University of Passau • Passau, Germany
It is a public research university located in Passau, Lower Bavaria, the University of Passau was founded in 1973 with its roots, the Institute for Catholic Studies date back hundred years ago. It is known for its most modern campus and it is the youngest university in Bavaria.
The University of Passau offers interdisciplinary courses, with many offices in city center and faculties situated in a single campus which is an advantage for internal communication of the students and staff. The campus is beside the left bank of Inn river which is a blissful place to study including their gardens and meadows being a great place to stay in summer.
University of Passau has a wide range of courses to offer. Sports courses are offered from the beginning to the end of semester and free to students and staff. They have numerous facilities including four gymnasium, football pitch and athletic field with race track.
The university is well known for their international orientation and atmosphere with 200 foreign university partnerships worldwide. To name a few of the partner universities, these includes the:
• King’s College and University of Stirling in UK
• Autonomous University of Barcelona and Madrid in Spain
• Lund University in Sweden
• Universidad del Salvador in Argentina
• University of Santiago in Chile
• Kyoto Sangyo University in Japan
• Zhejiang University and Beijing Foreign Studies University in China
• Thammasat University and University Chiang Mai in Thailand
If you are a freshman students in Passau, there is a nice welcoming tradition with their typical Bavarian foods; Leberkase, a Bavarian Pretzels and then a guided tours inside the university, libraries, the city and especially the bars and clubs.
For more information for admission and enrollment requirements, please check out their website or their social media network.