The Faculty of Business and Law offers a comprehensive blend of theory-based higher education and applied research. In addition, we strive to contribute to the increasing level of academic achievement in higher education in Germany. We help our students develop character and skills to be successful in their future endeavours. Although we have over 3,000 students in our school, we offer small class sizes to ensure our students have good contact with their professors, creating a collegial learning environment. We provide full-time, part-time, and Dual Programs at the Bachelor and Master levels. Our goal is to offer students of all talents and backgrounds opportunities to develop and advance themselves through higher education.
Advancing the education of our students is important as we continually invest in applied sciences. In addition to offering many praxis and research projects, we also supported several doctoral degrees together with our international partner institutions.
The Faculty of Business and Law has maintained solid partnerships for over thirty years with more than 1,500 companies within the RheinMain region. Whether our students are searching for an internship as part of their studies, or working on their Bachelor or Master thesis, these network provide the professional framework for them. We continually expand these networks as well as the relationships with our alumni both regionally and internationally.
The Faculty of Business and Law has a reputation for its international orientation and we provide numerous opportunities for our students abroad. Together with our international partner institutions, the Faculty of Business and Law is making continuous advancements in praxis-oriented projects and academic studies. Our location in the vivid and multicultural city of Frankfurt serves as an example of successful integration of learning and culture.
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