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Carey Business School

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Johns Hopkins Carey Business School boasts two locations: Baltimore, MD, and Washington D.C.


  • The Baltimore, MD campus resides in the Harbour East neighbourhood, right on the water of the Inner Harbour. After class, you can enjoy a waterside walk from campus to the nearby neighbourhoods of Fells Point and Federal Hill

  • And the Washington D.C. campus is located just steps away from the halls of Congress, the Supreme Court, the White House, headquarters of consultancy agencies, and advocacy groups.

Johns Hopkins Carey Business School offers full-time, part-time, and online MBA programmes, as well as MS degrees in Baltimore and Washington, D.C. which are data driven, built to compete in the global marketplace. Programmes are taught in English. 

Johns Hopkins Carey Business School has two campuses: Baltimore, MD, and Washington D.C.
  • Baltimore (Harbour East) Campus: Full-time MBA, FT MS in Health Care Management, FT MS in Marketing, FT MS in Finance
  • Washington D.C. campus: FT MS in Real Estate and Infrastructure, FT MS in Business Analytics and Risk Management, FT MS in Finance, FT MS in Information Systems

The business school offers the following support systems for students:
  • Career Development Office – career support
  • Student Success Centre – academic support
  • The Office of Student Affairs 
  • Student disability support services
Of the 2020 class profile:
  • Full-time MBA: 68 percent US citizen, 32 percent non-permanent resident
  • Flexible MBA: 94 percent US citizen, 6 percent non-permanent resident
  • 2019-2020 MS graduates: 86 percent non-permanent resident, 14 percent US citizen

The following extracurricular activities are popular with students:
  • Experiential co-curriculars
  • Case competitions
  • Student organisations

Students live off-campus.
The typical admissions criteria at Johns Hopkins Carey Business School are as follows: 
  • Transcripts, resume, two essays, one professional recommendation, GMAT/GRE scores, interview
  • Submit a Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL iBT), International English Language Testing System (IELTS), or PTE score. You may be exempt, if you meet one of the following criteria:

           You are a native of, or you completed an undergraduate or graduate degree at an accredited college or university in the U.S., or another country on this list.

        You completed an undergraduate or graduate degree at an accredited college or university where English was the ONLY language of instruction as indicated on the university’s website, transcript, and/or mark sheets.
  • Applicants who hold, or who are currently pursuing, degrees from non-US institutions must have their academic records evaluated by a NACES member agency before they can be considered for admission to a degree/certificate program. The credential evaluation must reflect the applicant has the equivalent of a U.S. bachelor’s degree.
Because fees and documents required for evaluations may vary by agency, applicants are encouraged to contact the agencies directly for additional information. The scholarship e-Bulletin shows a list of external funding opportunities, such as need-based and merit scholarships, grants, and fellowships.
The 2020 employability statistics from Johns Hopkins Carey School of Business are as follows: 
  • Full-time MBA: Within 120 days after graduation, 92.9 percent accepted offers, the average base salary plus signing bonus is US$114,812, and 80 percent accepted new employment in North America
  • Part-time MBA: 58% received a salary increase while in the programme, 38 percent reported receiving a promotion while in the programme, 2020 graduates earned an average base salary and bonus of US$117,089.

Carey School of Business offers the following career services:
  • Career Development Office  
  • Career development networks: The seven career development networks each focus on a different industry, job function and/or career interest area. Each network is led by certified career coaches and employer relations professionals who are ready to help you set and attain your career goals.
  • Regional alumni groups and alumni affinity networks

About

Johns Hopkins Carey Business School boasts two locations: Baltimore, MD, and Washington D.C.


  • The Baltimore, MD campus resides in the Harbour East neighbourhood, right on the water of the Inner Harbour. After class, you can enjoy a waterside walk from campus to the nearby neighbourhoods of Fells Point and Federal Hill

  • And the Washington D.C. campus is located just steps away from the halls of Congress, the Supreme Court, the White House, headquarters of consultancy agencies, and advocacy groups.

Johns Hopkins Carey Business School offers full-time, part-time, and online MBA programmes, as well as MS degrees in Baltimore and Washington, D.C. which are data driven, built to compete in the global marketplace. Programmes are taught in English. 

Johns Hopkins Carey Business School has two campuses: Baltimore, MD, and Washington D.C.
  • Baltimore (Harbour East) Campus: Full-time MBA, FT MS in Health Care Management, FT MS in Marketing, FT MS in Finance
  • Washington D.C. campus: FT MS in Real Estate and Infrastructure, FT MS in Business Analytics and Risk Management, FT MS in Finance, FT MS in Information Systems

The business school offers the following support systems for students:
  • Career Development Office – career support
  • Student Success Centre – academic support
  • The Office of Student Affairs 
  • Student disability support services
Of the 2020 class profile:
  • Full-time MBA: 68 percent US citizen, 32 percent non-permanent resident
  • Flexible MBA: 94 percent US citizen, 6 percent non-permanent resident
  • 2019-2020 MS graduates: 86 percent non-permanent resident, 14 percent US citizen

The following extracurricular activities are popular with students:
  • Experiential co-curriculars
  • Case competitions
  • Student organisations

Students live off-campus.
The typical admissions criteria at Johns Hopkins Carey Business School are as follows: 
  • Transcripts, resume, two essays, one professional recommendation, GMAT/GRE scores, interview
  • Submit a Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL iBT), International English Language Testing System (IELTS), or PTE score. You may be exempt, if you meet one of the following criteria:

           You are a native of, or you completed an undergraduate or graduate degree at an accredited college or university in the U.S., or another country on this list.

        You completed an undergraduate or graduate degree at an accredited college or university where English was the ONLY language of instruction as indicated on the university’s website, transcript, and/or mark sheets.
  • Applicants who hold, or who are currently pursuing, degrees from non-US institutions must have their academic records evaluated by a NACES member agency before they can be considered for admission to a degree/certificate program. The credential evaluation must reflect the applicant has the equivalent of a U.S. bachelor’s degree.
Because fees and documents required for evaluations may vary by agency, applicants are encouraged to contact the agencies directly for additional information. The scholarship e-Bulletin shows a list of external funding opportunities, such as need-based and merit scholarships, grants, and fellowships.
The 2020 employability statistics from Johns Hopkins Carey School of Business are as follows: 
  • Full-time MBA: Within 120 days after graduation, 92.9 percent accepted offers, the average base salary plus signing bonus is US$114,812, and 80 percent accepted new employment in North America
  • Part-time MBA: 58% received a salary increase while in the programme, 38 percent reported receiving a promotion while in the programme, 2020 graduates earned an average base salary and bonus of US$117,089.

Carey School of Business offers the following career services:
  • Career Development Office  
  • Career development networks: The seven career development networks each focus on a different industry, job function and/or career interest area. Each network is led by certified career coaches and employer relations professionals who are ready to help you set and attain your career goals.
  • Regional alumni groups and alumni affinity networks
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