Around 11,000 students from over 100 countries study and conduct research in Passau at one of the best universities in the world: scientifically sound, innovative and international.
Our aim is to be a forward-looking, internationally renowned and attractive Bavarian University for Europe that delivers a significant contribution to the solution of current and future challenges. This we will do by way of excellent research and qualifying our students for executive positions in science, business and society. Comprehensive education through science is our mission.
The University of Passau's four faculties offer 39 quality-assured degree programmes. Great learning experiences, innovative teaching methods and a strongly international outlook are the hallmarks of our academic portfolio.
- Services and advice - A list of all the sources of advice and services for students at the University of Passau.
- IT-systems - An overview page with links to the login pages of all the University's IT systems.
- Examinations Office - A list of contact persons, handily categorized according to the topics of queries.
- Campus and culture - Important information about the campus, as well as an overview of the varied offering of cultural and student-led activities.
- Scholarships - An overview of the scholarship programmes available to students.
- Going abroad - All the infos about study abroad opportunities, work experience abroad, and partner institutions.
- Information portal for current students - A collection of the most important links for enrolled students.
German universities require students to organise their own programme of studies. For example, you will have to put together your own timetable. Later, you will have to decide which exams to take in which semester, and you will have to register for those exams. How does that work? Are there instructions? Where can you go for advice? Here's what you need to get started:
- Please take part in the orientation weeks! (See above, under the heading 'Arrival, welcome and orientation') Among other things, the events programmes include workshops on study organisation.
- On the web page about your degree programme, find the 'Infoschrift' / Infosheet' document, and the 'Studien- und Prüfungsordnung' / 'Subject-specific study and examination regulations' document. These explain which modules your degree programme is comprised of, which ones you can choose, and how you should combine optional and compulsory modules to put together your programme of study. You'll find the link to your degree programme's web page on the degree programmes overview page.
- When you have basic questions about studying and organisational matters, visit the Study FAQ page. There, you'll find many useful answers.
- Don't hesitate to ask for advice! The student committees and the programme advisers are invaluable sources of university know-how.
- Questions about degree programmes and studies in general: email@example.com
- Questions about an applying for a place of study and about enrolment: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Questions about study exchanges and double degree programmes: email@example.com
- Questions about internships, work experience, and careers advice: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Questions about scholarships and internships abroad: email@example.com
Studying in Passau will prepare you well for living and working in a globalised word. You can benefit from the offerings of the Centre for Careers and Competencies and make use of its networks with regional and international companies and successful alumni.