If you’re considering transferring and continuing your education at another college or university, it’s probably because you know this change will help you accomplish your goals, both inside and outside the classroom. Each year, students transfer to Hopkins from two- and four-year institutions for this exact reason.
(Read about one transfer student’s journey to Hopkins here.)
Apart from the dynamic campus environment, big-city amenities Baltimore has to offer, endless opportunities for research, and availability of state-of-the-art labs and equipment, one of the most important facets of a Hopkins education is the hands-on, real-world experiences our undergrads encounter.
97% of Hopkins students have some sort of career-related experience during their time here!
Resources like the Career Center and academic advising along with other on-campus support services help transfer students—and all Hopkins students—achieve their academic and personal goals. A Hopkins grad is a leader armed with the skills needed to conquer the professional working world or to take the next step in their academic career.
If you’re considering transferring to Hopkins, visit Hopkins Interactive to connect with current students and get a better idea of what the Hopkins experience could mean to you. As you’re learning more about Hopkins, keep in mind that the transfer application deadline is quickly approaching—Tuesday, March 1.