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Fall Institute in Health Policy and Management

Fall Institute Tuition, Fees and Payments

Tuition and Fees

For those students who register for Johns Hopkins academic credit, the tentative University tuition fee of $1,233 (amount subject to change) per credit is charged and must be paid in U.S. dollars. MasterCard, Discover and Visa will be accepted for tuition and registration fee payments. Participants financed by employers or outside organizations such as the World Health Organization should arrange with their agencies to provide supporting documents with submission of their applications. All registrants should be prepared to provide payment to the Fall Institute for the balance of their tuition or course fees by October 29, 2021. Payment of fees in advance will expedite the registration process.

The not-for-credit registration fee is 140 Euros per day (approximately $160/USD). Participants paying the registration fee may pay in U.S. dollars or euros. Students paying in euros may make payment by electronic funds transfer (EFT), automatic clearing house (ACH) or wire through the Johns Hopkins Fall Institute account with Standard Bank in Great Britain. Students choosing this method of payment should contact The Fall Institute's Baltimore Office to obtain the account and bank routing numbers. Students choosing this method of payment should submit a copy of the payment confirmation from the bank to the Baltimore Institute Office. MasterCard, Discover and Visa are also accepted for registration fee payment.

All non-scholarship registrants are required to submit full payment at the time of registration. Due to enrollment limits, late/walk-in registration will be accepted on a space-available basis only, subject to a late registration fee.

Payment Options

Payment options include cash, check or credit card. Online payment by credit card or electronic check is also available. Employees of the University may be eligible to use JHU tuition remission. Sponsored students may pay with a third-party contract.

Check Payments

Checks should be made payable to Johns Hopkins University and mailed to:

The Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
Continuing Education and Student Services/Institute Office
615 N. Wolfe Street, Suite W1101
Baltimore, MD 21205

Credit Card Payments

The University accepts American Express, MasterCard, Visa, and Discover. A student who submits a credit card payment that is declined will be placed on financial hold and may be removed from courses for which he or she is currently registered.

JHU Tuition Remission

Students who are eligible to participate in the JHU Tuition Remission Plan must provide the Tuition Remission Benefit Application in lieu of payment for tuition. Fees are not covered under the Tuition Remission Plan. If the remission does not cover the entire cost of tuition, a student is required to pay the remaining balance. Original remission forms and any additional payment due from the student must be submitted by the payment due date. It is the student's responsibility to understand and abide by the terms of the Tuition Remission Plan. Please visit the Human Resources webpage to print the Tuition Remission Forms. After the forms are completed, please print them and send to the business office along with a copy of your registration form.

Third-Party Contract

A student must submit a purchase order or contract from his/her employer permitting the school to bill the company for tuition and any associated fees. If the contract does not cover the entire cost of tuition and fees, a student is required to pay the remaining balance by the payment due date. Students who receive payments directly from their employer are required to pay their tuition in full then seek reimbursement from the employer.

Wire Transfers

Please contact the HPM Fall Institute for information on submitting a wire transfer.


For information on the school's refund policy, please visit the website. If you have questions, please contact the Office of Student Accounts directly. Due to enrollment limits, participants are encouraged to register as early as possible.