This is the accessibility standards compliant alternative version of the virtual campus tour.
If you are not affected by a disability, we recommend you visit the original instead. The 360-degree tour is more immersive and includes the full high resolution images. Visit the University of Passau 360-degree campus tour.
Facing the Juridicum - the home of the Faculty of Law - the building seems cut in half by its glass atrium. To the left, there is the library with its panoramic windows (and external window blinds). To the right, you can find mostly lecture theatres.
Inside the building, the atrium features art on its biggest wall. It certainly catches the attention: some people have been known to confuse it for graffiti.
Outside the Juridicum, another public artwork sits in the middle of a grassy patch between paths. The nugget-like steel sculpture by Hermann Kleinknecht is called "Polyeder-Kopf" (polyeder head) and weighs 2.8 tonnes.
In the background, there is the the footpath to the Audimax (and the art buildings on the left).
In front of the FIM Building, bikes are parked at one of the many bicycle racks.
To the South of the Juridicum, the footpaths criss-cross between trees. A sun dial using a street lamp's shadow to tell the time is surrounded by bushes and benches.
Despite its size, the ITZ Building is hidden behind greenery.
The Faculty is renowned for its excellent law programmes and its great results in league tables.
Students can choose from 30 specialisations. Our programmes offer many international opportunities. Students can attain double degrees and take law-specific language courses.
Visit the Faculty of Law website for more information.