Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine Directory Information

Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine was founded in 1887. Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine is located in 733 N Broadway, Baltimore, MD 21205. Johns Hopkins University is four-years, private (not-for-profit) school and offers both undergraduate and graduate programs with total enrollment of 28,890.
There are 586 students at medical school - 292 men and 294 women. Last year, 120 students have enrolled newly to Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine.

2023 Doctor of Medicine M.D. Degree Program Tuition & Fees

The Doctor of Medicine (M.D.) degree program tuition & fees of Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine is $61,490 for academic year 2022-2023. The total cost of attendance including room & board, meal, books, and other living costs is $88,360.
The tuition & fees includes direct costs billed by the school and it may include the fees for exams and health related fees, but exclude health insurance costs. The living costs includes costs for room, board, meals, and transportation.
The total cost of four years of M.D. degree program at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine is $359,871. It is based on the official school's tuition data (see the school's bursar page for details).
The next table summarizes the tuition & fees, and other college costs at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine

General Program Tuition

The medical school tuition is different from the costs of other undergraduate and graduate programs. For major programs other than medical school program at Johns Hopkins University, the average undergraduate tuition & fees is $58,720. The average graduate program tuition & fees is $61,202.
The average living costs including room & board and other living expenses is $17,987 when a student lives on-campus (i.e. dormitory, school owned apartment) and $14,593 when a student lives off-campus.

Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine GPA and MCAT Scores

The average GPA from enrolled students at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine is 3.93 and the average MCAT score is 519. Its GPA is higher than average GPA of all medical schools as well as Maryland medical schools. The MCAT score of Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine is higher than average MCAT of all medical schools as well as Maryland medical schools.

Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine Acceptance Rate and Admission Statistics

For academic year 2021-2022, total 4,820 students have applied to Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and 254 students have accepted to get into the school. Among the admitted students, 120 students have enrolled into the school. The acceptance rate is 5.27% and the yield, also known as enrollment rate, is 47.24% at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine.

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