To help cover educational expenses (including tuition and stipend), the School of Medicine encourages all applicants to apply for graduate fellowships from appropriate U.S. and international agencies.
Applicants accepted to a PhD program at the School of Medicine receive financial aid in the form of a tuition scholarship, health insurance and a stipend to cover living expenses. See full tuition information.
Applicants to SOM masters, certificate and non-degree programs should review program-specific details and/or contact the program directly for specific information regarding program tuition and funding.
We recognize that it can be financially burdensome to relocate to a new city to attend a PhD program. Students who are admitted to PhD programs at JHU can apply to receive a $1500 need-based grant to offset the costs of relocating to JHU.
These grants provide funding to a portion of incoming students who, without this money, may otherwise not be able to afford to relocate to JHU for their PhD program.
This is not a merit-based grant. Applications will be evaluated solely based on financial need.
Student Financial Aid Services
Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
1620 McElderry St., Suite 427
Baltimore, MD 21205-1911
Email: [email protected]
Maryland Student Loan Debt Relief Tax Credit Program
Maryland residents who have accumulated at least $20,000 in undergraduate or graduate student loans and have at least $5,000 remaining on their loans may be eligible for a credit on their state taxes.