We offer two different Bachelor diplomas:
Bachelor of Science (BSc): Bachelor in Business Administration, Bachelor in Management, Philosophy & Economics, Bachelor in Computational Business Analytics.
Bachelor of Arts (BA): Bachelor in Betriebswirtschaftslehre
We have listed the key differences for these programmes below to help you choose the one which suits your needs and interests best.
If you have recently graduated from high school, or will graduate within the next year, and are interested in studying business and management in an international environment, then our Bachelor in Business Administration (BSc) is the right choice for you.
Our Bachelor of Science is an internationally and nationally accredited programme, which will lay the foundation of your career. Over seven semesters (3.5 years), you will gain valuable knowledge and hands-on experience, which will provide you with the skills to succeed in today’s competitive complex business world.
During the first 1.5 years of your studies, you have the option of studying in English or German. From the 4th semester onwards you will study in English and can specialise in the following topics:
If you have recently graduated from high school or will graduate within the next year and are interested in studying business in combination with computer science, then our Bachelor in Computational Business Analytics (BSc) is the right choice.
The combination of Artificial Intelligence, Big Data and substantial computing power is changing the business world. We offer the Bachelor in Computational Business Analytics (BSc) at Frankfurt School in response to these changes. Whilst data scientists are in high demand, business-savvy data scientists are among the most sought-after professionals worldwide. Understanding complex issues' business and data science aspects is critical to a rapidly increasing number of businesses across all industries.
Are your interests not only in business and economics, but also in analytical thinking and the most pressing political and moral challenges of our time? Does your intellectual curiosity drive you to pursue a demanding degree programme that asks probing questions about what others may take for granted?
Then choose our unique Bachelor in Management, Philosophy & Economics (BSc), which combines the scientific rigour of economics and the analytical acuity of philosophy with comprehensive training in business studies. In seven semesters (3.5 years) you will acquire exactly those analytical, methodological and normative skills that will provide you with invaluable advantages in the global marketplace.
If you would like the opportunity to work and still study on the side, our Bachelor in Betriebswirtschaftslehre (BA) is the right choice for you.
Through the Bachelor in Betriebswirtschaftslehre (BA) at Frankfurt School, you can combine working and studying by working during the week and studying on the weekends towards an internationally accredited degree. This hands-on programme offers a variety of career and development opportunities throughout various industries.
Lectures and seminars take place on the weekends, which allows you to work (full-time, internship, apprenticeship or student job) and gain valuable work experience during your studies.
Please note that you need at least a C1 German language level for this degree programme.
Do you already have a Fachwirtabschluss or will be receiving one soon?
If so, find out more about the possibility of lateral entry into the Bachelor of Arts programme (four semesters instead of seven).
Learn more about our Bachelor programmes, student life at Frankfurt School, career prospects and financing options.
We offer you multiple ways to get in touch with us, visit the campus and meet current students!
On Campus Bachelor Day: 15 June 2024
The next opportunity to get to know our professors and students and get an overview of our Bachelor programmes and financing options will be on 15 June 2024.
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