Please read the following section before starting the application process.
We offer a wide range of flexible programs in business and management that allow you to attend classes full- or part-time. Classes are offered evenings and weekends and are scheduled at four locations throughout the Baltimore-Washington area. Due to the nature of our programs, you may need to register for classes at more than one campus if you are full-time student. We recommend that you have a car, since university transportation is not available between campuses, and public transportation is limited.
No financial aid is available at this time for international students. Please see the Loans and Scholarships section for information about scholarships available from private organizations to some international students.
As an international student, you are charged the same tuition rates as a US student. Costs for courses vary by program and location. Please see Tuition and Fees for specific information.
As an F-1 student, you willneed to show proof that you can afford all tuition and living expenses for one academic year to receive an I-20. The estimated expenses for the 2013-2014 academic year are:
We do not provide on-campus housing for any of our students. You may find it helpful to visit the Off Campus Housing Office of Johns Hopkins University to locate housing near the Homewood Campus in northern Baltimore City. Also visit the Housing section for other communities in Maryland, Washington, DC and Northern Virginia.
In order to receive an I-20 form, which is used to apply for an F-1 student visa, you must be fully admitted to a degree program well in advance of the start of the semester (read about our deadlines). We do not issue I-20s for provisional acceptance to a degree program nor do we issue an I-20 for any of the certificate programs. I-20s can be issued only for full admission (includes conditional admission) to one of our graduate or undergraduate programs.
Full-time status/full course of study is defined at the Carey Business School as being enrolled in at least 9 credits each fall and spring semester for graduate students and at least 12 credits each fall and spring semester for undergraduate students.
As an F-1 student enrolled in a full course of study, you will complete your degree program within 2-3 years depending upon the program and other factors.
In order to comply with the US Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) regulations, if you are a newly enrolled F-1 student, you can only begin your program in the fall or spring semester. You cannot begin in a summer semester.
If you have questions regarding admissions for international students, please call 410-234-9220 or 1-877-88-CAREY or email firstname.lastname@example.org. (For callers outside of the US, call 410-234-9220.)
For immigration issues, email email@example.com or call International Services at 410-234-9280