The Frankfurt School has a network of approximately 100 partner universities on all continents, where students can spend their semester abroad. In addition, the Frankfurt School has offices and representatives in Shanghai, Kinshasa, Nairobi, Pune, Beijing, Sao Paulo, Istanbul and Duschanbe.
The Frankfurt School’s faculty consists of 50 professors. In their research activities they address current financial and management issues. They are organised in five departments: Finance, Economics, Management, Accounting, Legal Studies & Ethics.
With certificate programmes, Executive Education, seminars, coaching and training sessions the Frankfurt School offers specialised professional education programmes. In addition, Frankfurt School offers generalistic managment programmes on issues of leadership and strategy as well as on personal development. All programmes are offered as open seminars as well as tailor-made inhouse measures for companies and organisations.
The Frankfurt School International Advisory department consists of experts who manage consulting and training projects on development finance in developing countries all over the world. Essential project topics are microfinance, renewable energy finance, rural finance and housing finance. The Frankfurt School – UNEP Collaborating Centre for Climate & Sustainable Energy Finance forms also part of International Advisory Services.
The Frankfurt School’s affiliate company ConCap (Connective Capital GmbH) specialises in fund management and advisory within development finance. The Frankfurt School’s publishing house, Frankfurt School Verlag, and efiport, a specialist business for e-learning are further affiliate companies of the Frankfurt School. For further information, please visit www.frankfurt-school.de