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An Enriching Education in the Heart of Europe

"Johns Hopkins SAIS’s esteemed international reputation, extensive alumni network, and world-renown professors in both qualitative and quantitative fields influenced my decision to attend the school."

Following in the Footsteps of My Mother - a Johns Hopkins SAIS Alumna

"I grew up hearing about how amazing and life-changing Johns Hopkins SAIS is, as my mother, studied at the school."

Advancing My Career

"When I began to research master’s programs, Johns Hopkins SAIS, with its dual focus on international economics and international policy, seemed like a natural fit.

Learning in a City Steeped in History

"I felt incredibly lucky to have an international education in a city as steeped in history as Bologna, which gave me more appreciation for the depth and gravity of the history of the political and economic forces we talked about in class."

An Enriching Graduate School Experience

"I love the international community that Johns Hopkins SAIS fosters, with the student body hailing from different parts of the world, and bringing their dynamic experiences to everything we do here."

A Tailored Education

"When I first began to research Johns Hopkins SAIS and to entertain the idea of applying, I could not shake the feeling that it had been designed for someone like me."

Building My Network

"The school’s network and campus locations are pretty much unparalleled."

Studying in the Heart of Europe

"The real benefit of studying at SAIS Europe is not only the knowledge you gain in a niche field but also the transferable skills of communication, critical thinking, and tenacity that can be applied to any career or field."

A Global Education

I believe the school's economics and language requirements are fundamental for understanding the geopolitical challenges that we are facing today.

An Enriching Global Education

Given that Johns Hopkins SAIS is an international school, it was refreshing to have exposure to contrasting perspectives in Europe to being in the center of US politics in Washington DC.