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The English Program helps students excel in their courses as well as in their future careers in the professional field of International Relations. English for academic and specific purposes is stressed. Courses are offered for non-native English speakers at the Advanced and Superior levels. 

The program equips concentrators to analyze not only what is happening in the European Union and its member states, but also on other nations in Eastern Europe and Eurasia, including Russia, the Caucasus, and Central Asia and to understand the region's role in the world. 

Through customized executive seminars and degree programs, Executive Education develops innovative thinkers and problem-solvers, equipped to deal with the challenges of today's rapidly transforming global economy.

Campus Operations and Technology department manages a wide array of task including SAIS Café, SAISWare, facilities, IT services, security, commencement, and other operational services for students and faculty

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

The SAIS Persian Program offers a unique learning experience for graduate students in the fields of international relations and/or development. Through interactive and communicative language activities in and beyond the classroom, students are given the opportunity to build, develop, and enhance their Persian skills, while incorporating and/or transferring their knowledge from their other academic courses and academic/professional interests. 

SAIS students have the opportunity to hold on-campus jobs regardless of their nationality or Federal Work Study (FWS) status. More about FWS can be found below.

This page includes several fellowship opportunities provided by SAIS and external organizations. 

Johns Hopkins SAIS offers several kinds of financial aid options, awarded on the basis of need and merit, and provides information and assistance with applying for aid. The financial aid office is based out of our Washington, DC campus. The mission of the Office of Financial Aid is to provides access, aid, and advisory services for the school's Community.

The FPI seeks to advance practically oriented research and discussion about foreign policy. To this end, it organizes research initiatives and study groups, and hosts leaders from around the world as resident or non-resident fellows in fields including international policy, business, journalism, and academia.