The International Office is responsible to extend the partner portfolio and keep contact with existing international academic collaborations. We work with the faculties and departments to create, identify and disseminate opportunities for strategic collaboration across all disciplines and countries; and to negotiate structure and implement strategic partnership agreements. Frankfurt School has around 130 Partner Universities in every continent around the world.
Student mobility is an opportunity for students to study abroad whilst undertaking their degree programme – whether undergraduate or postgraduate. Student mobility can be both incoming and outgoing in the form of bilateral exchange or one-way study abroad. The Frankfurt School has exchange agreements to send its outgoing students to partner institutions in Europe (via Erasmus) or non-European countries (bilateral exchange agreements).
Study Abroad programmes are one-way (outgoing or incoming only) fee paying programmes for either one semester or one academic year. Students should know that not every partnership agreement covers both bachelor and master exchange or study abroad options. Some agreements are only for bachelor students, others only for master students. For more detailed information please have a look at the overview partner portfolio or contact the International Office.
The Frankfurt school offers a wide range of exchange and study abroad opportunities with partner universities worldwide. We are pleased to provide advice regarding the various options.