The MS in Real Estate program at the Wisconsin School of Business offers a supportive, high-touch admissions process.
Visit us on campus to meet our staff or connect with us during online events. We offer consultation appointments, webinars, and GMAT/GRE prep sessions to aid students in preparing for their applications and career journeys.
Schedule a Consultation Appointment
Consultation appointments are designed specifically to help prospective students navigate the application process. This 30-minute appointment is an opportunity to connect with the admissions team and seek guidance on program specifics and application requirements.
Learn the ins and outs of the MS in Real Estate program by attending an information session with admissions staff. Learn about curriculum, balancing work and school, and the application process.
Receive guidance on your application as you get started on your path to an enhanced career. Learn how to create the most compelling application possible.
Master’s Program Virtual Information Sessions
Can’t make it to campus for an information session? No problem! Please join the admissions team for one of these virtual information sessions to better understand program specifics and learn how you can compile a strong application (all times are Central Time Zone).
Watch Past Information Session Webinars
Webinar Series – How to Prepare a Compelling Application
Join the admissions team for an informative chat/webinar series designed to familiarize you with the admissions process, and provide guidance on how to produce a competitive application.
Graduate Admissions Exam Strategy Workshops
Join members of the admissions team for this free GMAT and GRE strategy workshop. Learn from a highly rated instructor with 10 years of experience in the test preparation industry as you learn key test concepts and understand how to methodically solve exam problems. Please come prepared with the questions most important to you, as this is the perfect opportunity for help!
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