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Frankfurt School of Finance & Management ×

Accreditation
AACSB, EQUIS, AMBA
Location
Frankfurt, Germany
Format
Executive
Accreditation
AACSB, EQUIS, AMBA
Location
Frankfurt, Germany
Format
Executive

Current program rank (FT)

83

Tuition fees

€ 47,500

Length (months)

18

Program name

Executive MBA

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Business school information

Frankfurt School of Finance & Management is a private, non-profit business school in Frankfurt, Germany. The Frankfurt School of Finance & Management was founded 1957 as Bank Academy, initially as a training institute for the employees of German banks.

Program description

The EMBA at Frankfurt School is designed for experienced business professionals who are looking for a relevant international network across industries and countries, aiming to deepen their management expertise and boost their leadership skills. Benefit from a compact time model that is respectful of busy agendas, minimises time away from the office and allows a balanced education with professional and personal commitments.

We are committed to empowering bold thinkers and inquisitive minds to challenge, innovate, and create a lasting impact in the world.

Size of the class:
40
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Admission requirements

Age (Max):

48

Experience (Min/Avg):

7/14

Managerial Experience
(Avg):

8

Other:

* First academic degree or equivalent

* Proficiency in English

* MBA Admission Test

* Interview

Ranking

Current rank:

83

(Financial Times)

49

(The Economist)

3 year average rank:

80

(Financial Times)

Diversity

Male/Female students:

73% / 27%

International students:

73%

Number of nationalities represented:

19

Female faculty:

17%

International faculty:

30%

Women on board:

20%

International board:

30%

Financial Times: International course experience rank:

83

Alumni today:
by Financial Times ©

Alumni salary today:

$ 169,528

Salary increase:

49%

Career progress rank:

86

Alumni aims achieved:

78%

Pre-MBA industry:

Career progress:

Faculty quality:

46.00

Student quality:

56.00

Development experience:

57.00

Student rating of faculty:

4.60

Student rating of alumni effectiveness:

3.90

Student rating of culture and classmates:

4.50

Faculty:

Full-time faculty with PhD:

100%

Annual intake:

49

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