Finding a place to live in Frankfurt

Living room with a sofa

Finding a place to live in Frankfurt can be daunting. Frankfurt is a booming city with many attractive and well-paid jobs. The city’s population has grown by 12% over the past ten years to now almost 750,000. Frankfurt School has two buildings with 218 fully furnished studio apartments with ensuite bathrooms on its Campus. Accommodation …

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How to create a Toastmasters Club

I’ve been a member of Toastmasters International for more than nine years now. I’m convinced that it is one of the best (and indeed the cheapest) ways to improve one’s public speaking ability. About two years ago I wanted to do something new: found a so-called Advanced Toastmasters Club that is geared entirely toward experienced …

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The winners of the 2017 BSc Instagram and Snapchat competition

For the second time, we ran a photo and video competition during the introduction week of the BSc in Business Administration at Frankfurt School. In addition to regular Instagram photos and videos this year we also included Snapchat and Instagram Stories (which didn’t exist last year).

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Frankfurt School BSc once again excels in CHE/Zeit ranking

Frankfurt School’s Bachelor of Science in Business Administration once again came out at the top of the recent ranking by CHE and Die Zeit, Germany’s most important university ranking. We excelled in almost every measured aspect in the categories “BWL” (management) and “Wirtschaftswissenschaften” (business and economics). The only notable exceptions had to two with facilities …

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Register now for SAT and ACT tests!

Students who want to start their undergraduate studies in Frankfurt School’s Bachelor of Science in Business Administration this year and who would like to take one of the standardized tests should hurry up. SAT and ACT only have one test date each left in this cycle! College Board offers the last international SAT on 6 May. …

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Frankfurt School’s BSc Advanced Study Phase gets new time structure

From spring 2018 onward, two things will change for the Advanced Study Phase (that is, semesters 6 and 7) of the Bachelor of Science in Business Administration at Frankfurt School. First, we will introduce a structure of four quarters, which means that we will divide each semester into two quarters with seven or eight weeks …

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New Advanced Toastmasters Club launches in Frankfurt

On 23 November 2016 fifteen experienced Toastmasters met at Saalbau Südbahnhof in Frankfurt to start the new Advanced Club for the Rhine/Main region. We discussed many ideas of what the club could do, how it should be set up and so on. A highlight was the humorous speech given by Steven Feller. He was about …

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Frankfurt School Bachelor student wins Zonta Award

Zonta Klausman Award

Recently, Anja Unger, one of my Bachelor students who is currently in her last semester at Frankfurt School, received the Jane M. Klausman award from Zonta Club Frankfurt. This award is given to female business students to strengthen the potential of future women business leaders. Anja received the award during a session in the fancy …

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Starting in 2017: New Marketing Concentration in the Frankfurt School BSc

The Frankfurt School Bachelor of Science in Business Administration is growing! Not only did we welcome yet another record intake of 268 new students last month, but we’re also expanding our program. From 2017 onwards we offer a new Concentration in the field of Marketing, which raises the number of Concentrations to eight. Marketing is …

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