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In addition, you will have many interactive professional development opportunities inside and outside of the classroom.As a student or recent graduate, your education and training in international real estate is just the beginning. A semester at Wisconsin in the GREM program will help you add depth, breadth, and a competitive edge to your career. Global ImpactThe GREM program is designed for those who would like to work anywhere in the real estate industry. Students will learn principles of real estate, finance, and development that apply universally and also be exposed to the variety of context and opportunities the global real estate industry offers.
Our semester long program includes coursework in the following:
Valuation and Feasibility Analysis
Real Estate and Urban Land Economics
Real Estate Capital Markets
Commercial Real Estate Development
Topics in Global Real Estate Markets
Required Study Tour Tour a major U.S. real estate market to observe and study real estate projects in action and to network with executives and other industry leaders.
A bachelors degree from an approved (accredited) institution. International applicants must have a degree comparable to an approved U.S. bachelors degree. Certified copies of transcripts from the institution where the degree was conferred, as well as copies of transcripts from all undergraduate institutions attended, are required in English. Certified copies of transcripts may vary by country.A Graduate Management Admissions Test (GMAT) or Graduate Record Examination (GRE) score taken within five years of the term for which you are applying is also required. If you need to take the test as part of your application, please direct the testing service to forward your test results to the University of Wisconsin-Madison (institution code: 79K-2S-72). The GRE will also be accepted. Please direct the testing service to forward your test results to the University of Wisconsin-Madison (institution code: 1846). English Language Requirements IELTS band: 7 TOEFL iBT® test: 100
Financial aid is available from the following sources:
Paid internship (during the summer between the first and second year of the GMAcc program)
Teaching assistant (TA) appointments or project assistant (PA) appointments in the second year of the GMAcc program (competitive; approximately 50% of all MAcc students received a TA or PA position in the last appointment periodi.e., for the 2014-2015 academic year)
Scholarships (several GMAcc students that started in fall 2014 received scholarships in the second year of the GMAcc program totaling $20,000, in the range of $1,000$5,000)
There will be no financial aid available to GMAcc students in the first year of the program. The paid internships yield a salary of approximately $6,000$8,000. The competitive teaching assistantship and project assistantship appointments waive a semester of tuition (students teach for only one semester) and also pay a stipend of several thousand dollars.