It is no accident that we can look at about 1,500 trusting partnerships with business, science, and politics and continue to develop our network every day. We value sustainable cooperations and know how important our partnerships are! They ensure regional innovation, applied research, and our practice-oriented academic teaching!
Private and institutional partners have many possibilities to commit skills, knowledge, financial means, and time to the areas of education, research, and knowledge transfer. Our formats range from personnel recruiting, entrepreneurship and application-oriented research to the cooperative development of dual programs and continuing education programs. Cooperation brochure (German only) for download.
Businesses, organizations, institutions, persons…
We welcome guest lectures or ceremonial speeches that give our students / alumni a chance to look behind the scenes at your business and its focus areas.
Benefits for students / alumni: practical relevance, expansion of know-how
Your benefits: recruiting, publication of topic focus areas, business presentation
Please contact us for an informal conversation. It is easiest to discuss structure and schedule during a personal meeting / phone call. We will organize the advertising for your guest lecture.
Accepting a lecture position brings many benefits: You get in contact with young people, are able to pass on your know-how and experiences, and have lots of possibilities to look beyond your own subject-related horizon. We are always looking for new adjunct lecturers with current topics from the professional world for all areas of the business and law programs. What do we need from you? CV, information about your specialization and your current work, and (optionally) information about the topic you would like to lecture on.
The internship semester – efficient preparation for working life
Every year we send 500 Bachelor students on internships to a cooperating business partner of their choice. In the internship semester, which is firmly anchored in the student programs as a compulsory module, our partners efficiently prepare students for their future professional work in business and administration.
At the moment this affects the programs
- Business Administration,
- Business Administration with double degree ESC Troyes,
- International Business Administration,
- Public and Non-Profit Management,
- Business Law and
- Business Information Systems*.
Before, during, and after the internship semester, our students are guided and supported by their professors and specially trained employees.
* This Bachelor program is offered in conjunction with Faculty 2. In terms of the BPS, special regulations apply. To Faculty 2.
- Recruiting of new employees
- Connections to the university
- Communication with university
- Assignment of final thesis papers
- Cooperation in teaching and research
- Collect practical experience
- Try out future work fields
- Accept final thesis papers
- Take on activities as working students
- Opportunity for entry-level offers after the program
The Frankfurt UAS profits
- Connection to the businesses
- Communication with the businesses
- Cooperation in teaching and research
A dual Bachelor program at the Frankfurt UAS combines the teaching of theoretical knowledge and skills at the university with application and internalization during internship phases with the cooperating businesses. The significance of the dual profile lies in exactly this combination, which allows students to connect their academic program with their professional qualification and thus generate efficiency increases for both.
- Public Administration
there is a possibility to cooperate with us and bring suitable students together with our existing dual Bachelor programs:
As partner for a dual program, the cooperating business works together with us while fusing theory and practice over the duration of a three-year Bachelor program. In each semester, a theoretical phase at the Frankfurt UAS alternates with an internship phase at the cooperation partner of their choice, which they will conclude with a internship or project report, in some cases with presentation.
Internship and project reports are guided and evaluated by the respective institution or a business.
90 % of the dual students of the Frankfurt UAS sign an employment contract with the businesses immediately after receiving their degree. This does away with extended onboarding periods for the companies and cost-intensive trainee programs for the recruiting phases.
- Application and internalization of technical know-how
- Getting to know processes and structures of businesses
- Optimal preparation for later professional work
- Self-reliant acceptance of responsibilities and projects
- Sharpening own interest in certain work areas
- Targeted preparation for managing tasks and challenges in different business areas
Mentoring a final thesis paper brings lots of benefits: You get in contact with young people, are able to pass on your know-how and experiences, and have lots of possibilities to look beyond your own subject-related horizon. In all areas of the business and law programs, we are always looking for new mentors with current topics from the practical world who are willing to discover new topics from the practical world. What do we need from you? CV, information about your specialization and your current work, and (optionally) on what topic you would like to mentor.
