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Master's students at Johns Hopkins SAIS walk down Embassy Row in Washington DC

Master Degrees

Our rigorous master degree programs provide a world-class education by combining international economics, international relations, regional studies, and language studies.

Doctoral Degrees

Become a scholar or practitioner by working with a faculty advisor on a personalized academic and research plan leading to a dissertation.

Diploma, Certificate, and Non-Degree Programs

Deepen your knowledge and gain an academic credential in international relations through a shorter course of study.

Dual-Degree and Exchange Programs

Through our world-class partner institutions, you can earn two degrees at once, add a diploma, or study at another institution to gain additional perspectives.

Language Studies

Our robust language program, emphasizing current political and economic topics, trains you to achieve language proficiency in a non-native language.

Custom Executive Education

Custom executive seminars equip leaders to deal with the challenges of today's rapidly transforming global economy.

Summer Programs

Build professional skills, complement an internship, or prepare for graduate school in our summer programs, structured for working professionals.

Individual Courses

Explore topics of interest and build your expertise by selecting one of 350 course options in Washington DC.

Academic Calendars

Find important dates for the school year, sorted by campus.

Registration

Find info on how to register for courses.

Course Search

Search for courses on the Washington DC or SAIS Europe campuses.

JHU Undergraduates

Learn more about opportunities for undergraduates at JHU and other institutions to participate in programs at Johns Hopkins SAIS.

Not sure which program to explore first? Try our program finder tool to search by area of interest, program duration, location, work experience, and more.

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Upcoming Admissions Events

Feb 1 11:30 am - 3:00 pm Room 102, 1619 Massachusetts Avenue NW

MAGP Preview Day

For Prospective MAGP Students:

Join the class conversation on the China-Russia-Iran Axis with Ariane Tabatabai, Associate Political Scientist at RAND Corporation. Network with students and alumni at a post-class reception.

Feb 3 5:00 pm - 6:30 pm Room 501, 1740 Massachusetts Avenue NW

Mid Career/DIA On Campus Info Session

The Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) Admissions Office will host office hours specifically for prospective students for our graduate programs for mid-career professionals, the Master of Arts...

Feb 8 10:00 am - 2:00 pm Admissions Conference Room

Mid Career/DIA Office Hours

The Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) Admissions Office will host office hours specifically for prospective students for our graduate programs for mid-career professionals, the Master of Arts...