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Entry Requirements

- First university degree (Bachelor or Diploma) of at least 180 ECTS credits, irrelevant of discipline,
- Excellent written and spoken English (TOEFL - 90 iBT, 577 ITP / IELTS 7.0 or equivalent),
- Valid GMAT / GRE score or Frankfurt School Admission Test,
- Successful admissions interview


33,000 EUR;
1st Early bird discount by 30 November: 4000 EUR
2nd Early bird discount by 31 March: 2000 EUR
Application Deadline 30 June

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Frankfurt School maintains a scholarship program for its Bachelor of Science in Business Administration geared toward highly qualified students. It consists of a reduction of the tuition fee for the entire duration of the studies. The semester(s) abroad are included in the scholarship, provided that students choose to go to one of our partner universities under a so-called exchange agreement.

Frankfurt School offers different types of scholarships. To maximize their chances, we encourage future students to apply for all scholarships for which they are eligible. Scholarships are awarded based on merit, which means that students need excellent school grades and a strong performance in the BSc admissions process.

Value of Scholarship(s)

25% to 50%


The scholarship is subject to a satisfactory academic performance. Every year the BSc Admissions and Scholarship Committee reviews the performance of the students. All scholarship holders are expected to maintain a certain average grade (between 75% and 85%) over the past two semesters.

Application Procedure

Before applying for a scholarship, future students first have to apply first for entry into the BSc program at Frankfurt School, a process with multiple steps including an online application followed by assessment tests and an interview. Once applicants have been offered a place at Frankfurt School, the BSc Admissions and Scholarship Committee will automatically review their application and invite those it believes might qualify to apply for a scholarship. These applicants will then be asked to provide additional information.

The Committee meets regularly throughout the year to review applications and award scholarships. We recommend everybody interested in a scholarship to apply early as funds may be exhausted later in the year. We accept applications up to one year in advance. It is not necessary to have the final school leaving certificate at this stage.

Under no circumstances is it possible to apply for a scholarship if a student has already begun his or her BSc studies at Frankfurt School. The decision of the Committee is final and cannot be appealed. There is no legal right to a scholarship.

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The aim of the Master scholarship programme is to provide especially talented candidates with an opportunity to study irrespective of their financial circumstances.

Frankfurt School offers scholarships to top applicants of the three pre-experience Master programmes:

Master of Finance (MSc)
Master in Management (MSc)
Master in Applied Data Science (MSc)
Scholarships cover a partial amount of tuition for the respective programme.

Selection criteria include candidates’ academic results (grade of first degree), performance in the Frankfurt School selection procedure and candidates’ personal achievements and needs (extracurricular activities, social commitment, intercultural skills, international experience and, if relevant, professional experience, internships).

Value of Scholarship(s)

Value is determined indivdually


To be considered for a scholarship, applicants have to answer the questions in the scholarship section of the online application of the respective Master programme.

Application Procedure

To be considered for a scholarship, applicants have to answer the questions in the scholarship section of the online application of the respective Master programme. Subsequent scholarship applications will not be considered. Completed applications for both pre-experience Master programmes (start date: 26 August 2019) must be submitted by 30 June 2019. Incomplete applications or applications received after this date cannot be considered for a scholarship. Frankfurt School awards the Master scholarships continuously throughout the admission process on a “first come first serve” basis. Therefore we recommend to apply as soon as possible

A scholarship committee will review the scholarship candidates once the application is completed and the applicant is admitted to the respective Master programme. The Scholarship committee’s decision is final and candidates have no legal entitlement to a scholarship.

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