14 from Johns Hopkins receive Fulbright grants to study, teach, and conduct research abroad
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As a university with a global perspective, we encourage our students to think beyond Baltimore, to see themselves as citizens of the world.
Each year, hundreds of Hopkins undergrads spend a semester (or a year) abroad, in Paris or Tokyo, Barcelona or Buenos Aires, Nanjing or dozens of other destinations around the globe.
Some recent excursions:
- Conducting biology research on a Vredenburg Scholarship in London
- Working as a community engagement intern in Chile
- Studying global health in Brazil, India, and South Africa
- Participating in the Hopkins Global Leadership Fellows Program in Tokyo
Most students study abroad as juniors, but depending on your major, sophomore or senior years are options, too. And for students who can’t study abroad for an entire semester, there are specialized international programs offered during the summer or Intersession (recent destinations include Cuba, Dublin, Florence, Ecuador, and Japan).
Learn more: Study Abroad website