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Business Computing, Department

Fachbereich Wirtschaft at the Frankfurt School (priv.)

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Basic information

Total number of students 160 *
Number of master degree students 50
Percentage of teaching by practitioners 30.0 %
Percentage of teaching by practitioners, master's 30.0 %

Support during the study entry phase

Total score for support in the study entry phase 9/12 points

Results of study

Graduations in appropriate time, undergraduate degrees 100.0 % *
Graduations in appropriate time, master's no graduates yet

International orientation

International orientation, bachelor's 8/13 points
International orientation, master's 9/13 points
Outgoing students 7.0 %

Job market- and career-orientation

Contact with work environment, bachelor's 10/12 points
Contact with work environment, master's 6/12 points
Bachelor theses in cooperation with work environment 75.6 %
Master theses in cooperation with work environment no data
Share of professors with work experience 14.0 %


Publications per professor not ranked, <3 business informatics professors at the department
Doctorates per professor

Students' assessments on undergraduate, presence-learning-courses

Teacher support
Support in studies
Courses offered 1.7
Study organisation 1.3
Exams 2.3
Research orientation
Job market preparation 1.5
Support for stays abroad 2.0
Overall study situation 1.6

Students' assessments on consecutive master's degree courses

Teacher support no survey
Support in studies no survey
Courses offered no survey
Study organisation no survey
Transition to Master's studies no survey
Research orientation no survey
Support for stays abroad no survey
Overall study situation no survey

Degree courses without details

Further degree courses of the department
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Further information provided by the department

  • Special features regarding teaching
    The Frankfurt School's Business Informatics is characterised by an interactive approach in small groups. All courses have a maximum of 60 participants. Lecturers are either professors at the Frankfurt School or proven industry experts. The Frankfurt School attaches great importance to the didactic skills of their lecturers and involves students in the course evaluation. All lecturers must regularly provide evidence that their research and/or practical experience in the subject area is up to date.
  • Special features regarding the international orientation
    As an integral part of the course, all Bachelor of Science students must complete at least one semester abroad. Students of the Bachelor of Arts and the Pre-Experience Master's programmes can choose to study abroad. The Frankfurt School welcomes a growing number of international guest students and guest lecturers every year. Designated study programmes are taught entirely in English.
  • Exchange universities for stay abroads
    Bocconi, Italien; IE Madrid, Spanien; Stockholm School of Economics, Schweden; London Business School, UK; NTU, Singapore; Bond University, Australia; Universidad Adolfo Ibanez, Chile; Stellenbosch Business School, South Africa; HEC Montreal, Canada; ESSEC, France.
  • Special features regarding the equipment
    The Frankfurt School boasts a new, modern campus. All teaching rooms have modern IT equipment and modern seminar-room technology. WiFi is available throughout the campus. Students can communicate via the university's online campus and access a variety of databases such as CRSP, Compustat, Amadeus and Datastream (via the WRDS system). A financial lab with Reuters and Bloomberg terminals, an AI lab and laptops with specially adapted software for IT modules in Business Informatics are available.
  • Special features regarding research activities
    The Frankfurt School is characterised by leading international research in the areas of Finance and Management. Thanks to the international and varied nature of its faculty, the Frankfurt School covers a broad spectrum of research topics. New research approaches are specifically promoted by young scientists in the fields of Accounting, Finance and Management.
  • Support for founders
    The Frankfurt School supports its students in a variety of ways in connection with start-ups: Financial support is available, for instance, through the "Frankfurt start-up fund"; the student council provides office space; there is a link to the "incubator machine"; courses in innovation management and entrepreneurship; and a huge variety of consulting services offered by the faculty.
  • Other special features
    The study contents at the Frankfurt School are state-of-the-art but also have a high relevance to current practice. Through the network of partner universities abroad, the Frankfurt School offers its students a variety of international perspectives. Due to innovative time models, most degree courses can be combined with a profession. Designated degree course study programs are taught entirely in English and the integrated exchange study opportunities promote internationality at the various locations.
  • Further information on research activities
  • Further information about study entry phase
  • Information on access restrictions
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Last update 2020: Data collected by the CHE Center for Higher Education.
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