Aims: Findings of some researches and studies explaining the role and importance of emotional intelligence, self-concept and self esteem in academic achievement. This study was conducted to explore the relationship between emotional intelligence, self-concept and self esteem with academic achievement. Methods: This cross correlation of all 6, 050 students at the University of Kashan 1388-89undergraduate academic year were enrolled and 400 were male and female students as a sample randomly chosen. to gather information from Emotional intelligence questionnaire Times - The Rogers and self esteem was Pope. All data analysis indicators descriptive statistics (frequency, mean, SD), Pearson and T test software using SPSS14 done. Results: The average academic achievement in total samples 15.6±1.7 was a significant relationship between it and the emotional intelligence, self concept and self-esteem was found. between male and female students in the field of emotional intelligence (p=0.42) And self-concept (p=0.81) found significant differences in self-esteem, but female students (68.5±13.2) than male students (64.9±13.4) was significantly greater (p=0.007). Conclusion: Emotional intelligence, self esteem, and students no effect on their academic progress. Similarly, emotional intelligence and self male and female students, there is no difference. The amount of self-esteem of female students than male students are.