Gain industry-leading knowledge and fast-track your career in one semester

The Global Real Estate Master (MS) Program at the Wisconsin School of Business equips students with leading-edge knowledge, valuable analytical skills, and real-world insights they need to accelerate their global real estate careers.

Designed specifically for non-U.S. graduate-level students and alumni from top international business schools, this semester-long program blends rigorous classroom instruction with engaging, interactive learning experiences outside the classroom.

GREM graduates benefit from rapid career advancement, increased earning potential, and a lifelong professional network of trusted peers.

The Fall 2020 GREM semester has been rescheduled to Spring 2021. Applications will be accepted until October 15, 2020.

GREM: An Innovative International Real Estate Program

The Wisconsin Global Real Estate Master degree is one of the few of its kind in the world, delivering five foundational courses that will broaden your knowledge base, sharpen your real estate expertise, and build your industry connections. You’ll also participate in an engaging study tour of a major U.S. real estate market, where you’ll gain first-hand knowledge from industry leaders.

Global Real Estate students on the trading floor of the New York Stock Exchange
Attendees of Wisconsin Real Estate Conference talking to each other

The Wisconsin Advantage: Your Launchpad for Success

In the Wisconsin Global Real Estate Master program, you’ll learn from leading scholars in the field, in one of the oldest and most prestigious real estate programs in the United States. You’ll also make vital industry connections and build your professional network. And that’s just the beginning.

GREM Program Costs

We have all of the details you need to know about GREM program costs, including, tuition, fees, housing, food, and more.

How to Apply

Applying to the Wisconsin GREM program is easy and straightforward. Here is what you need to know about eligibility requirements and the application process.

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