Welcome to the Student Representation of the University of Passau. We represent your concerns to the university. Are there too few bicycle parking spaces, opening hours in the sports center too short or problems with accessibility? Or difficulties with a lecturer, do you want to implement a special project or do you feel your rights as a student assistant are being ignored? We will stand up for you! Contact us with your concerns.
The central bodies of student representation are the Student Parliament (StuPa), the General Students' Committee (AStA) and the student councils of the five faculties. There are also two student senators who sit on university management committees and representatives who support the StuPa in its work. The members of the StuPa as well as the senators are elected to office for one year in the university elections (July of each year).
The AStA (Student Representatives' Council) is the executive body of the student representation and thus the external representation of the student body.
The five student bodies of the faculties represent the interests of students in the respective faculties and provide information about relevant developments in the faculties.
The commissioners of the Student Parliament (Stupa) work with the Stupa by managing thematic departments. There are also delegates who represent the Stupa in various university committees.
The Student Parliament (StuPa) is the legislative body of the student representatives. With the help of passed motions, the interests of the students can be represented to the university and third parties.
The two directly elected student senators represent your interests at the highest committee level.
The university elections take place once a year. You can elect the students you trust to the student council and thus determine the future direction. Further information can be found here.
Information and forms from the Finance Division for student representatives, such as the Authorisation to Confirm Bills and Receipts Form, forms for events and others can be found on the Finance and Budget page (German).