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Visiting Medical Students

Fees

What fees are due to JHUSOM?

What is the cost of the registration fee?

What is the cost to park on campus?

What is the cost of health insurance?

When are fees due?

What payment types are accepted?

Fees are subject to change

Are any programs available to offset the fees?

  

What fees are due to JHUSOM?

Fees include registration, health insurance (if applicable) and parking (if applicable).

 

What is the cost of the registration fee?

The base fee is $300 for 9 weeks or any portion thereof.  Payment of the registration fee entitles visiting medical students access to the student health clinic through University Health Services and use of the Welch Medical Library.

An additional registration fee is charged for visiting students from non-LCME accredited schools who participate in clinical electives.  This $1,000 fee is charged in addition to the base fee for 9 weeks or any portion thereof.

If the elective extends beyond 9 weeks, additional registration fees are charged. 

Fees are payable at registration and are not refundable after the elective begins.

 

What is the cost to park on campus?

Discount parking vouchers are available for a cost of $10 per day and are non-refundable.

 

What is the cost of health insurance?

All visiting students must have health insurance which is underwritten by a U.S. insurance carrier and meets the minimum requirements established by JHUSOM.  Travel and foreign insurances are not acceptable.  If you do not have acceptable U.S. based insurance, you will be required to enroll in the JHUSOM student health program; the premium for individual coverage for health insurance is $269 per month for the 2013-2014 academic year and $283 per month for the 2014-2015 academic year.  This fee is charged for full months of coverage only.

 

When are fees due?

Fees are paid at time of registration at the Registrar's Office.  Please do not pre-pay any fees.

 

What payment types are accepted?

Acceptable forms of payment include:  cash, traveler check, domestic check or credit card.  Bank/wire transfers and international debit cards are not able to be processed. 

 

Fees are subject to change

Fees are subject to change each academic year.  Students are required to pay the fees that are in place at the time their elective takes place.

 

Are any programs available to offset the fees?

The following program offers limited financial assistance to visiting medical students:

 

 

 

Updated: 4/9/2014

 

MSCHE: Self-Study Report for the School of Medicine

The School of Medicine has completed its Self-Study for the Middle States Commission on Higher Education accreditation review. Please review the self-study here.

 

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