Candidates who fulfil the University of Geneva’s entry requirements and who hold a Bachelor’s degree in Economics, Management, Finance, or Law delivered by a Swiss Haute Ecole University or a fully accredited foreign academic institution or a qualification that the Academic Committee deems equivalent.

In certain cases, the Scientific Committee may accept applications on condition that the applicant successfully completes a foundation course worth no more than 60 credits (some courses are in French).

University’s entry requirements deposit

Deadline: February 28th

The Committee will consider, on a case-by-case basis, applications from candidates from countries who have signed the Bologna agreements, who have similar experience and who have degrees from accredited universities.

“Selection based on careful study of application. The committee is particularly interested in candidates’ quantitative skills and level of knowledge of economics finance, and law as well as their capacity to undertake interdisciplinary studies in wealth management. Successful candidates are named by the dean of the Geneva School of Economics and Management, on receiving notice from the Academic Committee.”

How to apply

Application must be done in two steps

How to Apply

Prospective students

For more information:

Entry in Switzerland
Fees and Scholarship

Credit transfers

Candidates who hold recognised masters-level university training in a similar field of study to the GEMWeM course, or an equivalent university qualification obtained in a different field of study, may have some of their credits transferred. Candidates must fill a request equivalences via a form available on the following link: to join to the application to the Master.

The Scientific Committee grants credit transfers.

Any request of equivalences made after the deadline of application will be not considered.

At least 60 ECTS (European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System) credits out of the 90 required must be acquired through GEMWeM, including the credits obtained for the master’s thesis.