September 29, 2012

Bloomberg School Merit-based Institutional Scholarships

Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School Merit-based Institutional Scholarship Awards

Course(s) Offered: Public health
Course Level: Graduate (masters, PhD)
Provider: Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
Country to Study in: USA

Scholarship Description
The Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School welcomes its international students with open arms and takes pride in the diversity of the entire student body.

The largest school of public health in the world, the Bloomberg School is currently home to more than 2,000 students from more than 85 countries who meet here in Baltimore to pursue their public health careers.

The Bloomberg School awards several competitive, merit-based scholarships to accepted students who are pursuing a full-time degree program.

  1. Sommer Scholars
    Named in honor of Dean Emeritus Alfred Sommer, the Hopkins Sommer Scholars Program is developing the next generation of public health leaders. The Bloomberg School selects up to 15 Master of Public Health and 15 doctoral candidates to be Sommer Scholars every year.

  2. Brown Scholars
    The C. Sylvia and Eddie C. Brown Community Health Scholarship trains student leaders committed to eliminating health disparities in Baltimore. Each year, the Bloomberg School selects three doctoral students for this award.

  3. Johnson & Johnson Scholars
    The Johnson & Johnson Community Health Care Scholars Program provides funding to select doctoral students interested in increasing the sustainability of community health care and improving the quality of care for underserved populations.

  4. Global Health Scholars
    Offered by the Johns Hopkins Center for Global Health, the Global Health Scholarship Program awards full-tuition scholarships to Master of Public Health or Master of Health Science students with extraordinary academic achievements and potential to contribute to the field of global health.
While the Bloomberg School can provide funding or scholarships for many students, unfortunately there are some students we are unable to fund. These students will need to obtain outside funding.

In addition to scholarships, other sources of funding in 2012/2013 include federal aid and grants from organizations outside of the Bloomberg School.

Method of Application
If you are in the process of applying to the Bloomberg of Public Health, keep in mind that your online application also serves as your scholarship application.

Typically, no additional forms need to be submitted.

All of the materials you submit with your online application are important for the scholarship review process – especially personal statements, academic records and letters of recommendation.

Individual departments administer most of the scholarships, so contact your department of interest to learn more about your opportunities.

Application deadlines vary by department, degree program and sometimes degree track.

Make sure you allow plenty of time to collect your transcripts, letters of recommendation and other application requirements.

Bloomberg School policy requires that you submit your online application and all supporting materials by the application deadline.

Click here to access the full list of application deadlines.

For more information on other forms of financial assistance, you can visit the Office of Financial Aid and the Student Funding Resources Office.

Application Deadline: Varie/Ongoing (see DEADLINE above)
Open to International students: Yes

More Scholarship Information and Application

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