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Hopkins Visits You

JHU Business & Entrepreneurship High School Event

Sunday, March 25, 2018 in Santa Clara, CA

Join us for an information session, hosted by the Dean of Undergraduate Admissions, tailored specifically for high school students with an interest in business and entrepreneurship. During the event, you will have the opportunity to network with Hopkins admissions representatives, the Director of Student Ventures at JHU Tech Ventures, and Johns Hopkins alumni in the startup scene.

Learn about business at Hopkins

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What can I expect at the event?

In addition to networking with Hopkins leaders and making future internship connections, you will learn about university initiatives like the FastForward startup incubation space and hear about undergraduate offerings for business and entrepreneurship at Hopkins and in Baltimore.

What does it mean to study business at Hopkins?

Business intersects every field and is vast, varied, and always changing. Likewise, Hopkins prepares its students by offering courses in many areas of study. Students interested in business and entrepreneurship take versatile courses where they can develop their ambitions, leverage resources, make connections, and gain hands-on experience. Some popular majors and minors for students interested in business include applied math & statistics, biomedical engineering, computer science, economics, global environmental change & sustainability, international studies, marketing & communications, mathematics, political science, and sociology.

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