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Tuition & Scholarships

Tuition is assessed per term by the Office of Student Accounts & Business Services. Please visit the Office of Admissions Tuition and Fees page for additional information.

Full-time Format

Online/Part-time Format

$69,720
($13,944 per term for 5 terms)

$72,960 for 80 credits (using 2019/20 tuition rates)
(includes funding through Welch Scholarship)

All international and U.S. applicants admitted to the MPH program are considered for scholarship support. The admission application serves as the scholarship application.

The review process for scholarships is extremely competitive and only the highest-rated applicants receive funding. The review committee considers all aspects of the application, particularly personal statements, academic records and recommendation letters. Applicants are encouraged to submit all materials early in the cycle. Those who elect to submit their application without a standardized test score are at a disadvantage.

Important factors:

  • academic excellence
  • strong professional background
  • leadership potential in the public health field

Non-degree seeking students are not eligible for financial aid or scholarships.

Online/Part-time Students

  • Bloomberg Fellows

    • This Program is designed for individuals who are currently working in the United States with organizations on the frontlines of addiction, violence, risks to adolescent health, environmental challenges, and obesity in the food system.  Recipients must commit to serving a year with the collaborating organization after graduation.  This full-tuition scholarship includes a small stipend.
    • Additional Application Required
  • The Welch Scholarship

    • All new online/part-time MPH students will be awarded the Welch Scholarship. This award is in honor of the Bloomberg School’s 100th anniversary and our founding dean William Henry Welch. The Welch Scholarship is designated for tuition costs and is disbursed incrementally for each credit (up to 80 credits). This funding can be used for online, in-person or institute courses.
  • Endowed Funding

    • All applicants to the online/part-time format of the MPH program are considered for additional endowed scholarship funding, which ranges from $5,000-$15,000 and is only used toward the first year of the program.
  • Health Security MPH Scholarship

    • The Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security provides the Health Security Scholarship for Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health Masters in Public Health (MPH) students. It is targeted toward JHSPH MPH students with an interest in the field of health security, particularly those with interest in pandemics and global catastrophic biological risks. The scholarship aims to enable individuals to enter the health security field and work to improve our preparedness for and response to these potentially catastrophic public health emergencies.

    • Awarded scholarships will cover full tuition for the JHSPH MPH degree. Up to two scholarships will be awarded for an academic year. The inaugural scholarships will be awarded for the 2021–2022 program year. Additional Application Required

Full-time Students

  • Bloomberg Fellows

    • This Program is designed for individuals who are currently working in the United States with organizations on the frontlines of addiction, violence, risks to adolescent health, environmental challenges, and obesity in the food system.  Recipients must commit to serving a year with the collaborating organization after graduation.  This full-tuition scholarship includes a small stipend.
    • Additional Application Required
  • Sommer Scholars Program

    • The Sommer Scholars Program is a prestigious scholarship and leadership program for outstanding students with the potential to be the public health heroes of the future. This full-tuition scholarship includes a living stipend. (Total awards: 12)
  • Scholarship for displaced Syria, Myanmar, South Sudan, Afghanistan, or Somalia Student

    • This scholarship program supports one individual who has been displaced due to the conflicts in Syria, Myanmar, South Sudan, Afghanistan, or Somalia. This student will receive a full tuition scholarship while pursuing the full-time format of the MPH in conjunction with the Hopkins Center for Humanitarian Health.
  • Peace Corps Coverdell Fellows

    • All Returned Peace Corps Volunteers (RPCVs) are considered for a partial tuition scholarship as well as participation in an enrichment program coordinated with SOURCE (Student Outreach Resource Center).  Students partner with community-based organizations; complete practicum projects with local organizations and city and state health departments; and lend their talents and energies to community endeavors. All RPCVs also will be considered for all institutional merit-based scholarships.
  • Reed Frost Scholarship

    • The Reed Frost tuition award, ranging from $20,000 to $30,000, is named in honor of two giants of public health: Lowell J. Reed and Wade Hampton Frost. (Total awards: 10-15)
  • Endowed Student Funding

    • All applicants to the full-time format of the MPH program are considered for endowed scholarship funding, which ranges from $5,000 to full scholarships. (Total awards: 10-15)
  • Pre-doctoral Clinical Research Training Program

