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Bachelor of Science (BSc)

7 semesters

Tuition fee per semester
6.950 Euro

Tuition fee for semester abroad may differ


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About the programme

Our Bachelor of Science in Computational Business Analytics is for those who seek a dynamic technology-focused business career. Understanding both the business side and data science side of complex issues and speaking fluently to people from both sides, is mission-critical to a rapidly increasing number of businesses across all industries. The programme focuses on the following topics:

  • Complex problem-solving: Data-driven interdisciplinary thinking and problem solving.
  • Programming: Hands-on programming experience.
  • Data Analytics: Draw inferences from data and develop data intuition from applied use-cases.
  • Computational Methods: Data structures and software engineering principles, data engineering, machine learning, data visualisation. 
  • Formal expertise: Linear algebra and calculus, probability, decision and game theory, economics.
  • Management expertise: management, finance, markets, accounting and corporate law.

Bachelor Day

Come and meet the team on our Bachelor Day! You’ll be provided with everything you need to know about admission requirements, financing your studies and current student experiences. The informative day will help you in deciding whether Frankfurt School is the right place for you and you may even get to know some of your future coursemates.

Next Bachelor Day

Date: April 25th, 2020 | Time: 10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. | Location: FS Campus

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Our Bachelor in Computational Business Analytics curriculum provides students with the skills required to succed in a career where data science meets the needs of contemporary business. Students will take core business and data science modules and learn how to combine their knowledge in the professional world.

Course content


After successful completion of the module, students will be able to:

-  Show the importance of finances for companies
- Analyse the investment and financing possibilities of companies
- Present the pricing of securities on the financial markets
- Explain portfolio and capital market theory and its practical relevance
- Examine the interaction of supply and demand on financial markets under different information scenarios

Financial Accounting

On successful completion of this module, students will have a thorough
comprehension of the basic and key concepts of bookkeeping, and a
good understanding of accounting rules guiding financial statements
preparation, i.e., they can:

  • Describe the objectives of financial reporting
  • Explain the flexibility inherent in accounting rules
  • Outline the concepts and techniques of financial statement preparation

Introduction to Data Science

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Microeconomics and Decision Theory

On successful completion of this module, students are familiar with the basic concepts of decision theory and microeconomics, i. e. they can:

  • Answer the basic economic question on how the interplay between individual decisions drives market outcomes and social reality.
  • Outline the interrelation of decision theory and microeconomics
  • Describe how decision processes are structured
  • Emphasise the domain dependant relevance of different motives and preferences

Computational Statistics

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Language Module

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Markets, Incentives and Ethical Management

The course integrates the analysis of competitive situations, applications of asymmetric information, and ethical management. After the course, you are capable of analyzing different market situations, distinguishing between different forms of asymmetric information, and combine these topics with ethical management. You will have the tools to understand why markets are inefficient and how the problems can be mitigated. Consequently, you can apply their knowledge to current debates about for example, cartels, mergers, or CEO compensation.

Data Visualisation

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Corporate Finance

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Principles of Management

The course introduces the concepts, tools, and principles of management
in today’s global business context. Our journey begins with an
introduction of what management is and a brief overview of management
history. We then explore the external and internal environment that
provide a context for how managers perform their jobs. We next examine
how managers make decisions as the decision making process is central
to how organizations operate. The rest of the course is organised around
the four functions of management, namely; planning, organising, leading,
and controlling.

Mathematics for Data Sciences

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On successful completion of this module, students will have a thorough comprehension of Marketing, i.e. they can:

  • Understand the terminology, concepts and tools of modern marketing practice
  • Comprehend the consumer decision making process and the factors that affect it
  • Explain the marketing mix (product management, price management, sales management and communications management) and the importance of integrating these elements

Databases & Management

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Algorithm & Software Concepts

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Managerial Accounting

On successful completion of this module, you can take responsibility for designing and implementing managerial accounting concepts in organisations. You will be able to critically analyse the suitability of different managerial accounting approaches for the specific context of their organization. Moreover, you will learn to take into account interdependencies of accounting choices when implementing managerial accounting concepts.

Machine Learning

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Strategy & Organisation

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Study Model

Our Bachelor in Computational Business Analytics (BSc) is taught completely in English and studied full-time. This means you will have a normal 4 to 5-day a week schedule. Of course this can vary each semester, however usually you would have at least 1 day off during the week (lectures can take place between Monday and Saturday). It is also possible to take on a student working job on the side of our full-time model.

Learning experience

Our Bachelor in Computational Business Analytics (BSc) applies a practical approach to your studies by preparing you for the realities of data science in the working world. We do this by strengthening your statistical, mathematical and computational skills, and through exposing you to every day working life as part of our cooperative company projects. 

