School-Wide Funding Resources
The Student Funding Resources website assists students in identifying and applying for a range of scholarship and fellowship opportunities. Visit the site's featured funding sources and funding database.
Sommer Scholars Program
The Department nominates one continuing doctoral student annually for selection as a Hopkins Sommer Scholar by a school committee. The scholarships provides 100% tuition, stipend, and health insurance.
In the second year, after successful completion of 64 units and during the practicum, all full-time master's students receive a 75% tuition scholarship.
The Global Health Travel Awards
The Johns Hopkins Center for Global Health offers a variety of funding opportunities for Hopkins students and residents to gain overseas hands-on experience. Please visit the Center for Global Health website for more details.
Federal Work-Study: Students can work part-time for faculty members doing research and be paid at an hourly rate, for no more than 20 hours per week. Awarded as part of the federal aid package.