Other partnerships with Carey
Other partnerships with the Carey Business School
Johns Hopkins Carey Business School partners with businesses, organizations, nonprofits, communities, and alumni to build for what’s next.
Community Consulting Labs
The Community Consulting Labs builds a powerful network of innovative students and people with ideas to undertake society’s most challenging needs. Diverse teams collaborate with community partners to deliver solutions with impact and grow local economies.
Digital Business Development Initiative
Grounded in the Dulles Tech Corridor and at the Carey Business School campuses in Baltimore and Washington, D.C., the Digital Business Development Initiative is a tech lab for research, education, and practice in digital business development.
Executive Education partnerships offer immersive learning opportunities. We deliver full value to our partners in the areas of leadership, management, design thinking for innovation, business communication, finance, and health care.
Johns Hopkins Carey Business School has joined the Forte Foundation as an MBA partner and Forte Fellows partner school. As one of 55 member schools, Carey Business School will collaborate with Forté Foundation to expand opportunities for women seeking MBAs and graduate business education.
Summer Business Academy
The Summer Business Academy offers rising college juniors and seniors exposure to the latest management and leadership theory and applications.
The Future of Online Management Education (FOME) Alliance is a collaboration between business schools around the world who seek to enhance their online course delivery and student experience via the Insendi virtual learning platform. As part of this strategic partnership, Johns Hopkins Carey Business School has partnered with Imperial College Business School (UK) and ESMT Berlin (Germany), two of the top global business schools, to provide a lifelong learning incentive for full- and part-time MBA graduates.
Carey Business School alumni are eligible for a 100 percent tuition scholarship on one Executive Education program per calendar year. In addition, through September 2023, Carey alumni are also eligible for 50 percent tuition remission on Executive Education courses offered through both Imperial College Business School and ESMT Berlin. There is no cap on the number of courses alumni may register for during this initiative.
For more information on Carey’s Executive Education programs, email email@example.com. To learn more about programs and eligibility for our European partner schools, email firstname.lastname@example.org (for Imperial College of Business) or email@example.com (for ESMT Berlin).
Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business
Johns Hopkins Carey Business School and Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business (CKGSB) are partnering to offer CKGSB MBA students and alumni the opportunity earn their Master of Science in Finance at Carey Business School. Adding the Master of Science in Finance degree will help students gain advanced technical skills to create innovative solutions in all aspects of management and finance, learning from the top faculty with finance expertise at Carey, and expanding their professional network by joining more than 200,000 Johns Hopkins alumni around the world.
In order to apply to the Master of Science in Finance, current MBA students and recent MBA graduates (within the last two years) from Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business need to first review the application instructions and then apply to the Master of Science in Finance through the Carey application portal.
Please make sure to choose “PT MS in Finance / MBA (CKGSB)” when selecting your program in the Carey application portal.
City Springs Elementary
Carey Business School’s involvement with City Springs is one of many ways that the school partners with the Baltimore City community.
Johns Hopkins community initiatives
Johns Hopkins University is committed to strengthening and supporting the physical, social, and economic well-being of Baltimore. Ongoing initiatives include efforts to support local businesses and provide volunteer opportunities for students. Learn more about JHU community initiatives.
Each year, Carey Business School and Johns Hopkins University support nonprofits and charities serving the local community by contributing to the United Way of Central Maryland.