“Searching and erring is also good, for by searching and erring one learns.” So said Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, one of the most famous sons of the city of Frankfurt am Main. Carl Remigius Fresenius, founding father of the Fresenius University of Applied Sciences, was also born here.
International flair, big-city atmosphere and village character lie close together in Frankfurt – this gives the Main metropolis a unique ambience. Living, working and studying in Frankfurt an Main attracts many people.
The Frankfurt/Rhine-Main metropolitan region is flourishing. During and after your studies in Frankfurt am Main, you will find a wealth of interesting jobs in a variety of industries: for example, in the healthcare sector, in the lively media landscape, or in the banking and real estate scene.
The Fresenius University of Applied Sciences is represented at various locations in Frankfurt an Main. In Niederrad, the Department of Health & Social Services awaits you at the campus in Marienburgstraße. Social work, therapy and psychology are taught there.
In the House of Logistics and Mobility (HOLM), with its ultra-modern architecture and the international charm of the airport environment, various research projects are currently being carried out on the topics of mobility as well as energy management and electromobility.
Thanks to the good infrastructure, our locations for studying in Frankfurt am Main are easily accessible for everyone.
Campus Gateway Gardens
Bessie-Coleman-Straße 7 | House of Logistics & Mobility (HOLM)
Fachbereich Gesundheit & Soziales