The application will be available for submission on or about August 15.
In short, we cannot guarantee that we will be able to review your PhD application for our MSE program. But if you email Zack Burwell by February 1, stating that you’d like your PhD application to be cloned for MSE review, it is likely that we will be able to accommodate your request. Please keep in mind that you may not have received your formal PhD Admissions decision yet.
All documents must be sent to the Graduate Admissions Office:
Johns Hopkins University
Full-time Studies in Arts, Sciences and Engineering
Graduate Affairs and Admissions Office
W601 Wyman Park Building 3400 North Charles Street
Baltimore, MD 21218
To contact: go to :http://grad.jhu.edu/contact/
Note from the Graduate Admissions office:
Paper: Paper documents will be processed (scanned) and inserted into the appropriate applicant’s electronic folder, but these documents can only be matched up if the applicant has submitted the online application.
Emailed Documents: Please do not email documents unless they are requested.
The Graduate Affairs and Admissions Office does not accept paper copies of the statement of purpose since applicants are expected to submit this document through the online application. The uploaded file cannot exceed 500KB in size. The document must also adhere to 1″ (inch) margins. Further details can be found at http://www.grad.jhu.edu/admissions/apply/index.php#purpose. With regards to a Sample of Work (if your department requires this or its applicants have a habit of submitting it anyway), the online application can only accept samples of work up to 500KB in size. The document must also adhere to 1″ (inch) margins. We only accept samples of work via paper that exceed the 500KB size limit. Please do not send duplicates of documents that were successfully uploaded to the online system. Further information can be found at http://www.grad.jhu.edu/admissions/apply/index.php#samples.
We encourage you to include any information that you think will help us make a more accurate assessment of your abilities. However, it is generally better to give short abstracts of papers or projects (links to online versions are better) rather than full papers or reports. We cannot read everything that everyone sends since every year we receive over 300 PhD applications and 300 MSE applications.
My question is not on the list. What do I do?
For questions that are not Computer Science Department – specific, you will be able to find answers to many more questions at http://www.grad.jhu.edu/. Make sure to look at the official application instructions for domestic and international students on the Graduate Admissions website.
If you have questions about the Computer Science program requirements, the Graduate Program description in the catalog is the official source. Note, the answers in this FAQ are more current than the answers found in the official documents. If answers to your questions still cannot be found, please e-mail email@example.com.