014

The reason I chose Hopkins is simple! It is the best public health school in the world. The world class faculty of Johns Hopkins who are world leaders in their various specialties are people whose mentorship will shape my outlook to solution design and implementation

Yvonne Angwenyi Health, Behavior and Society Last Updated 03/07/2014

Excellent academic standards, training by Faculty who are leaders in their fields, the chance to contribute to innovative research, a diverse network, the combination of local and international health activities.

Bethany Arnold Health, Behavior and Society Last Updated 04/16/2014

Hopkin's status as the #1 Public Health School in the country definitely didn't hurt, but I liked the opportunity to build connections, work internationally, and specialize in a specific department while still having access to other departments and the larger Hopkins network. I moved back from 3.5 ...