Workshops of businesses with students – because direct contact creates connections
In workshops, we ensure that businesses and students get to know each other and communicate – and in many cases end up in a professional relationship.
With the "internship workshop," cooperating businesses address the Bachelor students of our faculties who are about to begin their internship semester.
Here, the companies have the opportunity to recruit students for a internship semester.
Business representatives give the students insights into the business and the internship positions to be assigned are described in detail. The business, for instance, lets the students develop a case study (practical case) and can observe potential interns, get to know them better, and recruit them specifically.
The "internship workshop" is usually a one-day event that takes place in the facilities of Frankfurt UAS.
In "a business introduces itself workshop," cooperating businesses address all interested Bachelor, Master or MBA students in the Faculty Business and Law.
An outstanding platform for businesses to assign Bachelor and Master final theses or get to know and recruit future employees from all the programs.
The businesses have the opportunity to present their benefit portfolio, their mission, and their company culture. The business for instance lets the students develop a case study (practical case) and can observe potential employees, get to know them better, and recruit them specifically.
The "a business introduces itself workshop" is usually a one-day event that takes place in the facilities of Frankfurt UAS.
In "topic workshops," cooperating businesses address all interested Bachelor, Master or MBA students of the Faculty Business and Law.
An outstanding platform for businesses to get to know and recruit future employees from all the programs.
The workshop covers a special topic concerning the business during an intense discussion with at most 15 participating students. Situations and problem cases are discussed in a solution-oriented manner.
"Topic workshops"are usually one-day events that take place in the facilities of Frankfurt UAS.
Mentoring a project paper brings many benefits: You get in contact with young people, are able to pass on your know-how and experiences, and have lots of possibilities to look beyond your own subject-related horizon. In all areas of the business and law programs, we are always looking for new mentors from the professional world for project papers with and without research character. What do we need from you? CV, information about your specialization and your current work, and (optionally) information on the topic you would like to mentor and/or what project papers / research you would like to place for students in our institution.
Topics from the practical world are always reorganized, adjusted, and sometimes removed in teaching and during the development of the curricula. We are open to people who would like to cooperate spontaneously or even in one of our commissions (e.g. Practical Advisory Board) and technical groups. What do we need from you? CV, information about your specialization and your current work, and (optionally) information on the topic you would like to contribute.
Far away from the bustle, offices, or student life, fire-place evenings promote the personal communication and contact of our students with personalities from the profession. Fire-place evenings are performed exclusively with Master students and offer an outstanding platform to get to know potential employees.
At the moment, we accept job ads for working students / temps only in print form. They are placed free of charge in a display case made specifically for this purpose.
Would you like to present yourself as a business to all students from the Frankfurt and Rhine-Main metropolitan area? If you have offers for internships, side-jobs, final thesis papers, trainee positions, and full-time positions for students from all regional universities, the University Fair "meet@frankfurt-university" will provide you with the optimal conditions to get the word out.
Bernd Müller-Dauppert, member of the Executive Board, Miebach Consulting GmbH in Frankfurt am Main
"For five years now, there has been an intensive working relationship between the Frankfurt University of Applied Sciences and our company, Miebach Consulting. We are a consulting business specialized in logistics and supply-chain management that has headquarters in Frankfurt am Main and offices in another 24 offices around the world. As a consulting business, the collaboration with competent research partners and the recruiting of university graduates with an outstanding education is extremely important to us. The Frankfurt University of Applied Sciences has greatly helped us with this. The opportunity of getting to know potential consultants intensively during a five-month internship semester is very interesting to us and it also offers the students exciting insights into the project work of a logistics consultant. Another very helpful aspect for the selection of suitable candidates is the possibility to have direct contacts with the students as adjunct lecturer in order to awaken or reinforce their interest in logistics. Student days such as the Logistics and Mobility Congress, which we like to support with company stands, round out this collaboration. This creates a perfect way to interconnect theory and practice."
Feel free to contact us if you are interested in collaborating with us. We are always ready to listen – and are open to new ideas for the cooperation.