With the start of the summer semester Frankfurt School of Finance & Management welcomes 42 new exchange students from all over the world. 24 of them are studying a bachelor and 18 a master programme. They come from 23 different countries: Argentina, Brasil, Canada, China, Egypt, Finland, France, Italy, Japan, Jordan, Morocco, Mexico, Poland, Portugal, Russia, Sweden, Switzerland, Singapore, Spain, South Korea, Taiwan, Hungary and the USA. In addition to the exchange students, who have joined the business school last semester and are staying in Frankfurt for a whole year, there are currently 58 exchange students on campus.
The financial hub Frankfurt as locational advantage
“Because it is very important to speak several languages today, I absolutely want to learn German. In Frankfurt, I can combine my goal with studying at a world renowned university, in a financial hub of global relevance”, explains Luis Paulo Guardabaxo, who does his Bachelor in International Business.
Claudia Aljeandra Fernandez, who comes from Mexico and is studying in the Bachelor of Banking & Finance Programme for one semester, explains her decision for Frankfurt School as follows: “My teachers in Mexico gave me the advice to live and study in Frankfurt. If it is your goal to work in the financial industry, an exchange at Frankfurt School will provide a solid basis”.