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Degree
Bachelor of Science (BSc)

Duration
7 semesters

Tuition fee per semester
6.950 Euro

Tuition fee for semester abroad may differ

Language
EN or DE

Start of programme
September

Programme highlights
  • Choice of studying your first three semesters completely in English or German
  • Flexibility to choose the Study Model which works best for you
  • Seven concentrations: Auditing and Consulting (KPMG), Banking and Finance, Digital Business, General Management, International Management, Management, Philosophy & Economics, Marketing
  • Endless opportunities by studying finance in Frankfurt, Europe's economic hub
  • Diverse and international student body
  • Excellent career prospects by studying at a top Business School (both locally and internationally)
  • Enjoy a semester abroad at one of our international partner universities
  • Network and gain professional work experience through an internship abroad
  • Live in the successful, vibrant and thriving city of Frankfurt

Bachelor Day

Come and meet the team on our Bachelor Day! You’ll be provided with everything you need to know about admission requirements, language skills, entry tests, and experiences of current students. 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: October 26th, 2019 | Time: 10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. | Location: FS Campus

Register Now!

Study Models

Our Bachelor in Business Administration (BSc) offers you the opportunity to take your core modules (first 3 semesters) either completely in English (English Core Track) or completely in German (German Core Track).This not only differentiates the language of your modules, however also the Study Model. If you choose to take the German Core Track, then you will study in either our 3-day Model or the Block Model. If you choose the English Core Track, then you will study in a normal full-time Model.

No matter which Study Model you choose, the length of your studies will always be 7 semesters. The advantage of our different Study Models is that you get to choose whether you want to also gain significant practical experience during your studies or focus mainly on your academic education.

English Core Track

If you choose our English Core Track, then you will have 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.

German Core Track: 3-day Model

The Bachelor of Science German Core Track follows a unique time model that permits you to work part-time whilst pursuing your full-time Bachelor’s degree. We call this the “3-day Model”.

Students typically attend classes three days a week, either on Mondays, Tuesdays and Saturdays or on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays. This leaves three working days during the week for self-study, language courses or student working job opportunities. This model is suitable for students with a cooperation partner as well as for students who would like to take on a working student job in addition to their studies.

German Core Track: Block Model

If you choose to the German Core Track and want to study with one of our cooperation partners, then you might be asked by them to study in the Block Model. The Block Model allows you to switch between a few weeks of studying and a few weeks or work throughout your whole studies. Your cooperation partner will let you know whether you should choose this option or not.

Curriculum

Core Curriculum

During the first three semesters of your BSc you will take core modules which will give you a great foundation for your business degree and introduce you to a variety of topics. You will have the choice to take the core modules either completely in English or German through our "English core track" or "German core track".

Concentration

During your second semester you will then decide what subject you would like to specialise in. You will have the choice between seven concentrations: Auditing and Consulting, Banking and Finance, Digital Business, General Management, International Management, Management, Philosophy & Economics, Marketing. Your concentration modules will start in the 3rd Semester and go through the whole 4th semester. All concentration modules are taught exclusively in English.

Semester Abroad

All BSc students at Frankfurt School spend at least one semester abroad which includes an internship.

Advanced Study Phase

During these two semesters, you can choose modules from a broad range of topics to suit your interests. We offer approximately 45 modules in the areas of Finance and Banking, Managing Organisations, Economics, and Business and Society. Some concentrations also have advanced specialised modules in semesters 6 and 7.

Thesis

As the final part of your studies you will write the Bachelor Thesis, usually during your last semester.

Learning Goals

LG1: Knowledge and Understanding of Business Administration

Graduates will have a broad knowledge and a critical understanding of the key theories, principles and methods in Business Administration. They will be able to reflect and classify professional and scientific statements.

LG2: Problem Solving by Applying Analytical Techniques

Graduates will use and develop knowledge and comprehension to provide business solutions. They will evaluate the significance of different sources of information and base decision-making on a methodical approach according to the current state of science. Graduates will derive research objectives, apply research methods, describe results and explain outcomes.

LG3: Effective Communication

Graduates will communicate effectively and work well in teams. They will formulate professional problem solutions and represent them in the discourse. Furthermore they will take into account and reflect different perspectives.

LG4: Professional and Responsible Behaviour

Graduates will be prepared to be personalities in an international business environment and base professional activities on theoretical and methodical knowledge. Graduates will have an understanding of ethical responsibility as an integral part of their professional lives.

Studying with a cooperation partner

If you choose to study our Banking and Finance, Digital Business or Auditing & Consulting concentration, then you also have the opportunity to study with one of our cooperation partners. Cooperation partners allow you to gain valuable work experience during your studies, pay you a good salary and cover part of your tuition fees. The exact amount depends on the cooperation partner you work for.

Please be aware that our cooperation partners partially advertise their positions online up to one year in advance! So make sure you apply as early as possible.

The application process is completely independent from your application to Frankfurt School, so you do not need to be admitted to apply. You must apply through the companies website. The best would be if you applied to Frankfurt School and your preferred company at the same time. Our Auditing and Consulting concentration is an exception, as once you have been admitted we will directly forward your application to KPMG. You do not need to apply to KPMG yourself.

In case you have any further questions regarding our cooperation partners, please feel free to contact us.

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 Business Administration (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)
     
  5. Fluent English, both written and spoken, demonstrated by one of the following certificates*:

German core track

  • TOEFL iBT (minimum score: 75) or
  • Frankfurt School TOEFL ITP (minimum score: 543) or
  • IELTS Academic (minimum score: 6.0) or
  • Cambridge English First Certificate (B2) or
  • Pearson Test of English Academic (minimum score: 58)

English core track

  • TOEFL iBT (minimum score: 90) or
  • Frankfurt School TOEFL ITP (minimum score: 577) or
  • IELTS Academic (minimum score: 7.0) or
  • Cambridge Certificate in Advanced English (C1) or
  • Pearson Test of English Academic (minimum score: 76)

*Applications may be submitted without an English certficiate, however we require you to have ate least signed up for one and to hand in the results by the 15th of July latest.

For detailed information on our application process, please see here.

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.

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