Exchange Students Business School
Each year EBS Business School welcomes more than 350 exchange students from our more than 250 partner universities around the world on campus.
Founded in 1971, EBS is the oldest private business school with university status in Germany. It is located in the heart of the Rhine-Main region, in geographical terms, at the centre of Europe. This region is a hub of economic development with a population of more than 4.7 million, 320,000 companies, including 2,200 high-tech production plants, sales and services organizations.
EBS Business School is within easy reach of Wiesbaden, the capital of the state of Hesse, and Frankfurt, the financial metropolis of continental Europe with more than 430 national and international financial institutions including the European Central Bank.
The first people with whom exchange and guest students have contact with are the members of the International Programmes Team.
If you wish to broaden your educational experience by spending one or two semesters studying abroad, then we can accommodate you at EBS. We have a rich curriculum and a wide range of courses which are appropriate for either a one semester or two semester stay. In addition we offer to all students from our partner universities a German language course free of tuition charges two weeks before the official start of the semester .
You may decide that you would like a degree, not only from your own country, but also from a German university. We can offer you the option of studying at EBS for one year (Master) or 3 semesters (Bachelor) to gain a double degree, provided that there is an agreement to do so between EBS and your home institution.
The Office of International Programmes will make every effort to ensure that you have everything you need to prepare you for your studies at EBS.
It is important that you, as an exchange student, are made to feel at home; at EBS. We achieve this in the following way:
- the International Programmes Team is always at hand to deal with any administrative queries or concerns and to help with general needs eg, housing
- allocation of a student buddy (fellow students from EBS) who can support you on a day-to-day basis.