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Global Health Scholarships

The Center for Global Health awards up to 8 full tuition scholarships to the masters' programs at the Bloomberg School of Public Health.

With our financial support, our scholarship winners can receive a high-quality education that will enable them to impact health in developing countries upon their graduation.

"We are pleased to support these seven promising students in their public health work," says Thomas Quinn, MD, the Center's Director. "The Center works to further global health education among the Johns Hopkins community, and these students already have impressive global health experience they can draw from as they complete their studies. We look forward to witnessing all they will accomplish in their careers."

How to Apply for a Scholarship

The Center works in partnership with the Bloomberg School of Public Health to award our scholarships. Please read more about how you can apply for a scholarship here.

Meet our Scholars

The Johns Hopkins Center for Global Health has awarded 57 scholarships since the start of the program in 2007. The scholarship winners hail from both the United States and from countries abroad, and are selected because of their high scholastic achievements and their interest in global health.

2013 winners:

H Droppert

Hayley Droppert
MPH Candidate

S Gupta

Shailvi Gupta
MPH Candidate

A Jenson

Alexander Jenson
MPH Candidate

J Lin

Jessica Lin
MSPH Candidate

RMax

Ryan Max
MSPH Candidate

SShrestha

Shreya Shrestha
MPH Candidate

WTracy

Wren Tracy
MPH Candidate

VYin

Vivian Yin
MPH Candidate

 

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