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Frankfurt am Main, 10.09.2020 12:00:00

This semester, which began on 1 September, the Frankfurt School welcomes more than 330 students to the Bachelor of Science and more than 330 students to the Pre-Experience Master programmes. This is a new record for both programmes. The school remains on course for growth from last year where 267 Bachelor of Science and 293 Pre-Experience Master's students began their studies at Frankfurt School.

There is also a slight increase, 175 up from 168 last year, in the number of first-year students in the Bachelor of Arts, offered in Hamburg, Munich, Düsseldorf, as well as Frankfurt.

For Professor Dr. Nils Stieglitz, President of the Frankfurt School, the figures confirm the progress the school has made: "The Frankfurt School has developed exceptionally well in recent years. The reasons are obvious: With our campus in Frankfurt, the study centres in Hamburg and Munich and our online campus, we offer an excellent infrastructure and an attractive, flexible and, in these times, secure environment for students from all over the world. We hold top positions in this year’s Manager Magazin, WiWo and CHE rankings, showing that all doors are wide open for our graduates. They are successful in companies and corporations in all industries, as entrepreneurs or in the public sector, in associations, and NGOs”. For the President, the individual support provided by Career and Student Services, the research-focused, committed, and international faculty, and the small groups are further factors that reinforce the success of the university.

Professional education management even in Corona times

Despite the corona pandemic, the semester began as usual in September. Campus life continues under a comprehensive safety and hygiene concept. Among other things, students can decide for themselves whether to attend courses on site or online. "Students and applicants appreciate our flexibility and reliability as well as the comprehensive security measures. They can study safely and successfully," says Frankfurt School President Professor Dr. Nils Stieglitz.