The Campus at Adickesallee is centrally located in Frankfurt’s Nordend and is part of the „Campusmeile“ that connects Frankfurt’s universities and libraries. The Danish office Henning Larsen Architects has designed the campus making it an architectural highlight in the city.
The building is formed through five towers each slightly offset to create a canyon-like space, the “Zeil of Knowledge”– a special characteristic of the campus. This mall acts as the central meeting place and all major facilities like the auditorium, Learning Centre, restaurant, deli, student & alumni relations as well as the seminar rooms are linked to the mall.
Frankfurt School is an international business school with students from all over the world. Currently, students from almost one hundred countries and from all five continents study at Frankfurt School. The campus aims to reflect this international outlook. A new design, representing the American, European, African, Asian and Australian continents respectively, was created and is showcased at selected walls in each tower of the campus. In the campus garden five mini-landscapes portray the continents. The groups of trees and shrubs reflect the international spirit of Frankfurt School and its students. Pine trees and oaks represent Europe, the Tokyo cherry symbolises Asia and eucalyptus stands for Australia.
In October 2017, Frankfurt School officially opened its new campus in Frankfurt’s Nordend district. With its new building the business school has responded to the increasingly sophisticated needs of its students and teaching staff. Hence, Frankfurt School has created a state-of-the-art teaching and working environment that will help to take the business school to the next level and to achieve the goal of becoming one of the top five institutions in Europe by 2020. The video gives an impression of the new FS campus with all its facets.
All rooms are equipped with the latest technology.
The Financial Lab is a place where students and faculty members use state-of-the-art workstations to access finance-related databases and sources of information. Databases are an essential part to study and do research.
Frankfurt School facilities can be rented for events, workshops and conferences. Find out more about the room rental online.
The Library is an academic special library which contains basic and further readings in the fields of Economics, Management, Law, Health Management, Psychology and Philosophy. Additionally the library offers several international databases.
Opening hours for students 24/7
Public opening hours: Mon-Fri 9.00 a.m. to 5.00 p.m.
The restaurant offers staff, students and guests daily changing international menus at lunchtime. The dishes will be prepared in the inhouse kitchen. The restaurant also has a separate report, where tables can be reserved for customer appointments and groups.
Mon-Sat open 11:30 a.m. to 14:00 p.m.
The new Deli is a multifunctional combination of café, shop and after-work location. In addition to coffee, snacks and freshly prepared food, the shop offers everyday goods. Frankfurt School brand items can also be purchased in the shop.
Opening hours: Mon-Sat 7.00 a.m. to 7.00 p.m.
The Frankfurt School is a community of aspiring and inspiring individuals who are committed to their fellow students and the society. This is reflected in our various student initiatives, the work of our student council, the participation in different sporting competitions and other joint projects and events.
With the FS Spirit Award Frankfurt School would like to show its appreciation for the time and energy that students spend outside their studies in order to enrich student life.
Donations for Frankfurt School’s infrastructure such as the library or lecture rooms are warmly welcome and help us to create an excellent learning and working environment. Sponors will be honoured on the Donor Wall. Find out more about sponsorship projects.
As only property used for mixed purposes (offices and university) in Germany, Frankfurt School's new campus has been awarded the platinum seal by the German Sustainable Building Council (DGNB). To get this award, a building has to meet the highest standards not only regarding its ecobalance and the responsible use of resources, but also concerning indoor air quality, design for all and thermic comfort. With its solar panels and wind turbine on the roof, the gas-powered combined heat and power unit below ground and the electric vehicle charging station on the premises the new campus fulfils all requirements
Beehives for four bee colonies were installed on the northern roof terrace. Here the bees will produce up to 120 kg of honey, starting in the spring of 2018
Interview with Lynn Cunningham and Patrick Becker
Frankfurt School hosts virtual scholarship celebration
Interview with DAAD Prizewinner 2020