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Where is Johns Hopkins University Located. Johns Hopkins is set in the urban environment of Baltimore in Charles Village. The campus is described as a peaceful setting, with large green areas and many trees, with a traditional collegiate atmosphere.What are the admission requirements for John Hopkins University?
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St. John's University is a private Roman Catholic university which was founded in 1870 by the Vincentian community. The university is located in or around New York City, with five separate locations (the school has campuses in Queens, Staten Island, Manhattan and Oakdale).