Student Advisory Service


As in-person contact is not possible due to the Corona outbreak, student counselling for master's students and applicants is available only through e-mail (master[at]wiwi.uni-frankfurt[dot]de) and by phone (Mondays and Fridays from 1 pm - 3 pm at +49 (0)69 798 34691).

Phone-in consultation hours on Friday May 29 need to be cancelled. Monday June 1 is a holiday.

Office Hours

You can consult the Student Advisory Service in person or via phone. During office hours, no appointment is necessary. Just visit or call us. Drop-in office hours take place in our advisory office in room 1.251.

You can find the opening hours in the table below:


DayDrop-InBy Phone
Monday1 - 3 p.m.
Thursday2 - 4 p.m.
Friday1 - 3 p.m.


You can also book additional appointments through our online tool.

Consultation hours on Thursday, March 05 2020, and on Friday, March 06 2020, have to be cancelled.


Mr. Christoph Bestian Fiolic
RuW-building (Campus Westend)
Room 1.251
Phone: +49 (0) 69 798-34691

Application for Master's Programs

You are interested in a master's program of the Faculty of Economics and Business Administration? You can find an overview of our master's programs here. You can find further information on the program and the admission process on the website of the respective program. Please carefully read the FAQ section of each program.

If you need advice in choosing the right program, please contact the SSIX Info Center:

Room 1.203, RuW Gebäude, Campus Westend
tel.: +49 (0)69 798-7749

For more information please join our Online Info Session or the  Master and Ph.D. Info Session.

Further Services

Apart from the faculty's student counsellor, other institutions provide specialized counselling:

The Examination Office offers special office hours for master's students. Please find further information on their office ours on the Examination Office website.

The International Office offers services to international students and applicants concerning organization and application modalities of various programs as well as inquiries regarding health insurance, visa and public authorities.

The Studentenwerk is responsible for running cafeterias, food courts, and dormitories. Furthermore, they support students in social and financial affairs, for example by offering psychosocial counselling or student loans.