“The school’s location in Washington, DC has offered opportunities to engage with others in the international relations field while studying in the heart of where American foreign policy is formulated.”
“As a Strategic Studies concentrator, my course work provides the environment and opportunities to study a variety of topics ranging from statistics and Arabic to trade policy and nuclear weapons policy.”
“I chose to attend Johns Hopkins SAIS to explore its unique combination of top scholarship and exposure to policymakers and practitioners of international affairs and economics. “
“It was a helpful alumnus who helped me land my internship last spring at the Office of the US Trade Representative.”
As the SGA Social Chair, my goal is to make Johns Hopkins SAIS a fun and engaging place for all students – where they can make friendships and connections that will last them for life.
“Studying in Nanjing has allowed me to better understand my family’s experience living through World War II, the Cultural Revolution, and China’s economic transformation.”
“Johns Hopkins SAIS was the only Washington, DC school and one of the few in the country to offer Hindi/Urdu as a language option.”