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Students walking in DC

Living in Washington DC

From power meetings on K Street's lobby headquarters to the vibrant nightlife of H Street, Washington DC is known as a top US city for young professionals.

Your Student Experience

Students on the Washington DC campus can access a wealth of resources, including our robust career services, student activities and organizations, publication opportunities, and wellbeing and support services.

Visit Us

Visiting the Washington DC campus is a great way to meet students, attend a class, and experience the Johns Hopkins SAIS advantage for yourself. We also offer online information sessions for those who aren't able to physically visit our campuses.

World-Class Faculty

Our world-class faculty bring real-world experience and expertise to the study of international relations.

Mason Library

The Mason Library provides students and faculty with full-scale research support and services.

Non-Degree Programs

Learn about individual courses and opportunities for part-time study on our campus in the heart of Washington DC.

Career Services

Through individual coaching, networking events, employer presentations, and more our global team of career professionals will help you navigate your next steps.

Living & Learning in DC

We asked current students what it's like to live and study in DC. Their answers may surprise you.

"DC is a very international city. It's also where a lot of the people I'm interested in working with happen to live." – Stephanie Eyocko, MA Student

Explore Our Location

Our Washington DC location is just steps away from organizations that shape the world.

Campus Events

Aug 21 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm Online SAIS Event

MA Virtual Information Sessions 2019

The Johns Hopkins University Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) Office of Admission invites you to learn more about the Master of Arts (MA) degree by joining...

Aug 28 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm Online SAIS Event

Doctor of International Affairs Virtual Information Session

The Johns Hopkins University Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) Office of Admissions invites you  to learn more about our newest degree offering - the Doctor of...

Sep 6 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm Room 417, 1740 Massachusetts Avenue NW

On-Campus Master of Arts Information Session

Come learn about our dynamic regional studies offerings within our Master of Arts program by attending this on-campus information session. The session will be moderated by a faculty member and...