Frankfurt School is cooperating with the Mercator Science Policy Fellowship Program, which brings together senior leaders from the public sector and NGOs with faculty from different universities. The aim is to engage in an in-depth exchange around topics of the future.[Read more…] about Mercator Science Policy Fellowship Program
Frankfurt School is partnering with Futury for its sustainable startup project, “The Mission: Banking – Be Green!” Together with supermarket chain Kaufland and insurer Zurich we will provide expertise to five teams working on innovative ideas around making banking and finance more sustainable.[Read more…] about Frankfurt School and Futury cooperate on sustainable innovation project
I’ve just returned from Oslo, where I attended this year’s Bachelor Programmes Conference by EFMD, the European association of business schools. It was the sixth time I participated since 2013.[Read more…] about Frankfurt School will host the 2020 EFMD Bachelor conference
After eight years as Program Director of Frankfurt School’s Bachelor (BSc) in Business Administration, it’s time for me to say goodbye.[Read more…] about Goodbye BSc!
Recently, I presented the 2020 cycle of the Advanced Study Phase in the Bachelor in Business Administration for the students from the 2017 intake.[Read more…] about The Frankfurt School BSc Advanced Study Phase
Earlier this month, 268 new students began their university studies at Frankfurt School in the Bachelor (BSc) in Business Administration. As usual, the BSc team welcomed them with a full week of socializing, useful workshops, a big teambuilding challenge, and the official opening ceremony.[Read more…] about Welcoming the 2019 Bachelor intake at Frankfurt School
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 is limited to Frankfurt School students during their first year, but even so, demand usually exceeds the offer. Fortunately, there are some private alternatives.
Apartments in Bockenheim and Nordend ranging from 23 to 35 m2. The Nordend location is right next to Frankfurt School’s Campus. Rents start at 540 € per month including utilities.
Apartments with 16 to 29 m2 in the neighborhoods Ostend, Gallus and Lyoner Viertel starting at 470 € per month incl. utilities.
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This residence is in the Mertonviertel neighborhood. Apartments range from 18 to 31 m2, and rents start at 535 € per month incl. utilities.
Apartments in Bockenheim, 14 to 31 m2. Rents start at 529 € per month incl. utilities.
Apartments with 18 to 29 m2 and rents starting at 667 € per month incl. utilities.
One- and two-bedroom apartments in the Riedberg neighborhood. Rents start at roughly 470 € per month and person.
Two residences in the Riedberg neighborhood with apartments from 19 to 39 m2.
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).[Read more…] about The winners of the 2017 BSc Instagram and Snapchat competition
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 (rooms, IT, library), but hey—we know that it’s a bit cramped at times at our current location. That’s why we’re moving to our brand-new Campus in the summer!