Graduate Education at Johns Hopkins University

The nation’s first research university, Johns Hopkins is committed to the creation of knowledge and has a proud history of graduate education. Alumni of our graduate programs include award-winning novelists, pioneering engineers, major museum curators, renowned scientists, and a U.S. president.

Since the university’s founding, our tradition of graduate education has been central to our reputation for academic leadership and the advancement of knowledge. We are committed to educating the next generation of scholars and to fostering the professional, intellectual, and research skills they need to succeed in any professional domain.

Take the Next Step

As a Hopkins engineer, you will be prepared for professional success, no matter what career path you take--from launching your own startup to being a leader in academia, industry, or public sector.

Learn about the admissions process for full-time engineering graduate programs and apply today.

Full-Time Graduate Fellowships and Grants

Hopkins Engineering offers a number of endowed fellowships that provide financial aid to incoming and current full-time engineering students. Full-time degree-seeking graduate students are automatically considered for the fellowships.

Financial Aid

Learn how to afford your graduate education, understand the types of aid available, and begin your application today.

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Contact WSE Graduate Admissions

Do you have additional questions about graduate education at Hopkins Engineering?

The Office of Engineering Graduate Admissions

Vivien Thomas Scholars Initiative

The Vivien Thomas Scholars Initiative (VTSI) is an endowed fellowship program at Johns Hopkins for PhD students in STEM fields. It provides full tuition, stipend, and benefits while also providing targeted mentoring, networking, community, and professional development opportunities. Students who have attended a historically black college and university (HBCU) or other minority serving institution (MSI) for undergraduate study are eligible to apply.