About Frankfurt

Frankfurt am Main is part of the Rhine-Main metropolitan region, the third largest in Germany with over 5.8 million people. Frankfurt earned the nickname Mainhattan because of its status as a major financial center with towering skyscrapers; however, Frankfurt is more than just a banking capital - it consistently ranks among the most accommodating cities in Germany.

According to The New York Times (52 Places to Go in 2014), Frankfurt is gaining worldwide attention for its variety of museums, diverse restaurants, and evolving nightlife. In addition, a lively student scene, historical sites, and plenty of recreational activities are all reasons over 700,000 people call Frankfurt home.

Frankfurt University of Applied Sciences

Frankfurt University of Applied Sciences offers practice-based study programs with high academic standards. Over 14,000 students from more than 100 countries study on this compact campus right in the middle of Frankfurt. The university offers study programs in the following fields: Architecture, Civil Engineering, and Geomatics; Computer Science and Engineering; Business and Law; Health and Social Work. Learn more about Frankfurt University of Applied Sciences!

Goethe University Frankfurt am Main

Goethe University is considered among the best international research universities. The university offers a wide variety of study programs at the bachelor, master, and doctoral level, as well as numerous research institutes. Over 43,000 students choose to study on this spacious campus in Frankfurt. Learn more about Goethe University!