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Frankfurt am Main, 23.02.2015 12:00:00

In response to the growing demand from international students, beginning in September 2015, the Executive MBA (EMBA) programme at Frankfurt School of Finance & Management will be taught entirely in English. Starting with the programme’s new intake, the timetable will be adjusted to allow for classes to take place between Friday midday and Sunday afternoon. Additionally, the programme will comprise three one-week blocks. The part-time degree course runs for 18 months, and includes a one-to-one individual leadership coaching that aims to help students identify their own career goals and develop strategies for achieving them. Tuition fees come to a total of EUR 33,100 for the programme.

EMBA scholarships

Frankfurt School awards a number of partial scholarships worth up to EUR 15,000. In particular, women working in managerial positions in industry are invited to apply for scholarships. Scholarships are also available for executives from small and medium-sized enterprises, international students and female students. Further details of scholarships and the EMBA programme can be found here.


Frankfurt School regularly presents its EMBA programme, its full-time MBA programme and its MBA in International Healthcare Management at recruitment fairs and the business school’s own Open Days as well as at roadshows in Germany and elsewhere. At these events, Frankfurt School staff and faculty members are on hand to answer prospective students’ questions, while alumni and current students describe their personal impressions of studying at Frankfurt School. Details of upcoming events