Student and Trainee Grants
The Johns Hopkins Center for Global Health offers a variety of funding opportunities for Hopkins students and residents to gain overseas hands-on experience.
Which principles guide students selected to receive CGH grants?
Opportunities for Hopkins Students
This program provides grants of up to $3,500 for undergraduate and graduate students to gain experience by applying to specific placements. This award is best suited for students who wish to gain experience internationally but do not require an independently-guided research project.
The 2017 Cycle is closed. The 2018 Cycle dates will be announced soon.
This program provides grants of up to $3,500 for undergraduate and graduate students to work with a mentor on a global health project in a developing country. This award is best suited for students who have a project idea and/or mentor already in mind.
The 2016 Cycle is closed. The 2017 Cycle dates will be announced soon.
This grant (up to $5,000) is an opportunity to investigate or illuminate an international public health issue with editorial support from the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting, a leading journalism organization with deep experience covering global health issues.
The 2016 Cycle is Now Closed.
This program provides up to 38 travel grants of up to $5,000 per year to Johns Hopkins housestaff. This program is for housestaff who have already identified opportunities overseas.
Fall Applications are due September 25, 2016.
Spring Applications deadline will be announced soon.
Global Health Leadership Program
An interprofessional rotation course for Nursing and Medical students at Johns Hopkins University. The program is currently sending students on 1 month rotations to Pune, India.
The Fall deadline is September 24th and the Spring deadline will be April 16th, 2017.
This program provides $500 to Global Health Field Research Award and Global Health Established Field Placement winners to present their research at a conference
DUE DATE: Ongoing
Grant Recipient Forms
To be selected for a CGH program, all students must pass the online course International Travel Preparation, Safety and Wellness (220.600.81) through the Department of International Health at JHSPH. Specific programs will outline when this course must be completed based on the timeline of the program. Check each program for other specific eligibility requirements.