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The Johns Hopkins SAIS 2018 Commencement Ceremony will take place at DAR Constitution Hall on May 23, 2018 at 11 a.m.

The Office of Communications serves as the school's primary contact to the media, manages special events publicity and logistics, oversees social media, develops Web and new media content, and produces publications.

The Conflict Management Program focuses on mechanisms for handling international conflict, both between and within states, and developing cooperation. 

The Cost of Attendance information is available for all degrees at SAIS.

Cultural Conversations, an innovative program directed by Azar Nafisi, launched in 2009 and serves as a stimulating forum for US and international scholars. We provide an alternative and autonomous space, independent of a specific political agenda, through a lecture series, educational workshops, graduate level courses and a regular newsletter.

Our unique interdisciplinary education provides the theoretical insight and practical tools required for a successful career in today's global environment. A presence on three continents and a network of partnerships with leading global educational institutions set SAIS apart. SAIS students combine the study of international economics with key policy areas of global concern that span the world's pivotal regions. Our curriculum is complemented by a specialized, practical language proficiency program. 

You can use dining dollars to purchase meals and retail products at SAISCafé. You can also use J-Cash for SAIS Café purchases, but please be aware that you will not receive the same tax benefits as for Dining Dollars.

The Diploma in International Studies requires two semesters of full-time study at SAIS Europe which include eight non-language courses and the completion of a language requirement. The diploma is a certification of graduate course work in international studies and is useful for those who already hold or are currently working toward a master’s degree. 

Directions to Johns Hopkins SAIS’ Washington, DC campus.

This full-time program is for individuals who hold a Master and seek to become scholars as well as practitioners in international relations. Each PhD candidate works with a faculty adviser to design a unique academic and research plan to prepare for their dissertation. Students develop a comprehensive understanding of qualitative and quantitative analytic skills, international relations, economics, and regional studies.