The Johns Hopkins Masters in Finance program is continually one of the most popular programs researched on my site and I wanted to provide everyone with an update on the program. A lot has changed since I last posted and and with students going back to school and starting to think about graduate programs and update was definitely long overdue.
Incoming Class Profile – 2017
The Johns Hopkins program continues to recruit a large, diverse class with a competitive GMAT and GPA scores. Below are the full-time and part-time incoming class profiles.
- Class Size – 487 students
- Countries Represented – 19
- Avg. GMAT – 689
- Avg. GPA – 3.45
- Avg. Years Work Experience – 1.4
- Class Size – 34
- Countries Represented – 6
- Avg. GMAT – 613
- Avg. GPA – 3.30
- Avg. Years Work Experience – 11.8
A bunch of events are coming up, including information sessions, including a very helpful application Q&A session.
- Full-Time MS in Finance Application Q&A
- October 10, 2018 at 12:00pm
- Full-Time MS in Finance Online Information Session
- October 23, 2018 at 12:00pm
Johns Hopkins Chinese Student Club Honored by Chinese Ambassador
This isn’t specific to just the Masters in Finance program, but includes those students as well as others on campus. The Washington, D.C. based Chinese Students and Scholars Association (CSSA) was honored by the Chinese Ambassador to the U.S. as one of the top chapters in the country. This is a pretty big honor and I thought it would be of interest for any of the international students applying (domestic students as well!). You can read more about it here.
A couple other things that might be of interest. There is an online component to the part time masters in finance for anyone who needs the added flexibility. Tuition has been updated (I will update my tuition section on the site) – $68,900 for the full-time program and $1,370/credit hour for the part-time program.
Here is a link to the Johns Hopkins Masters in Finance Program