Enrollment Documents



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Medical Requirements

  • All Engineering Innovation students are required to carry health insurance. International students should purchase medical insurance, valid in the United States.


Required Immunizations:

  • MMR (Measles, Mumps, Rubella): Two (2) Doses required, given after 12 months of age.  There must be 28  days between the first and second dose.  A blood titer which shows immunity to measles, mumps, and rubella may also be provided.
  • TDAP (Tetanus, Diphtheria, AND pertussis): One dose given on or after the age of 11.
  • TB Test (Blood Igra Tuberculosis Testing – Quantiferon Gold, or T-SPOT) within 6 months prior to arrival on campus is required for any student who has lived for more than 4 consecutive weeks in any of the areas listed below. Tuberculosis BLOOD testing is required regardless of prior BCG vaccinePPD Skin testing is NOT VALID for this JHU requirement.  *If there is a history of a positive TB blood test, a chest x-ray is required.  Include a copy of the report written in English.*

Angola, Bangladesh, Brazil, Cambodia, Central African Republic, China, Congo, Ethiopia, India, Indonesia, Kenya, Korea, Lesotho, Liberia, Mozambique, Myanmar, Namibia, Nigeria, Pakistan, Papua New Guinea, Philippines, Russian Federation, Sierra Leone, South Africa, Tanzania, Thailand, Vietnam, Zambia, Zimbabwe.


Enrollment Documents:

Enrollment Documents for EI 2020 will be available starting in March 2020 through the application portal.  If you have questions regarding your acceptance into the program, please call our office at (410) 516-6224.

If you have not yet started or submitted your application, please visit the Apply page.

Health Insurance Information for International Students

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.

More information about how to apply for this policy can be found here.


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