Our typical student is a rising junior (~35%) or senior (~65%) in high school. Talented 9th graders (rising sophomores) may be considered, however, priority will be given to older students. Graduated seniors are also eligible the summer before they enroll as undergraduate students.
Because Engineering Innovation and Biomedical Engineering Innovation are college level courses, interested students must meet the following requirements:
We move through the topics quickly and assume students are able to extend upon the pre-requisite knowledge to tackle more challenging problems.
We offer residential opportunities for Engineering Innovation at our Johns Hopkins Homewood campus in Baltimore and Hood College. Residential students must be between 15 and 17 years of age for the duration of the program (born between July 31, 2003, and July 5, 2006); no exceptions can be made.
Students enrolling at Johns Hopkins University in the summer must have health insurance, issued by a provider headquartered in the United States. Traveler’s insurance does not meet this requirement. A parent or guardian may not waive or permit students to attend without health insurance that is U.S. based. Documentation of health insurance must be provided to the program before enrollment is confirmed.
International students must also meet this U.S. based health insurance requirement. For students who cannot document satisfactory coverage, a temporary, summer-only plan is provided by IMGlobal, through the Gateway Patriot Exchange program. This is a limited, emergency plan, and does not cover pre-existing conditions.
For more information about how to apply for this policy, please click here.