Admissions & Financing
Admission & Financing
The Executive Master in Real Estate Management is especially directed to professionals with varied career profiles, either in Real Estate or in other sectors, willing to develop a career plan in Real Estate.
Executives and managers with a higher university degree and at least 5 years of professional experiences wishing to develop their expertise in Real Estates
The application process
- Examination of the application form
- Application form with the list of required documents: TOEIC and TAGE Executive results (or GMAT)
- Admission Interview with the Academic Director
Level I degree (3rd cycle: Master)
Application fees: €150 (incl. VAT)
Program fees: €24,500 (excl. VAT)
Financing your program
Participants can finance their ESSEC Executive program through different ways :
- Company financing
- French public financing options for executive programs (CPF, Plan-formation, Fongecif, etc...)
- Personal financing
Finance your executive program with an ESSEC Scholarship
At ESSEC Business School, our mission is to unveil, accompany and lead diverse generations of talents into becoming the next responsible leaders who will build tomorrow’s society. By joining ESSEC Business School, you are entering a world valuing openness, leadership, diversity and social responsibility. ESSEC is introducing a new array of scholarships designed to lead high potential, senior executives and leaders toward the next step of their professional journey.
Description: This scholarship is awarded to candidates who have been involved in an entrepreneurial project/start-up or plan to create one.
Criteria: The candidate's ability to demonstrate the potential of developing a successful business or have the willingness to start a business.
2. FUTURE WOMEN LEADERS
Description: This scholarship is awarded to women who are driven to pursue positions of leadership in the future.
Criteria: The leadership potential of the candidate will be assessed through her responsibilities, her involvement in clubs and organizations, her general visibility and her career progression.
3. HIGH POTENTIALS
Description: This scholarship rewards a candidate who has demonstrated exceptional career advancement, in any function or sector.
Criteria: The ability of a candidate to demonstrate success in his/her career and who shows potential to evolve rapidly in a company or public organization.
4. DIVERSITY AND INTERNATIONAL EXPERIENCE
Description: This scholarship rewards candidates who have worked in an international environment, in several countries, have a deep understanding of intercultural business environments and can speak several foreign languages.
Criteria: The ability of a candidate to understand international challenges, the nature and number of projects led abroad, the number of languages mastered and the ability to demonstrate how these have uplifted their career.
5. EMERGING MARKETS
Description: This scholarship is awarded to candidates from an emerging or developing country, who is able to demonstrate his/her positive impact on the local economy of that country.
Criteria: The nationality of the candidate. In the case of French candidates, the country of residence.
6. NEW BUSINESS TRENDS
Description and criteria: This scholarship is awarded to candidates who have shown their contribution in the below listed sectors aligned with ESSEC’s values and strategic challenges;
Entrepreneurship & intrapreneurship
7. SMALL BUSINESSES
Description: This scholarship is awarded to candidates working in a small company which contributes to the French economy.
Criteria: Confirmed work experience in a small French company
3 steps to apply
Apply for your scholarship, following these three steps:
- ADMISSION: The candidate must be in the process of applying, or be admitted into a post-experience/executive program at ESSEC Business School.
- APPLICATION: The candidate must write a cover letter indicating his/her choice of scholarship(s) and illustrate using concrete examples
- COMMISSION DECISION: The Admissions Team informs the candidate of the commission’s decision: acceptance (along with the amount of scholarship) or refusal.