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President's welcome reception for international students and guests on 12 October

The University welcomes its international students and guests with a reception in the refectory. The German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) award for exceptional achievements of international students at German universities will...

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Winter semester 2017-18 starts with 12,581 students

On 16 October, 12,581 students will be attending lectures at the University of Passau. Student numbers have grown across the board, in the bachelor's and master's programmes as well as the long-cycle teacher education programmes,...

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Passau researchers publish paper on Mario Draghi's unconventional monetary policy in the Quarterly Review of Economics and Finance

What are the effects of Draghi's unconventional monetary policy on sovereign bonds in the Eurozone? What are the consequences for investors and what do they need to consider in the future? Professor Niklas Wagner and Dr Harald...

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The Cyber<>Spaces Research Cluster: blurring the boundaries between our offline and online worlds

Excellence Strategy of the German federal and state governments: no full application for Passau

On 29 September, the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG, German Research Foundation) announced the decision of the international panel of experts on the draft proposals submitted in the Cluster of Excellence funding line of the...

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Pictured (front row): Consul General Peter Vermeij and University President Carola Jungwirth. In the back row (from left to right): Prof. Michael Grimm, Prof. Oliver Amft, Vice President Ursula Reutner, Barbara Zacharias (Head of the International Office and Student Services Division), Prof. Christoph Herrmann and Prof. Björn Schuller. Photo: University of Passau

Consul-General of the Netherlands visited the University of Passau

The Dutch Consul General, Peter Vermeij, visited the University of Passau to inform himself of the Dutch-German activities of the University.

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