The ISM Campus in Frankfurt / Main can be found in the lively district of Sachsenhausen, next to the South Railway Station (Südbahnhof) and only two stations from the city center.
The campus was founded in 2007 and is home to about 320 Bachelor students currently preparing for future management careers. The Master’s programs International Transport & Logistics and International Management are also offered here. The personal atmosphere of the ISM is immediately apparent on the Sachsenhausen campus. ISM students know each other from small study groups, from ISM student working groups or from socializing at ISM parties. The Frankfurt Campus is located in the Renaissance-Hause, a 3,600 square meter stucco and natural stone building full of art with state-of-the-art teaching facilities, a large library and a rooftop terrace that offers an amazing view of the Frankfurt skyline. Students meet in the neighboring cafés during lunch breaks and between lectures. Frankfurt has a lot to offer in terms of internships and business projects. In addition to financial institutions such as the European Central Bank and the Frankfurt Stock Exchange, many big corporations such as Nestlé and Ferrero have their German headquarters here. PriceWaterhouseCoopers and KPMG as well as the international advertising agency Publicis and the tourism company Thomas Cook are also located in and around the city. Excursions to the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung (FAZ) and major trade fairs are an integral part of campus life.
Whereas business projects and workshops are offered on the Frankfurt Campus, larger events such as Alex Day or the ISM Symposium take place at the ISM Campus Dortmund.