Bachelor's programmes (B.Sc.)
Built-in success: studying at the Frankfurt School Graduates of Frankfurt School are in great demand – worldwide.
Many of them rise quickly to achieve top management posts. Although this is also partly due to the reputation they have as graduates of a leading Business School, what is really decisive for their continuing success is their own performance and the skills they gain during their chosen study programme.
Two different programmes in English and five in German
- Business Administration (B.Sc.) is focused on Finance and Banking.
- International Business Administration(B.Sc.) focuses on international issues and general management affairs.
- In addition we offer Bachelor programmes in German.
"Frankfurt School offers its students a unique combination of academic expertise and intensive practical orientation. Our close ties with industry and our internationally acclaimed research projects ensure that the content of our programmes – and therefore the knowledge of our graduates – is always up-to-the-minute.”
Professor Dr. Michael H. Grote Vice-President Academic Affairs
Why a Frankfurt School Bachelor's degree?
A Bachelor study programme at the Frankfurt School provides you with in-depth professional knowledge. We place a lot of emphasis on methods, and we consider management know-how to be a sound basis for your future career. Your Bachelor study programme has been designed to ensure that all relevant content is taught in accordance with an integrated didactic concept involving clear learning targets and well-structured teaching programmes. Studying at the Frankfurt School may not be easy, but it is always exciting and demanding. We motivate you to make full use of your potential and ability.
A high level of practical orientation is one of the hallmarks of the programme. Our teachers and trainers have a wealth of practical experience, and the Frankfurt School maintains close contact with cooperation partners at the financial hub Frankfurt. We use case studies and exercises to facilitate the transfer of theoretical knowledge to the world of practical work, and students complete internships to gain even more in-depth knowledge.
Students at the Frankfurt School learn to be active in shaping change. We encourage and support their individual strengths and decision-making ability. As learning groups are small, innovative and interactive teaching methods are possible, allowing visions to be developed systematically. At the same time, students learn awareness for the feasibility and practicability of their ideas. Studying in this way teaches responsibility: for oneself, for teams, companies and society as a whole.
Familiarity with other cultures and respect for differences of opinion – in a word: diversity – are an integral part of a study programme at the Frankfurt School. This is reflected in the growing number of teachers and students that come here from all over the world. The Bachelor programme includes one or two semesters abroad and an integrated internship in the host country. Language classes are part of the programme from the first semester. In the Business Administration and International Business Administration programmes all classes are held in English. If you don’t speak German you will learn it at Frankfurt School.
All our Bachelor's programmes are accredited by the German authorities and by FIBAA and guarantee a thorough education.