Enrollment is open to current graduate-level students and recent graduates (within the last five years) of:
- HEC Paris (MBA or MS Finance)
- HKUST Business School (MBA, MSc in Economics, or MSc in Financial Analysis or Investment Management)
- INCAE Business School (MBA)
- Shanghai Advanced Institute of Finance (Finance MBA or Master of Finance)
For students considering one of the four GREM partner schools, find your pathway to the Global Real Estate Master degree in conjunction with the best business education at the GREM partner schools. Then,
- Let us know you're interested in the GREM program by completing this form under Contact.
- Visit each partner school directly for their admissions requirements and deadlines.
Current Partner School Students and Recent Alumni
If you are currently attending or already have a qualified degree within the last 5 years from one of the GREM partner schools, you can apply directly for the 16-week GREM semester at Wisconsin.
Ready to Apply?
- You must be currently enrolled or a graduate (within the last five years) of one of the three partner schools.
- Please contact your partner school administrator to begin the application process. Alternatively you may complete this form and we will forward your information to the appropriate partner school contact.
- Your information will be reviewed and eligibility confirmed. Then you will be asked to complete the full GREM application and submit a US $56 application fee. Please note that all communication and application materials must be in English. Once the application is complete, you will receive an acceptance decision within 4-6 weeks.
- Upon notification of acceptance, candidates must submit:
- Financial Affidavit demonstrating sufficient financial resources to complete the program, including travel and living expenses
- U.S. visa application package
- $500 enrollment deposit (refundable only if visa application is not approved, applicable toward Tuition & Fees)
There is no specific length of work experience required by GREM beyond that of the degree programs of the partner schools. Motivation to study and work in the field of real estate, however, is very important.
Wisconsin has expertise in teaching both students with significant real estate experience and those with very little. All students benefit from the variety of perspectives each brings to the classroom.