Office of Study Abroad
Levering Hall, Suite 04B
3400 North Charles St Baltimore, MD 21218
410-516-7856, 7066 firstname.lastname@example.org
Resource Center Hours
Monday – Friday, 10:00 am – 4:30 pm
Advising Walk-in Hours
Monday – Friday, 2:00 pm – 3:30 pm
The mission of the Office of Study Abroad at Johns Hopkins University is to promote, support and develop
international programs that foster creativity, discovery and excellence in undergraduate education. These
international programs are developed and evaluated in collaboration with the faculty and deans of the
Zanvyl Krieger School of Arts and Sciences and the Whiting School of Engineering to ensure that they
complement the Hopkins curriculum, promote intercultural competencies, and encourage students to
reflect on their values, identities, and roles as world citizens.
How do I get started?
What is my motivation for studying abroad? Mastery of a language? Courses to satisfy
requirements? Work/research experience? Career building? Immersion in a new culture?
What type of experience do I want? Is there a country/region of particular interest to me? A
university or a small program? Urban or a rural experience? How long do I want to be abroad?
What skills do I have that prepare me for a program abroad? Language proficiency?
Coursework or experience for an internship/research project? How do I adapt to new environments?
How much support do I need from administrators, friends, and family?
When can I go?
Programs are available during intersession, summers, semesters, and year.
Students in good academic standing may participate in summer and intersession programs.
Juniors and first semester seniors who have required eligibility (varies) may go for a semester or
academic year. In some cases, students may go abroad during the second semester of their
sophomore year. Students may earn up to 30 credits for studying abroad.
How do I get information about study abroad?
Students may participate in Hopkins sponsored programs abroad or in external pro