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Through the use of compelling communication tools, a unified brand marketing approach, and expanded public relations focus, the Office of Marketing, Communications, and Strategic Initiatives leads signature marketing and communications initiatives to advance the school's reputation as a global leader in the field of international relations.

‘In the News’ is a roundup of recent media coverage featuring the Johns Hopkins SAIS community and is produced and distributed several times a month by the Office of Marketing, Communications, and Strategic Initiatives.

The Office of International Services (OIS) is dedicated to providing consistent, exceptional immigration services and international programming support for all SAIS international students, scholars, faculty, researchers, and staff in the United States.

The Online Principles of Economics course examines the government’s role in the creation of an ideal environment for the proper function of the private market, and how government can improve outcomes when conditions are less than optimal.

Johns Hopkins SAIS accepts a limited number of part-time, non-degree students for study during the fall and spring semesters. 

Through interactive and communicative language activities in and beyond the classroom, students are given the opportunity to build, develop, and enhance their Persian skills.

Placement exams are offered every semester before the beginning of language classes, and students are eligible to take a proficiency exam if they have completed the fourth semester of language instruction at SAIS.

The Portuguese Language Program offers courses at all levels, from Novice through Advanced levels. The program follows a communicative, content-based approach to language learning.

Pre-Term is a full-time program that provides the opportunity for incoming students to get a jump-start on their study of economics, quantitative reasoning, or English. Students can re-acclimate to the academic world while meeting fellow classmates, deans, and recent alumni during informal events.

Pre-term at SAIS Europe provides students the opportunity to settle into Bologna early, learn some Italian, and fulfill part of their economics or quantitative reasoning requirement. For non-native English-speaking students, it is an ideal time to improve English skills, particularly academic writing, before starting the year. In addition, pre-term affords students returning to university the chance to re-acclimate to the academic world while meeting fellow classmates and professors.

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