First-class lectures, small study groups, personal contact with professors, faculty & staff and a state-of-the-art campus.
Our educational programmes are all based on the practical results of real-world research projects, providing solid, up-to-date foundations on which to build successful careers. Frankfurt School is the perfect fit for outstanding young student professionals studying for degrees while working full-time as well as executives seeking new horizons.
For students and alumni alike, Frankfurt School’s global network is an important life-long resource.
The Bachelor in Business Administration (BSc) at Frankfurt School is a programme that, over the course of seven semesters (3.5 years), helps you get started with your career. Through core modules you will learn essential skills and competencies to manage and lead an organisation in various departments. Furthermore, you will have the opportunity to choose one of seven concentrations, which vary by focus and occasionally time model. Living in Frankfurt and the various student initiatives offered also contribute to making your experience at Frankfurt exceptional.
The first module in Frankfurt includes: team building activities, team work principles, individual ethics, intercultural communication, conflict management and shared responsibility. Learn more about the programme at https://www.frankfurt-school.de/ihm
Frankfurt School’s Executive MBA participants get to know their new classmates during an activity-packed weekend. After a welcome day with info sessions, a networking breakfast, welcome notes and an evening cocktail reception at Frankfurt School Campus, they head to a retreat in the Lufthansa Trainingcenter in Seeheim-Jugenheim. This 2 day long off-site helps them developing many of the key skills they will employ throughout the programme: teamwork, communication, and time management. Get a glimpse of what your very own EMBA journey might look like and feel the spirit of the Executive MBA @Frankfurt School.
“Ladies First” discussion forum for Frankfurt School alumnae and women students
Financing the transition of Europe's economy
Interview with FS-alumna Selin Ceylan
Interview with new FS Vice President for Academic Affairs