Take the New Path to Leadership in Your Career in Global Real Estate
The real estate industry is rapidly transforming into a global market, creating demand for a new generation of property professionals skilled in the fundamental analytical tools of property market analysis and savvy in the realm of global business practices and financial innovations. Falling barriers to cross-border capital flows, emerging pools of capital too large to invest domestically, and expanding multinational corporations demanding high-quality properties are driving capital investment far beyond the traditional local markets. This transformation in the industry demands a special skill set for business professionals in real estate finance, development, and investment.
The Global Real Estate Master (GREM) at the Wisconsin School of Business is the first and only graduate-level business program designed to provide a specific set of skills and experiences that will prepare you to be a leader in global real estate.
Through an innovative consortium of business schools, the GREM dual-degree program marries the strengths of four top-ranked international business schools with the specific real estate expertise at the Wisconsin School of Business.
It is a two-phase program that combines high-level instruction in economics, finance, and business administration at one of four partner schools—HEC Paris, Hong Kong UST Business School, INCAE Business School, or Shanghai Advanced Institute of Finance (SAIF)—with education in the principles of international real estate finance, investment, and development during a capstone semester at the Wisconsin School of Business in the United States.
Through the GREM program, you'll earn two degrees:
- A master's degree or MBA from one of the four GREM partner schools
- The Global Real Estate Master (MS) from the Wisconsin School of Business
Two Alumni Networks
Build the power of your international network as a graduate of the Global Real Estate Master program. You will be directly connected to a global network—first, through the extensive business network of your partner school, and then through a unique network throughout the U.S. and the world of active Wisconsin real estate alumni who are leading professionals in the industry.
We are now accepting applications for the GREM semester for fall 2013.
Starting in the fall of 2013, the GREM program moves to the fall semester with an improved lineup of innovative educational opportunities. Request more information by completing this form today.
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