Artificial Intelligence (AI) Lab

The AI Lab provides a space where new learning concepts can be developed, tested, and immediately implemented into the teaching programme. The AI Lab is equipped with four high end computers using the latest GPUs for AI acceleration. Students are also invited to attend our Hackthons and additional workshops. Find out more about our AI Lab here.


Our Hack@LAB hackathons allow students to solve problems chosen directly by a leading company. Students from a range of skill-sets come together and work on the problems using machine-learning techniques and algothrims.

Practical study approach

Next to your internship abroad, our studies combine theory and practice to broaden your knowledge through practical examples. Our professors work hand-in-hand with policy-makers and executives to offer tailor-made solutions to real-world questions. Research findings are employed in leading corporations, the finance sector, in politics and on development issues. Members of our faculty frequently follow and report on current issues in the media. Furthermore, managers from leading business companies frequently are invited by our teaching staff for guest lectures for our students.

During your studies, you will learn to analyse and calculate a companys‘ current situation by working on various case studies. If you wish, you may also write your Bachelor thesis in cooperation with a company.

Semester and internship abroad

The 5th semester abroad is an integral part of the Bachelor of Science. Firstly, you will go study at one of our over 100 partner universities. This will be an exciting and challenging experience. Every partner university offers different opportunities. The Frankfurt School International Office will support you with organising your semester abroad.

You will then also do an internship abroad which will allow you to gain practical experience around the world. The internship can be done in a different country from where your exchange university is located. Our Career Services will assist and support you during your search for an internship.

Entry requirements

When should I apply?

We strongly recommend you apply as early as possible, however no later than May 31st  if you would like to be guaranteed a spot in our Bachelor of Science programme. You are required to provide us with all necessary documents and successfully complete our application process.

Applications after May 31st will still be considered, however places will be assigned depending on availability and academic merit.

When applying to our Bachelor in Computational Business Analytics (BSc), you must be aware of all the documents required. Your place at Frankfurt School will not be confirmed until all the documents stated below have been delivered to us.

  1. A recognised secondary school diploma (German "Abitur" or equivalent)
    If you have not graduated yet, then you can apply by uploading your last two school reports
  2. Frankfurt School Assessment Centre or one of the following test scores: SAT, ACT, TestAS
  3. A letter of motivation 
  4. Your CV (resume)

Career prospects

On completion of the Bachelor in Computational Business Analytics (BSc) you will be qualified to connect the dots for businesses. Business Analytics gains increasing importance in the industry and important companies, including the Big Four, are seeking experts who understand specific wants and needs and can provide relevant solutions for genuine business transformations. 

Both the private sector and the public sector are constantly looking for ways to increase efficiency and effectiveness. Your skills as a Business Analyst are in such high demand that you may even receive job offers before you graduate or at the company where you completed your work placement. Job opportunities will include but not be limited to Data Analyst; Business Analyst; Data Visualisation Engineer, Internal Data Science Consultant and new roles in all sectors that are experiencing digital transformation.

Living in Frankfurt

Frankfurt is not only the business hub of Europe but also the most international city in Germany. It accommodates 180 different nationalities and through its international airport and home to international companies it is a great place for you to live in. Located closely to the city center our campus is easy for you to reach.

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Guaranteed accommodation

We know that finding accommodation can be challenging, therefore at Frankfurt School we guarantee our first semester Bachelor of Science students a room for one year in our partnered accommodation (Urbanum) with a discount of 150€ a month, if the conditions mentioned below are met by 31 March 2020.

To be eligible for guaranteed accommodation you must:

  • Be starting your first semester in the Bachelor of Science programme at Frankfurt School in September 2020
  • Have signed your study contract and applied for accommodation by 31 March 2020
  • Be living alone (we don't provide guaranteed accommodation to couples or families).

You will be able to apply for accommodation once you been granted admission for our Bachelor in Computational Business Analytics (BSc) programme.

Non-guaranteed accommodation

You are still welcome to apply for our accommodation after 31 March 2020, however we can not guarantee you a room.

Financing & Scholarships

Your degree is an investment towards your professional future. As a business school of international standing, we not only offer you academic excellence – we also offer you excellent career prospects.

As we can guarantee the quality of our teaching and research, we also expect the highest levels of commitment and motivation from our students.

We know that financing your studies can be an issue and must be thought about in detail. This is why we give our students the opportunity to receive financial aid or scholarships.

Career Services

Right from the start of your studies our Career Services team is part of your Frankfurt School experience. Our Career Services team is there to support you as you search for exciting internships and your first job after graduation. We host two large in-house career fairs every year, regular workshops, visits by recruiters, and more.