JHU Student Event: Direct Matriculation Programs PDF. In Email
Thứ sáu, 09 Tháng 10 2020 19:44

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I hope fall is continuing to go well for you and your communities. I apologize for reaching out so much with virtual visit opportunities, but I wanted to highlight a unique program that I will be hosting for students in my international region on Monday, October 12th at 9:00am EST/6:30pm IST/8:00pm ICT.

This program will focus on two of our accelerated, direct entry BA/MA programs in Global Health Studies and International Studies that students can apply for during their first year admissions process. These programs are not tied to any particular undergraduate major, so this is a great opportunity for any of your students who are interested in Public Health, Economics, Applied Statistics, Policy and Political Science, International Studies and Relations, History, and/or Language studies. Students will learn how our connections to the School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) and the Bloomberg School of Public Health will benefit their undergraduate opportunities and how they can have direct pathways into graduate study. I will walk through the application process for the Direct Matriculation programs and give some tips on writing the additional required essay.

Please share this event with any interested students and encourage them to register for the DMP event herehttps://admissions.jhu.edu/register/?id=153f8a29-eb02-446f-ac45-ea87eafdbfff. If you are interested in attending as a counselor to learn more about these specialty programs please let me know and I can provide you the direct Zoom link.

This program will not be recorded, but if students cannot attend they can learn more via the links below and can also email me directly with questions.

DMP: Global Health Studies


Interested in public health issues on a global scale? U.S. News and World Report ranks the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health #1 in public health and has since 1994.

DMP: International Studies


Interested in international relations, political science, business, or social policy? Foreign Policy magazine ranks the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) #3 in master’s programs for a Policy Career in International Relations.

Additionally, students can find our full virtual offering of information sessions, tours, financial aid sessions and workshops here. Please let me know if you have any questions or feedback.

Thank you,


Jenny Hunken

Pronouns: she/her/hers

Assistant Director of Admissions
Office of Undergraduate Admissions

Johns Hopkins University
Mason Hall / Baltimore, MD 21218
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