Frankfurt School is a community of aspiring and inspiring individuals. This spirit is present in our various student initiatives, sport & business competitions, the work of our Student Council, and other shared projects and events.
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With the FS Spirit Award Frankfurt School want to show its appreciation for all the time and energy students invest in everything they do outside their studies to make Frankfurt School a truly great place to be and who bring the Frankfurt School spirit and code of honour to life.
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At the moment Frankfurt School almost 40 student initiatives including sport, arts & culture, social engagement and personal & professional development initiatives. A diverse and unique offering for all Frankfurt School students to participate, engage and meet fellow students from all study programmes.
In line with the Frankfurt School‘s values,“Motivated, Entrepreneurial, Cooperative, Integrity” our student core values comprise
Respect is extended to all members of the Frankfurt School community, its facilities and property, and embraces the principles of ethical academic conduct. This respect is also extended to other universities, where we take pride in representing Frankfurt School.
As a highly reputable business school, we rely on our student community to represent Frankfurt School with dignity and pride. We strive to make responsible contributions to society. This strong sense of responsibility and social engagement is essential to Frankfurt School’s continuing development, growth and success.
Student life at Frankfurt School is an unforgettable experience and flourishes as a direct result of individual contributions. By helping others with their questions or concerns, representing your class as a group speaker, participating in one of our student initiatives or serving on the student council, you help to make our student culture lively and diverse. There are many ways to engage with and shape our community.
Mutual trust is the foundation of a functional student body at Frankfurt School and the key to our sense of identity. We trust each other to show respect towards fellow students, faculty members, staff and property. Our trust in one other is essential for the dynamic collaboration that helps us to achieve our academic goals and foster Frankfurt School’s values both within and outside our community. Trust in each other plays a vital part in creating an environment in which we can learn, safely fail and successfully grow to reach our full potential.
As lifelong members of the Frankfurt School community, we are always aware that we share common goals and interests, and that respectful collaboration and a strong sense of fairness are essential for studying, working and living together. We value and promote an open and mutually supportive atmosphere in which every voice is heard and teamwork is strongly encouraged.
The Honour Council is a committee of faculty representatives, students and employees of Frankfurt School. It monitors the compliance with the community values as agreed on with the students and formulated in the School’s Honour Code. The principles of the Honour Code are: respect, responsibility, engagement, trust and cooperation. Frankfurt School believes that these values will help individuals to grow and the FS community to prosper. Therefore, these principles build the pivotal values of our diverse FS Community as well as the academic integrity at Frankfurt School. Thus, the Honour Code shall be widely shared, promoted and, if need be, enforced.
The purpose of the Honour Council is to promote the values of the Honour Code within the FS Community, to advance the code of conduct regarding ethical and moral questions and to evaluate violations of the Honour Code. Social misconduct, damage to property or violations of the conventions of good academic work are examples of topics forwarded to the Honour Council. The Honour Council reviews and evaluates reported incidents and sanctions them if a violation of the Honour Code has been identified.
If you would like to report a violation or consult regarding a possible misconduct, please contact email@example.com.
Interview with Lynn Cunningham and Patrick Becker
Interview with DAAD Prizewinner 2020