Application materials include:
- Academic transcripts
- Three letters of recommendation
- Statement of Purpose
- The GRE General Test is required. However, this requirement can be waived for individuals for whom personal circumstances make it difficult or impossible to access the GRE General Test at this present time. If so, please let the Academic Affairs Administrator (information below) be aware of these circumstances, and the application will be given full consideration.
- The GRE Chemistry Subject is Test is recommended, but not required.
All application materials should be received by December 15, 2020 to ensure full consideration by the Graduate Admissions Committee (GAC). Nevertheless, the GAC will commence meeting in early December, so submission of materials earlier than the deadline is encouraged.
Assistance with the application process is available. Candidates with questions about the application process, or requests for a GRE General Test waiver (or on other matters related to the application) should contact the Admissions Committee’s Academic Affairs Administrator:
Academic Affairs Administrator
Johns Hopkins University
Department of Chemistry
3400 North Charles Street
Baltimore, MD 21218
There are no fixed requirements for admission. Undergraduate majors in chemistry, biology, earth sciences, mathematics, or physics may apply as well as all well-qualified individuals who will have received a BA degree before matriculation.
Financial Aid and Admissions
About 80 fellowships, research appointments, and teaching assistantships are available for graduate students.