Scholarships

Humanitarian Assistance Scholarships are designed to support students who are committed to improving humanitarian response and health for refugees, displaced persons, and populations affected by conflict and natural disasters. The Humanitarian Assistance Scholarships provide travel and research support to promising MPH, MHS and doctoral candidates enrolled full time at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health.

Application Review Process:

The review committee will be comprised of members of the faculty at the Center for Humanitarian Health. The applications will be judged on the following criteria:

  1. Scholarly merit -- including design, methodology, and originality.
  2. Relevance in relation to the mission of the Center for Humanitarian Health and the objectives of the scholarship fund.
  3. The degree to which the proposed work will provide quality field experience and support the development of careers that focus on the health and well-being of displaced populations and the field of humanitarian response.

Awards will be announced in May of each year, before the end of the 4th term of the academic year.


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