Admissions & Financial Aid
The Master in Real Estate is accepting applications this Fall 2022, with the first class enrolling in Fall 2023. The program anticipates having up to 25 students annually.
Applicants must possess a bachelor’s or equivalent degree. Two or more years of professional experience in real estate or related fields (urban planning, urban design, architecture, landscape architecture, etc.) is preferred. Virtual “Open Houses” describing the program and answering questions will be held on September 9th and November 1st. Please use this link to sign up for one or both Open Houses.
Applications to the MRE program should be submitted through the Admissions webpage. Note especially that there is no GRE or other standardized test requirement. Decisions are usually communicated to applicants in March. If an applicant is admitted to the program but is unable to attend, they will need to reapply the following year. For additional information on admissions, please visit the Admissions webpage.
To join the MRE email list, please fill out the Contact Form and select Master in Real Estate under Program of Interest.”
Admission to the MRE program is “need-blind,” meaning that an applicant’s ability to pay tuition will not be considered in the admissions process. If admitted, students may apply for need-based financial aid from the GSD. For additional information, please visit the Financial Aid webpage. Note that MRE Program tuition rates for the 2023-2024 academic year have not yet been determined. For comparison purposes only, MRE tuition for the 2022-2023 academic year would have been $82,500, representing $27,500 per term times the equivalent of three GSD terms (Fall term, Spring term, and Summer term). For additional information on GSD tuition and fees for the 2022-2023 academic year, please visit the GSD Tuition webpage.