The MBA programme builds on over 50 years of teaching and research at Frankfurt School, and successful experience teaching Management Masters and Executive MBA classes.
The MBA’s unique study model relies on the diverse corporate connections at Frankfurt School to give participants a smooth transition to their post-MBA careers. It follows the participant-centered-learning concept developed by Harvard Business School and covers the areas of management and leadership important for successful professional careers.
The program is tailored for professionals seeking a career change and international exposure whilst gaining the necessary skills for a management career.
- A top-ranked German business school
- Located in Europe's business capital
- International study trip to a top-ranked FT business school
- Outstanding faculty and executive talk
- Intensive German language courses
The MBA program is an intensive 12-month experience (Full-Time ) or 21-month (Part-Time) split into two-three 6 month semesters on-campus followed by a 3-month thesis either on- or off-campus.
Career Development, intensive German language training, executive meetings in the Boardroom are availble.
- First degree (Bachelor ́s or equivalent)
- Excellent written and spoken English (TOEFL min 90 IBT, or equivalent)
- At least two years of relevant work experience
- GMAT / GRE or Frankfurt School Admissions Test
Early Bird for Full-Time: We grant an “Early Bird Discount” of 6,000, 4,000 and 2,500 Euro for all applicants who apply by November 30, January 31 and April 30 respectively.
Early Bird for Part-Time: We grant an “Early Bird Discount” of 5,000 and 2,500 Euro for all applicants who apply by January 31 and April 30 respectively.
Scholarships: In order to be considered for the Frankfurt School scholarships, your application needs to be completed by May 31.
The final application deadline is July 31st.
Late applications may be considered from strong candidates after the final deadline at the discretion of the admissions committee and dependant upon place availability.
Start of the Programme
The Master of Business Administration program begins in October each year. For non-EU applicants who require a visa to enter Germany, please keep in mind that it can take up to two or three months to obtain the necessary visa.
About the School
Frankfurt School of Finance & Management is an AACSB, EQUIS and AMBA accredited, research-led business school, covering every aspect of a business, management, banking, and finance.