How to Ace the Admissions Process at Frankfurt School

By |November 20th, 2014|

I recently wrote a post in German for Frankfurt School’s blog about how to succeed in our admissions process, particularly in the one-day Assessment Center on Campus. You can find the post here:

So meistern Sie das Bachelor-Aufnahmeverfahren an der Frankfurt School

How should the world react to protests in Hong Kong?

By |October 23rd, 2014|

Causeway Bay, a busy shopping district in central Hong Kong last week: metal and wooden barricades surround tents; people sit on the floor discussing. Signposts in Chinese and English everywhere. It is “Occupy”, the movement led by students demanding more democracy from their administration and the government in Beijing. There are lots of police, but everything seems to be relaxed. Immediately next to the protest camp shoppers check out the latest smartphones and gold jewellery.

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A Great Start to University: Welcoming the 2014 Undergraduate Cohort at Frankfurt School

By |October 1st, 2014|

For most people, starting university is beginning a new phase in life. A different environment, for many a different city. Excitement mingles with fear. Therefore it is really important how universities structure their on-boarding process. At most public universities in Germany there is simply no such thing. But Frankfurt School of Finance & Management is, of course, different.

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Frankfurt School receives two most prestigious accreditation seals for Business Schools

By |June 11th, 2014|

It’s official: a few weeks after the Frankfurt School of Finance & Management received official accreditation by the AACSB we’ve now been informed that we’ve also been awarded the EQUIS seal.

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Undergraduate scholarships at Frankfurt School

By |April 10th, 2014|

The Frankfurt School of Finance & Management, one of Germany’s leading Business Schools, is offering two full scholarships for undergraduate (Bachelor) students starting in August 2014.

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Video about the Bachelor of Science at Frankfurt School

By |March 21st, 2014|

We’ve just released a six-minute video presenting our Bachelor of Science program at Frankfurt School of Finance & Management. I’m quite happy about it (and a bit proud). We hope that it will give prospective students a good impression of the School and the undergraduate program with its seven different majors.

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All-new introduction week for incoming Frankfurt School Bachelor students

By |December 12th, 2013|

This year we tried out something new for the introduction week in three of our undergraduate programs. Students of the Bachelor in International Business Administration, Business Administration and Management, Philosophy & Economics went to the nearby city of Darmstadt for two and a half days to “Get Ready for the Frankfurt School Experience”, as we called the workshop.

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Undergraduates train leadership skills in second round of “Creative Complexity”

By |November 25th, 2013|

In August, our pilot project “Creative Complexity” at Frankfurt School of Finance & Management went into its second round with the 2012 cohort. The project’s aim is to try new formats and topics for the undergraduate programs to prepare students better for the leadership challenges ahead of them.
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New Advanced Study Phase for Frankfurt School’s Undergraduate Business Programs

By |September 14th, 2013|

We have completely overhauled the structure and the contents of the Bachelor advanced study phase at Frankfurt School of Finance & Management, that is, the last two semesters of the programs. In a nutshell, undergraduate students in our seven different business and management programs now have a vastly broader choice of topics, they have more freedom when selecting courses and classes will be in English by default.

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Frankfurt School of Finance & Management on Social Media

By |May 23rd, 2013|

Almost silently, the Frankfurt School of Finance & Management has become more active on social media. In January I launched two Facebook pages for the undergraduate programs, one in English and one in German. But there’s more.

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