    • The Pre-doctoral Clinical Research Training Program provides intensive learning experiences that prepare students for clinical research careers in any discipline, specialty or subspecialty. The program provides partial tuition and stipend support. Only Johns Hopkins medical students are eligible. 
    • Additional Application Required
    • Contact: Stacey Marks, Academic Program Manager
       
  • Health Security MPH Scholarship

    • The Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security provides the Health Security Scholarship for Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health Masters in Public Health (MPH) students. It is targeted toward JHSPH MPH students with an interest in the field of health security, particularly those with interest in pandemics and global catastrophic biological risks. The scholarship aims to enable individuals to enter the health security field and work to improve our preparedness for and response to these potentially catastrophic public health emergencies.

    • Awarded scholarships will cover full tuition for the JHSPH MPH degree. Up to two scholarships will be awarded for an academic year. The inaugural scholarships will be awarded for the 2021–2022 program year. Additional Application Required

  • MPH Tuition Peter Salama Refugee Scholarship

    • MPH Tuition Peter Salama Refugee Scholarship

    • Institution Contact: mphprog@jhu.edu

    • Level of Study: Graduate

    • Fields of Study: Master of Public Health.

    • Scholarship Award Amount: Full tuition for the 11-month program of study

    • Approximate Funding Gap to be filled by student: Housing, travel, and living assistance

      Award Duration: 11 months for Master of Public Health (MPH) graduate program

    • Number of Awards Available: One

    • Application Deadline: December 1, 2020

    • Application Requirements:

      Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health in conjunction with the Center for Humanitarian Health has launched a refugee scholarship program in honor of Dr. Peter Salama to support one individual who has been displaced due to the conflicts in Afghanistan, Myanmar, South Sudan, Syria and Venezuela. These students will receive full tuition, while pursuing a Master of Public Health graduate degree at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health (JHSPH) in conjunction with the Hopkins Center for Humanitarian Health.

    • Applicants must have been displaced by conflict and political unrest in:

      · Afghanistan and currently residing in Pakistan or Iran, or residing under Temporary Protected Status, refugees or asylum seekers in the U.S.

      · Myanmar and currently residing in Bangladesh or residing under Temporary Protected Status, refugees or asylum seekers in the U.S.

      · South Sudan and currently residing in Kenya, Ethiopia, Sudan or Uganda, or residing under Temporary Protected Status, refugees or asylum seekers in the U.S.

      · Syria and currently residing in Egypt, Lebanon, Jordan or Turkey, or residing under Temporary Protected Status, refugees or asylum seekers in the U.S.

      · Venezuela and currently residing in Colombia, Ecuador and Peru, or residing under Temporary Protected Status, refugees or asylum seekers in the U.S.

      Students will begin their studies in July 2020 (full-time MPH program only).

      JHSPH requires a minimum TOEFL score of 100 or IELTS score of 7.0.

      Applications are due by December 1, 2020and all required materials are due by January 2021.

      International applicants can apply for waivers for the SOPHAS application fee.

      Applicants with questions are asked to please contact the MPH Program by e-mailing: mphprog@jhu.edu

Other Sources of Funding

  • American Indian Graduate Scholars Program

    • The Center for American Indian Health provides funding and on-site mentorship for Native master’s and doctoral students. Scholarship support is based on availability of funding and may include support, in full or in part, for tuition, a stipend, books and tutoring services.
    • Additional Application Required
  • NIOSH ERC Occupational and Environmental Health Nursing Program

  • Federal Aid

    • The Financial Aid Office helps domestic students apply for federal aid and provides a comprehensive list of resources. The office also provides assistance with federal and private loans and the Federal Work-Study Program.
    • The Public Service Loan Forgiveness (PSLF) Program forgives the remaining balance on your Direct Loans after you have made 120 qualifying monthly payments under a qualifying repayment plan while working full-time for a qualifying employer. Borrowers only have to make income-based loan repayments for 10 years and then any remaining balance is forgiven (provided you work in government or non-profit).
    • The National Institutes of Health will repay up to $35,000 in student loans each year for MD, PhD or other post-doctoral students who qualify (you must be a U.S. citizen or permanent resident).