At the University of Passau, we design our degree programmes to be innovative and future-oriented. In addition to traditional programmes, we continually work to add new, interdisciplinary degrees, so the University of Passau has become one of the leaders in higher education innovation in Germany. In Passau, you are sure to find a course that suits you.
At the cutting edge
One of our newest degree programmes is the LL.B. Legal Tech, which equips you brilliantly for your future. Our students become experts in developing and managing digital legal advice services. It's the ideal programme for anyone who is fascinated by legal matters and modern technology.
At the same time, we launched the B.Sc. Digital Transformation in Business and Society. If you would like to develop a broad understanding of business and management, along with the technological know-how needed to help enterprises with their digital transformations and their development of new business models, then this degree programme is just the thing to help you take on that key role for your future employers.
One of our most successful, now firmly established innovations is the B.A. International Cultural and Business Studies, which combines languages, cultural and business studies. This programme won an award of the Stifterverband für die Deutsche Wissenschaft association (donors' association for the promotion of education and science in Germany). Other programmes which have become well-established include the degrees in European Studies, Governance and Public Policy and Internet Computing. Future media professionals can study journalism and strategic communication in Passau, acquiring and enhancing their practical skills in our state-of-the-art media studios and labs.
What all programmes offered at Passau have in common is that they are designed to be interdisciplinary. One example: Internet Computing is a programme administered by the Faculty of Computer Science and Mathematics, but despite this, it includes modules on internet law and business administration.
Regardless of which degree programme you are enrolled in, you can always study languages and/or complete part of your studies at a university abroad.