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Our team of global admissions professionals can help you decide which program best meets your academic and professional goals.

Join us at a variety of virtual events or get in touch with our Admissions Offices in Washington DC, Bologna, Italy, and Nanjing, China, to get your questions answered on degree programs, the curriculum, student life and the admissions process. We look forward to connecting with you! 

Johns Hopkins SAIS Live

Live Information Sessions

Join us for live information sessions hosted by our Admissions representatives and current students. Our team will be providing insight on program offerings, the student experience, and financial aid and career opportunities. The link to attend will be provided upon registration for each session.
 

Johns Hopkins SAIS Live Sessions Global Recruiting Schedule

Taster Lectures

Join us for a virtual taster lecture. See firsthand how our experts inform and engage students in critical international relations issues. These programs are meant to be interactive and will include a question and answer session at the end.

Professor Sarah Parkinson
“The Future of Military Politics in the Middle East”
Thursday, September 24 at 6:00 p.m. ET
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Professor Erik Jones
"The Transatlantic Relationship after the U.S. Presidential Elections"
Wednesday, October 21 at 1:00 p.m. ET
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Professor Jessica Fanzo
"Can Fixing Dinner Fix the Planet?"
Thursday, November 12 at 6:00 p.m. ET
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Interviews

Interviews are a wonderful way to personalize your application, demonstrate your professional focus, and academic interest in our programs.

Information about Fall 2020 interviews will be available soon.

If you plan to begin in Bologna, Italy (along with applicants to the Diploma, MAIA, MEPP, and MAGR degrees), the SAIS Europe Admissions Office will contact you to arrange an interview, so you are not required to self-schedule an interview. 

To schedule an interview with the Hopkins-Nanjing Center Admissions Office, please email nanjing@jhu.edu.