From 2007-2014, The Center for Global Health awarded up to 8 full tuition scholarships yearly to the masters' programs at the Bloomberg School of Public Health.
With our financial support, our scholarship winners received a high-quality education that enabled them to impact health in developing countries upon their graduation.
"We are pleased to support these seven promising students in their public health work," says Thomas Quinn, MD, the Center's Director. "The Center works to further global health education among the Johns Hopkins community, and these students already have impressive global health experience they can draw from as they complete their studies. We look forward to witnessing all they will accomplish in their careers."
The Center has temporarily suspended its scholarship program. If you would like to support the Global Health Scholarship program please considering donating to the Center for Global Health.
How do I apply for the Global Health Scholarship?
There is not a separate application for the Global Health Scholarship. Instead, all admitted students into the Bloomberg School of Public Health are considered for the award. Departments that are eligible to receive Scholars determine awardees using already submitted application materials. If you wish, you may mention your desire for the scholarship in your admissions essay. Please do not send CVs, Resumes, Letters, etc. as they will not have any bearing on your application.
What does the Global Health Scholarship cover?
The scholarship covers full tuition for the 11-month MPH program and for one year of a two-year MPHS or MHS program.
Who is eligible to receive a Global Health Scholarship?
Students applying for master's programs at the Bloomberg School of Public Health are eligible. You can only be awarded the scholarship as a new student; returning students are not eligible. Two departments are eligible to receive scholars each year.
What criteria are used to evlauate Global Health Scholar nominees?
There are no set criteria such as GPAs, GRE scores, or letters of recommendation. Successful candidates tend to have excellent academic backgrounds and have a demonstrated interest in global health.
I still have questions. Who should I contact?
For questions about the admissions application, please contact the relevant department or program.
Kindly do not send resumes, CVs, Letters, etc.
Meet our Scholars
The Johns Hopkins Center for Global Health has awarded 63 scholarships since the start of the program in 2007. The scholarship winners hail from both the United States and from countries abroad, and are selected because of their high scholastic achievements and their interest in global health.