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International student resources

Students from around the globe come to study at Johns Hopkins Carey Business School. With student organizations and tailored resources, there’s a place for everyone on campus.


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Student organizations

Student organizations are your chance to network with classmates from across all of Johns Hopkins Carey Business School programs, put your skills to the test with case competitions and conferences, and make friends along the way.
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Africa Business Club

The Africa Business Club increases awareness of the business opportunities on the African continent. Organization activities are professional, educational, and social in nature and open to all members of Carey Business School.  Annual event: Africa Business Conference.

Contact: Carey_sorgABC@jhu.edu 

Black, Hispanic, and Indian Association

The Black, Hispanic, and Indian Association enhances the experience of diverse students pursuing advanced business degrees. Club activities include professional development and networking opportunities. Annual event: Business Leader Roundtable.

Contact: Carey_sorgBHIA@jhu.edu

Chinese Students and Scholars Association

The Chinese Student Scholar Association serves all the Chinese students and faculty members, better unites the Carey Business School’s Chinese community and enhances the interaction between Chinese traditions and American culture. The club works closely with the Chinese Embassy and the Ministry of Education of the People's Republic of China. Annual event: The U.S. China Summit.

Contact: Carey_sorgCSSA@jhu.edu

Pan Asian Career Association

The Pan Asian Career Association promotes international communication between China and the U.S. through student career development.  Annual event: The U.S. China Summit. Contact: Carey_sorgPACA@jhu.edu

Explore all of our student organizations


Johns Hopkins University Office of International Services

The Johns Hopkins University Office of International Services assists international students with the visa and immigration process. New degree-seeking students should consult the Office of International Students website for more information on the visa process and transitioning to life at Carey. All questions should be directed to Office of International Services via phone at 667-208-7001, or email at ois@jhu.edu.


Join a global network of alumni

With more than 25,000 business alumni living, working, and innovating around the globe, Johns Hopkins Carey Business School is a hub of influence and opportunity. No matter if you are on campus or on the other side of the world, stay connected with Johns Hopkins Alumni around the world. Tap into our regional alumni groups in Beijing, South Korea, Shanghai, South China, and other cities around the world. 


Visa and immigration

The Johns Hopkins University Office of International Services assists international students with the visa and immigration process. New degree-seeking students should consult the Office of International Students website for more information on the visa process and transitioning to life at Carey. All questions should be directed to Office of International Services via phone at 667-208-7001, or email at ois@jhu.edu.

STEM-designated programs

Our full-time STEM programs offer an Optional Practice Training benefit that allows international students to stay in the U.S. for an additional 24 months after graduation.


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You have questions, and we have answers.

Roger Williams

Roger Williams

Senior Associate Director
Diversity and Inclusion
Community and Corporate Outreach
Office of Admissions
Johns Hopkins Carey Business School
Office: 410.234.9277
r.williams@jhu.edu

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