HELP Course Application
Summer Institute: July 10 – 28, 2017
If you are a Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health or School of Nursing degree seeking student, please register through SIS as you normally would for a regular term. If you are not a Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health or School of Nursing degree seeking student, please complete an application and email it with your CV to the HELP Course Coordination Team. The application can be accessed here.
Your CV and application must be received by the applicable deadline in order to guarantee your place in the course. Applications will be received until all available seats have been filled. Students who apply after this time will be placed on a waiting list.
2017 Tuition and Fees
2017 Academic Credit Tuition Rate: $1091 per credit; $5,455 total | 2017 Non-Credit Tuition Rate: $400 per credit; $2,000 total
Cost per Credit Unit for Courses Taken for Academic Credit
Tuition for courses taken for academic credit for the 2016-2017 Academic Year is $1,091 per credit. Please see the main Summer Institutes Tuition page for more information about tuition and fees for courses taken for academic credit.
Cost per Credit Unit for Non-Credit Courses in the HELP Institute
Each Institute manages their own pricing for non-credit courses. For the HELP, cost is $400 per credit ($2,000 total). Please note that students who take courses not for credit will not receive a grade for the course and will not receive a JHSPH transcript upon completion of the course.
Scholarships: Important Information
There are on occasion a very limited number of scholarships available to attend the course. If we are accepting requests for scholarship consideration, a separate scholarship application will be posted to the site here that will need to be completed and turned in along with your regular application and CV. Please do not email with scholarship inquiries if there is not a scholarship application posted here. Even when we are accepting scholarship applications, be aware that we often receive many more qualified applicants than there are available awards. So, we highly encourage applicants to look for their own sponsors and to check with their employers for support to attend the course.
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