Graduate study in the Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering prepares you for leadership in modern chemical engineering research. One excellent way to learn more about us and our program is to visit! The Graduate Affairs and Admissions Office offers campus tours on most Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Please check their webpage to verify scheduled tours before you arrive. You can also view a student-produced video tour of our campus here. You can learn more about the department and the university below.
The application deadline for Fall 2014 is January 5 at 11:59 p.m. Eastern Standard Time. Spring admission is not offered. Information about application policies, verification of credentials, application fees, transcripts, letters of recommendation, financial assistance, GRE scores, mailed materials and more can be found on the JHU Graduate Application Requirements page.
All applicants are required to complete the online application. Upon starting an application, applicants will receive an email from email@example.com. This email contains a PIN (personal identification number) and password, generated by the online application system. This PIN and password are necessary for accessing the ApplyYourself/Hobsons application, to monitor the application’s status and to view the receipt of supplemental materials. Applicants are urged to submit all required supplementary materials electronically; doing so will avoid delays in processing the prospective student’s admissions file.
Note: The Graduate Affairs and Admissions Office only accepts regular mail, Certified Mail, UPS, DHL and FedEx deliveries.
If you are experiencing problems accessing the online application or supporting forms, please feel free to contact the Graduate Admissions Office using their contact form. For further information about the ChemBE Graduate Program, please contact our Academic Program Coordinator, Caroline Qualls.
Graduate student financial assistance is available through teaching or research assistantships, fellowships, and partial or full tuition remission. The actual financial aid package is specified upon acceptance into the graduate program. Current financial aid packages include full tuition support and a stipend. Outstanding applicants are automatically considered for Abel Wolman Fellowships. Wolman Fellowships provide stipends that exceed standard graduate support as well as full tuition payment. Wolman Fellowships are awarded for one year; department support is provided after the first year. No special application is required.
Financial assistance for the Department’s graduate program comes from many sources outside the University, including research grants from federal agencies, grants from industries, corporations and foundations, and gifts from individual alumni and friends. Department sponsors are listed on this page. The Department acknowledges their valuable assistance.
Chemical and Biomolecular engineering graduate students at Hopkins participate in collaborative research programs with scientists and engineers at the Homewood campus, the Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions, the Johns Hopkins Institute for NanoBioTechnology, the Applied Physics Laboratory, and nearby government laboratories, such as the National Institutes of Health and the National Institute of Standards and Technology. This research network provides students with the opportunity to conduct research and learn in an extraordinary array of state-of-the-art laboratories.