John Hopkins University Tuition Medical School

Last Updated on August 12, 2023 by Oluwajuwon Alvina

We are committed to enrolling the best students, regardless of their family’s financial circumstances.

The information below outlines the full annual cost of a Johns Hopkins education, before financial aid, scholarships, or other awards. Actual cost will vary.

All figures are for the 2021-22 academic year

Undergraduate tuition

SCHOOLTUITION
School of Arts and Sciences$58,720
School of Engineering$58,720
Peabody Institute$56,313

Students interested in enrolling in the schools of Arts and Sciences and/or Engineering can learn more about how Hopkins families pay for college on the website of the Office of Undergraduate Admissions, or contact one of our financial advisers, who are available to help students and families fully understand their options and make informed choices.

Graduate tuition

SCHOOLTUITION
School of Advanced International StudiesWashington: $55,540
Bologna: €40,310
School of Arts and Sciences$58,720
Carey Business School$64,000
($1,650/credit)
School of Education$875/credit
School of Engineering$58,720
School of Medicine$58,000
School of NursingFull-time MSN: $42,960
Full-time MSN/MPH: $59,136
Peabody Institute $56,313
School of Public Health $73,980
(full-time MPH—5 terms)

Doctoral tuition

SCHOOLTUITION
School of Advanced International StudiesWashington: $55,540
Bologna: €40,310
School of Arts and Sciences$58,720
School of Education$45,260
School of EngineeringPhD: $58,720
Doctor of Engineering: $65,000
School of Medicine$58,000
School of NursingFull-time PhD: $42,426
Full-time DNP: $33,534
Peabody Institute $56,313
School of Public Health $59,184

Johns Hopkins School Of Medicine Acceptance Rate

The 60 women and 61 men of the 2024 entering class have performed at a high level academically and scored in the top few percentiles on standardized tests. And while the fact that the majority of students majored in science as undergraduates might come as no surprise, the fact that 14% of the class had a major other than science just might. They have distinguished themselves further by demonstrating leadership qualities, a commitment to service, a passion for medicine and a range of additional personal qualities that are indicative of successful students and physicians.

With an admit rate of 7%, it is easy to understand why the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine is sometimes viewed from the outside as highly competitive. However, the 121 newest members of our community are discovering right now that the competition ended with their admission. Once inside, students experience a welcoming and collaborative atmosphere where individual passions are encouraged and one another’s successes are celebrated.

Meet the Class of 2024

The Path to Admission

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5,604

Applicants

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664

Interviews

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284

​Accepted

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121

​Matriculated

Incoming M.D. and M.D.-Ph.D. Students

50%Women

50%Men

43%Asian

29%Caucasian

17%Underrepresented in Medicine Students

11%Not Specified / Other

27US States Represented

3Countries Represented

56Undergraduate Institutions Represented

3.93Average GPA

521Average MCAT