1. Online Application
The first step of our application process is to complete the online application form. We strongly recommend you apply as early as possible, however no later than May 31st if you would like to be guaranteed a spot in our Bachelor of Science programmes. You are required to provide us with all necessary documents and successfully complete our application process.
Applications after May 31st will still be considered, however places will be assigned depending on availability and academic merit.
You will need to upload the following supporting documents:
- Recognised secondary school diploma* (Abitur, IB Diploma, High School Diploma, European Baccalaureate, etc.)
- Letter of motivation (maximum 500 words): Please note that we do not accept general motivation letters. Please check our application portal and respond to the given question.
- CV (resume)
- A copy of your passport or ID card
- Other documents if applicable (references/letter of recommendation, extracurricular activities, certificates, awards, etc.)
Start your online application here!
*Please be aware that specific requirements have been set by the German Ministry of Education for certain international high school diplomas. Some of these can be found below:
If you are attending a high school which offers a different diploma to the above, please check the DAAD website for the exact requirements. The requirements are subject to change and we edeavour to provide up-to-date information. However, due to delays in receiving information, we cannot guarantee to always have the latest information available.
2. Assessment Centre
If your application is successful, you will be invited to one of our Assessment Centres. This may be waived if you can provide one of the following test results: SAT, ACT or TestAS (core test and Economics module).
We arrange multiple Assessment Centres each year for your convenience. These take place on our campus and consist of an interview, an English test, an analytical test and a mathematical test. The Assessment Centre is free of charge.
If you are not able to attend an Assessment Centre here in Frankfurt, it may be possible to organise one to take place in your own country. Please select this option when filling out the online application form and we will try our best to make it happen.
To get an idea of the types of questions you might encounter in the analytic test we have provided a few example exercises.
German-speaking Assessment Centre dates
English-speaking Assessment Centre dates
The final decision regarding admission to our BSc programmes will be based on a combination of the candidate’s school grades, English language abilities and performance at the assessment centre.
We also take into account other significant experiences, commitments or awards such as internships, international experiences and volunteer projects.
4. Programme Start
The programme starts at the beginning of September. All students are expected to be at Frankfurt School on this day. A week before the classes start there will be an introduction week where you will have the chance to meet your future coursemates.
For non-EU applicants who require a visa to enter Germany, please bear in mind that it can take up to two or three months to obtain the necessary visa. If you have any questions about your visa please contact our international office.