International students in the part-time programs at Johns Hopkins Engineering study online and earn their degrees from their country of residence.
Johns Hopkins Engineering has offered online courses since 2001, consistently delivering a unique educational experience that is both academically rigorous and highly practical.
The majority of our programs can be completed fully online from anywhere in the world.
Additional Admission Requirements for International Students
International Credential Evaluation. All applicants who hold degrees or have earned credits from non-U.S. institutions are required to have their academic records evaluated by World Education Services (WES) before they can be considered for graduate or special student status, or admission to a degree or certificate program.
Johns Hopkins Engineering for Professionals requires the International Credential Advantage Package (WES ICAP), which provides electronic delivery of your verified academic transcripts along with your credential evaluation reports. The WES requirement is also referred to as a Course by Course Evaluation in many instances throughout the application process. Please be aware of this terminology.
NOTE: Engineering for Professionals will only accept WES evaluations submitted electronically from WES directly to our application system.
English Proficiency. In addition to meeting the admission requirements and completing the credential evaluation as described above, all international applicants must submit proof of their proficiency in English via the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) or the International English Language Testing System (IELTS) before they can be offered admission.
The TOEFL code for Johns Hopkins Engineering for Professionals is 7561.
A minimum score of 600 (paper-based), 250 (computer-based), or 100 (web-based) is required on the TOEFL. For the IELTS, an overall band score of at least 7.0 is required. The admissions office requires official copies of all results.
Because the majority of our programs are completed fully online, Johns Hopkins Engineering for Professionals is not authorized to certify the I-20 form required for a student visa. Those holding student visas granted by other universities are not allowed to register for our courses, and cannot be accepted as degree candidates or Special Students. For additional visa information, please contact the Office of International Services.
Services for International Students
Once admitted, international students at Johns Hopkins Engineering for Professionals benefit from a wide range of support services including international student groups, access to the Johns Hopkins Office of International Services, and access to counseling and workshops from the Johns Hopkins Student Assistance Program.
Please be sure to contact us if you have additional questions or need assistance.