Dear FS Community,
Here you find current corona information. Please continue to act in a way that does not expose ourselves and others to risk of infection.
What happens if a member of the FS Community is infected with Corona?
As soon as Frankfurt School knows of a confirmed infection, this information will be passed on to all students and employees.
With the help of the Corona Tracer, which all students and employees carry, those who have been in close contact with the infected person can be identified. These contact persons will be informed personally to discuss measures such as quarantine or a precautionary corona test.
On the instructions of the public health department, infected persons remain anonymous. Their personal rights are protected.
How are the academic programmes running?
We offer the elective model to our students, where they can choose whether to attend classes from campus or online.
Please continue to act in a way that does not expose ourselves and others to risk of infection. We recommend wearing medical masks (surgical masks or protective masks of the standards FFP2, KN95, N95, or comparable) in all public and especially in crowded areas of the campus.
What should students do if they think they are infected?
Students who believe they have been infected should contact their family doctor or the medical on-call service by phone at the Germany-wide number 116117. The Hessian Ministry of Social Affairs has set up a hotline for questions about the coronavirus: 0800 5554666. It is available every day from 08:00 to 20:00; the staff on this hotline speak German and English.
Please also inform Frankfurt School at email@example.com if you are not able to participate in courses due to illness. Together we will find solutions so the success of your degree will not be compromised.
How are the part-time education programmes running?
We offer our Bankfachwirt, Betriebswirt and Management courses all over Germany, in all federal states. There are both face-to-face and online groups. If you have any questions, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Should students take advantage of semesters and internships abroad?
Will Assessment Centres for applicants still take place?
Assessment Centres for Bachelor, Master and MBA applicants will be carried out online. The admissions teams will contact applicants to set up dates. They will also share technical requirements. In the case that applicants are unable to provide required test scores (GMAT, Toefl, IELTS) alternative arrangements are being made. For any questions, please contact the respective team: email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
How are Executive Education seminars taking place?
We offer you a "hybrid model", in which you can participate in the course both in presence on campus and online. Online-only courses will remain possible in individual cases.
Participants in Executive Education courses will be informed personally about any changes. Please do not hesitate to contact our Executive Education Team if you need advice.
Frankfurt School Verlag Conferences
The Hamburg Campus is generally open. The following opening hours apply: Monday to Saturday from 8:00 to 22:00. Access here is only possible with student ID card.
Please register in advance to use the study rooms.
At the Hamburg Campus, the following measures apply in addition to the rules in Frankfurt:
A corona tracer is not required to be worn here.
Our students, participants and lecturers are informed will directly be informed on how (on site or online) the planned courses, workshops or certificate courses will place. You can find information and contact details here.
Study Centre Munich
Our students, participants and lecturers are informed will directly be informed on how (on site or online) the planned courses, workshops or certificate courses will place. Further information and contact details are available here.
Who should journalists contact with questions about Frankfurt School?
The pandemic affects all areas of life and work; our economy, international relations, the labour market, and health and education systems are also affected. Our professors conduct research on these and other topics. They are happy to make their findings available to journalists.
Please contact Christian Kronberger (firstname.lastname@example.org, Tel. +49 69 154008 322) or Carolin Schwalme (email@example.com, Tel. +49 69 154 008 818) with your questions. More information can be found here.
For questions related to issues with the coronavirus, please use the central email address of Frankfurt School firstname.lastname@example.org.
To address concerns, we have set up a student hotline. Students have access to this number in the online campus / study guide.