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Financial Aid

 

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. The SOM stipend for the 2022-2023 academic year is $35,608 (unless otherwise noted by the program). Annual tuition is $59,700.

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.

View more information about the grants.

Financial Resources

Student Financial Aid Services
Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
Reed Hall
1620 McElderry St., Suite 427
Baltimore, MD 21205-1911
Telephone: 410-614-3450
Fax: 410-614-3730
Email: finaid@jhmi.edu

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.

Johns Hopkins University Financial Wellness Resources

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