Application: Master in Wealth Management
at the Geneva School of Economics and Management
The application procedure opens in early January.
All applications must be submitted by 28 February at the latest.
There is only one new intake of Master’s students each year, in September. Once you have been admitted, your attendance from day one of the Master’s program is mandatory.
You must submit an online application containing the following documents:
- Curriculum Vitae (1 page A4)
- Letter of motivation in English (it should not exceed 1000 words. Please describe your academic background, career strategy and objectives you wish to reach through your studies on the MSc in Wealth Management)
- Bachelor grade transcripts
- Copy of your Bachelor degree if already obtained (and other degrees if any)
- Master degree and transcripts if applicable
- GRE ou GMAT [Documents recommended (not mandatory)]
- IELTS ou TOEFL [Documents recommended (not mandatory)]
- Two recommendation letters from Professors (if teacher referral letters cannot be provided, the applicant may submit letters from employers) [Documents recommended (not mandatory)]
Applicants must complete the online form (see the link at the bottom of the page).
If you hold a degree from GSEM, left the university before the actual academic year or will leave at the end of the January/February exam session, you must submit a request to re-enroll at the university, in keeping with the deadlines set by the Admissions Office.
The Scientific Committee may require some candidates for the Master's in Wealth Management to complete an additional one-year program representing no more than 60 ECTS credits and made up of advanced Bachelor-level courses (some of which are taught in French). The Scientific Committee may also require some candidates to complete Bachelor-level courses representing no more than 30 ECTS credits during the first year of the Master's program.
If you wish to have previously acquired credits recognized, you must complete the corresponding form and submit it with your application.
If you wish to apply for several different Master's programs, please complete a separate credit recognition form for each program.
No credits can be recognized for the Master’s thesis. Credits acquired during undergraduate programs (i.e. programs below the Master's level) cannot be recognized for the Master's you are applying for.
Credit recognition requests will not be accepted after the application deadline (28 February), and incomplete requests will not be processed.
PLEASE NOTE THAT YOUR REQUEST WILL NOT BE PROCESSED IF IT IS INCOMPLETE
Starting in January, you can apply for the Master's program online by clicking on the link below (please note that once you have submitted your application, you can no longer modify the documents submitted with it):