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Study

Study

Students from Germany and abroad appreciate the friendly atmosphere and extensive support for students at the University of Passau. On our campus, everything is within walking distance. You will study in bright, friendly seminar rooms, lecture theatres equipped with the latest technology and find enough computer workstations for everyone. With Wi-Fi access throughout the campus and a well-stocked library that is open until midnight, there is plenty of opportunity for personal study. And of course, there are lots of student societies and sports clubs to get involved in.

Webinar for prospective students

Attend our upcoming webinar on 29 June: the undergraduate Law programme and additional study options

Studying in Passau

Study options

Reading this section of the website will give you important information on your study options at the University of Passau and allow you to find out about the special requirements of your potential degree courses. [more]

Before you start

Are my marks good enough to start on a degree course? What documents do I have to hand in? I have German qualifications – do I need to apply or can I simply register online? We will help you sort out the formalities.
There are also opportunities to try out studying before you apply or enrol. Test the waters by trying out studying. [more]

Getting organised

Do you have questions about Stud.IP, HISQIS or student loans, or do you need information on internships and study abroad programmes? We're happy to help. And we're also here to help you sort out organisational procedures, such as re-registration, leave of absence and de-registration. [more]

After you graduate

Sooner or later, you will come to the end of your first degree course. You have completed your final examinations; now you have a big choice to make: Do you leave university and start your career? Or do you follow up with a Master's degree? [more]

Campus and culture

Your life as a student would be a very poor one if all you did was attend lectures and revise in the library; this is a time where you should broaden your horizons and try new things: luckily, there are plenty of extracurricular events you can take part in and clubs for you to join. [more]

Student services and advice

Advice, help and support are available for all your needs while you're a student here. Even if you're dealing with one of those difficult situations that present you with unexpected challenges. [more]