The Turing Scheme is possibly available at Johns Hopkins University at this point of time. This could mean that Johns Hopkins University is currently filing an application to accept students on the Turing Scheme, or that you need to get in touch with them direct to find out the latest.
Johns Hopkins University accepts both male and female students from all countries. International students are welcome to apply. Acceptance at Johns Hopkins University is based on several factors, including past academic performance and grades, financial viability, reciprocal exchange with your home university and sometimes on compassionate grounds.
Johns Hopkins University is a registered education institution and is currently accepting new international student enrolments for next semester.
For more information about applying to Johns Hopkins University, please visit their website by clicking the apply button at the bottom of this page (if eligible).
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