This service is specifically targeted at international students – which is what the 'iStudi' stands for – and helps you with all your questions regarding studies, career orientation and everyday life in Passau. The iStudi-Pass programme helps you to prepare for entering the job market in Passau and Germany.
The following tables were translated for your convenience on 22 September 2023. However, please visit the original information on the library website (see above) to get the most up-to-date details.
|Nikolakloster (NK) library tour
Please register via the anny booking service
|The NK library predominantly serves the Faculty of Humanities and Cultural Studies and the Faculty of Social and Educational Sciences.
|WIWI Building library tour
The tours are part of the orientation week in the School of Business, Economics and Information Systems. Please contact the faculty's student committee to register for the tour:
|FIM building library tour
The tours are part of the orientation week in the Faculty of Computer Science and Mathematics. For more information, please check the FIM orientation week web pages.
If you want to attend language classes in English, French, Spanish, Portuguese, Russian, Italian or German, and if you already have prior knowledge of that language, then you have to take part in the C-Test (online placement tests) for your chosen language. The test result determines the level of study you will be signed up for. Aside from English, all of the languages are available at beginners' levels in Passau.
If you want to start afresh with a language you should simply choose level ‘Grundstufe 1’ (Foundation 1); in that case you do not need to sit a C-Test.
You can find all information about Future: Careers and Competencies (ZKK) and its seminars, IT courses, career orientation events and the online careers portal on the ZKK’s website.
The Student Representatives' Council represents your interests both internally and externally - regardless of whether you are dealing with the university administration, the city or the State Ministry.
Whether you have a problem with your studies, BAföG or anything else - the Student Representatives' Council is your first point of contact. We also organise events to make your student life interesting and varied!