Why we wanted to be on the Student Council
FS Life / 6 May, 2015
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“If you want to go fast, go alone. If you want to go far, go together!”

Great news! We are a leading Business School in Germany. We, the students, have interesting, international and diverse backgrounds and our professors are well known, committed and passionate.

We can be proud of ourselves! We are prepared for a life on the fast track.

According to the above-mentioned proverb, we would have to go alone. Let’s prove the proverb wrong. Let’s go fast and far, while having a lot of fun, too. It just makes our exciting journey so much more enjoyable.

A continuously growing number of students requires a continuously growing number of student activities, initiatives and events. There is going be a lot of work for us and a lot to enjoy for you. We’ll try to make campus life nothing less than awesome.

And here comes the fun part for you: We need your collaboration. Only together can we sustain and strengthen a group identity as Frankfurt School students. We are happy to say that this is not just a university degree. Our experience on campus constitutes an important and joyful stage of life. And we are here to make that happen!

The Student Council (StuCo) is the connecting link between you and the school and we are involved in major decisions that Frankfurt School takes. We want to be a slight breeze that accompanies student life and we want to be a hurricane when it comes to students’ concerns, events and external relationships. We look forward to represent Frankfurt School students, working with you on every project, idea, or problem you might have. The StuCo makes your ideas happen.

We have so many projects in mind already and we want to carry on our predecessors’ projects as well. They did a great job!

Look forward to a year full of fun and interesting events. Look forward to a StuCo that is always there. Look forward to another year at Frankfurt School.

If you have any questions, ideas or projects you want to discuss with us, feel free to write us at: or visit us during our office hours (Monday & Wednesday: 12.15 – 1.15pm) in the StuCo office on first floor.

See you on campus.

The speakers of the Student Council,
Wiebke Neuhaus (IBA) & Gianmarco Steinhauer (MIB)