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Fachhochschule Frankfurt am Main
Frankfurt, Germany


University description (as per official university website)

The study - entry into an attractive profession

The Fachhochschule Frankfurt am Main - University of Applied Sciences, with its highly qualified scientific and practical courses at the same time opens up young people to enter an attractive profession. The international focus them paves the way to the global labor market, because the college offers a wide range of languages and especially the change to semesters abroad at one of over 60 international partner universities. Moreover, already close nearly all programs with the international Bachelor's or Master.

Lifelong Learning

In addition, the FH FFM realized through their wide continuing education "lifelong learning". In in-service courses and postgraduate studies can professionals for the future requirements in their Berufsfeldqualifizieren.

Some 40 courses

The four faculties with 40 degree programs reflect the scientific profile of the university. The broad curriculum is continuously developed and added to future studies. The applied research dovetailed with the work of the teaching reality.

Theory and practice go together

Our goal is an education at the best level of quality, combined with great practical relevance and application of reference. In addition to a degree program therefore does the provision of key skills such as team skills and techniques. Similarly, all of our responsibility to society, man and the environment is reflected.

Services for Students

The university sees itself as a service for their students. In this sense, it creates the conditions for a successful study of the careful study, planning and educational knowledge to the advice and care of each individual.

888 teachers and 312 employees in the administrative / technical field

888 full-and part-provide teachers with practical experience of highly qualified scientific and applied training. With good organization, careful consultation and support to 312 employees in the administrative / technical area best framework conditions for a rapid and successful studies.

Modern facilities - wide range

Modern equipped lecture halls, laboratories and offices and the library with their current media offer support to students.

Campus Life

Last but not least, it is the campus with its offerings, which contributes to a good study atmosphere: the beautifully decorated dining hall, the cozy coffee shops, the spacious campus facility. Nationwide unique is the wide and mostly free of the sports college. The FH-theater in your own theater room has also become a focal point of campus culture.

Students from nearly 100 nations

Learning and life - the value the more than 8,000 young men and women from nearly 100 nations who are studying here at the Fachhochschule Frankfurt am Main in the future.

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