Frankfurt School of Finance and Management

The list of business schools would be never ending, if you start jotting down names of national and international B schools. While talking of the European B schools Frankfurt School definitely takes a front seat in the discussion. Frankfurt School of Finance and Management’s legacy is being carried out for more than 50 years now. Founded by Gabler publishing house in 1957, Frankfurt School has come a long way since then. Today Frankfurt School is a research led business school, with an impressive portfolio of services.

As is already known FS is operational in three verticals: Academics, Executive education and International Advisory Services. The Bachelors programs of Frankfurt School are all accredited by the German Authorities and by FIBAA with a guarantee of thorough education for students. The Masters of Finance course, which is one of the oldest and the flagship program of FS, is embellished with 27th rank by Financial Times. Other Masters Programs of FS are equally revered with a perfect mix of national and international students.FS is also operational and is doing phenomenally good in International advisory services. On behalf of various agencies and development finance institutions International Advisory Services of Frankfurt School carries out projects across the globe with the overall aim to strengthen the financial sector and thus contribute to improving access to finance for low-end population.

A German Private university ranked the 8th best research university in Germany, by the German business newspaper ‘Handelsblatt’, enters into another sphere of education. In tandem to the Executive MBA which was designed with executives in mind and was essentially taught in German language, Frankfurt School of Finance and Management is all set to start a full time MBA in General management. It is specially designed for the international students with a space for local candidates as well. The university aims for better employability, international diversity and mobility, with this 15 months duration program. On its way to being the most desirable B-School in Europe, Frankfurt School works to create an inclusive learning environment while maximizing the value of Frankfurt School education.

The program is spread over 3 semesters where students will be taking up their thesis in the third semester. The content of the program seeks to touch base upon all the cardinal sections of finance and management, with finance, accounting, economics and management in purview. 8 hours intensive German language training per week will be an additional feature for the students. University also plans for a weekly career development day for its students. A Career Development Program would essentially take care of Personality development, personal branding, presentation skills & negotiation skills, Business etiquette et cetera coupled with individual career planning and coaching and company visits.

University understands the students’ desire to work as an intern with the European companies and allow internships in the second semester of the course. With this and a broad range of scholarships to curb students’ expenditure, Frankfurt Schools’ MBA becomes one of the most formidable options for national and international students.

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