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Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore

(4.7/5 based on 280+ reviews on the web)
The Johns Hopkins University was the first university in the Western Hemisphere based on the European research institution, with a mission both to teach and to advance human knowledge through discovery. Its establishment revolutionized U.S. higher education. Today, Johns Hopkins remains a world leader in education, research and patient care. It ranks first among U.S. universities in winning federal research and development funds.
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  • The JHU campus is incredibly beautiful. Visit in the spring and enjoy quads filled with flowering trees and spacious greens surrounded by lovely Georgian red brick buildings. Tour through Gilman Hall ...  more »
  • We visited Johns Hopkins as a college Visit for my daughter, and attended an hour-long presentation by a member of the admissions team for the university. Our initial concerns of security remain after...  more »
  • Either Johns Hopkins University or the Hospital a distance from each other, terrific history behind both institutions. The University itself has beautiful grounds, lovely staff. The Hospital sits in a...  more »
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  • Note - this is a review of the Homewood Campus, not the medical school. Interesting experience as a grad student. Most valuable lesson - an "R1" institution comes with a host of "prima donna" students and faculty. If you must, get in, get out, and get on with your life.
  • Benign, the final result from John Hopkins!!! Thanking God for my Dr. and the CT techs, the surgeons and everyone at John Hopkins University that hold the future of lives in their hands this Thanksgiving! God Bless You All!!! May you be able to send this result to millions in the future is my prayer! God Bless You All!
  • I am currently in grade eight and Johns Hopkins is my top choice for medical school. I know that Duke and Harvard have excellent programs, too, but Johns Hopkins is by far my favorite.
  • Recent Hopkins alumna here--JHU has tremendous research opportunities for undergraduates, top-notch researchers and professors from all over the world, and great flexibility for students who want to study lots of different things. Hopkins of course is reputed for its phenomenal medial school, but it is also home to the #1 school of public health, ties with Harvard for its school of education, has a great International Studies program, and many other wonderful departments in engineering, humanities, and the social and natural sciences. Students study hard here (sometimes to excess) but for those who wish to get a great amount of learning out of their undergraduate career, Hopkins is a good fit. As a plus, the campus is well-sized and beautiful.
  • I'm in my 2nd year of JHU I play for there lacrosse team it is great