Washington, DC

Experience Life in a World Capital
Prepare to Lead
The Johns Hopkins SAIS Advantage

Students immerse themselves in the life of the city through social events, community service and internships.

Johns Hopkins SAIS always has attracted ambitious individuals who want to make a difference in the global community.

Washington, DC acts as an extension of our campus—attracting top faculty and students from around the globe.

Washington Campus
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About the Washington Campus

The city of Washington, DC, has traditionally acted as an extension of the school's main campus, giving students access to the world's most influential individuals and institutions—and unparalleled opportunities for hands-on learning and career networking. The school is close to the White House, US Capitol and World Bank, and neighbors include think tanks, embassies, and corporate and federal offices.

With proximity to power, we are located on Washington's Embassy Row in Dupont Circle. The school is across the street from the Brookings Institution and the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, and near the Center for Global Development and the Peterson Institute for International Economics.

Campus Tours

Prospective students are welcome to explore the Washington campus facilities through a student guided tour. 

Arrange a Tour

 

Attend a Class

Prospective students are encouraged to experience the quality of the students and professors by attending a class. Class visits are available during the academic year, September through May. To arrange a visit, sign up on your MySAIS page.

 

Information Sessions

Information sessions allow prospective applicants to learn more about the school's atmosphere, curriculum and application process. Admissions Office staff members are also available to speak with you informally. Our walk-in hours are Monday through Friday, 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. or by appointment.


Events

The viewpoints that hundreds of visiting heads of state, diplomats, government officials, organization executives and other thought leaders bring to the campus each year create an atmosphere in which classroom studies and research projects take on a new and deeper meaning. Many of these events are open to the public and media as well.

Events Calendar


 

Nitze Building
1740 Massachusetts Ave., NW
Washington, DC 20036
+1.202.663.5600