frankfurt school of finance and mgmt

hello guys,

does anyone have any idea about the reputation and employment outcome of the masters in finance program at frankfurt scool of finance and management?is it considered on par with WHU,Goethe in germany?

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Jul 10, 2014 - 2:13pm

Short answer: no.
Long answer: no, but it depends.
Germany has great public schools (Mannheim, LMU Munich, Muenster, Cologne and Goethe being the cream of the crop) and good private schools (WHU; HHL) two second tier private schools ( frankfurt and EBS) and a lot of very very very bad private schools. I guess frankfurt school does okay in finance but you probably will have a tough time getting any consulting gigs out of their programms...
With WHU, if you decide to go private, you get better finance recruiting but also better recruiting for consulting and corporate gigs...
That all being as it is, most german companies will not care where you graduated.

As far as europe goes, frankfurts programms are way behind LSE; HEC ; ST GALLEN; Bocconi etc....

Jul 10, 2014 - 2:14pm

Msc finance frankfurt school finance & management (Originally Posted: 03/08/2013)

Applying to program this week

  1. 3.2 gpa too 50 us undergrad
  2. Full year of work experience in Germany with US department of defense
  3. Semi fluent in German
  4. 312 gre score (157 quant) (317 with writing included)

Do I have a chance of getting in?

Thanks guys

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Jul 10, 2014 - 2:23pm

it's a decent school if you want to work in frankfurt and german speaking countries.


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