This semester, Frankfurt School of Finance & Mangement welcomes more exchange students than ever before to its campus in Frankfurt. A total of 104 students will participate in seminars and lectures in the Bachelor and Master programmes. They are from 30 different nations: Argentinia, Australia, Austria, Belarus, China, Croatia, Egypt, Estonia, Finland, France, Great Britain, India, Israel, Italy, Japan, Jordan, Lithuania, Mexico, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Russia, Singapore, Slovenia, South-Korea, Spain, Switzerland, Taiwan, Thailand and USA.
The yearly Orientation Week before the start of the semester offered ample opportunities to get to know fellow students. On top of this the newcomers received information and insights on studying at Frankfurt School.
Ileana Boero from Argentinia will study in the Master of Finance programme and is looking forward to a deeper look into German culture during her stay in Frankfurt. „ I went to a German school in Argentinia, so I wanted to get to know the country and the people on a deeper level. After my studies I would like to work in Germany for some time“, she said.The Bachelor students David Ban Ostić from Croatia and Seif Shaaban from Egypt heeded the recommondations of friends and relatives. “Frankfurt is known to be a very international city – and the German universities have an excellent reputation”, explains Seif Shaaban.