We are delighted that you are considering studying law at the University of Passau.
The faculty offers courses and qualifications tailored to the needs of international students, such as the LL.M. German Law for foreign graduates and the Certificate in Principles of German Law. Please click the link below to find out about all programmes available to international students.
How do I apply for a programme? What level of German proficiency do I need? How do I apply for a visa or residence permit? How do I go about finding accommodation in Passau? The International Office has the answers to these and many other questions, and offers practical help with formalities and what you need to know about living and studying in Passau.
Whether you are planning to study a full degree programme at the University of Passau or are joining us for a semester or two through an exchange programme (e.g. ERASMUS, DAAD or a bilateral university exchange), we will help you with the application and matriculation requirements for international applicants.
The Law Faculty's international office is your primary contact if you have any questions on the international aspects of your law studies. It coordinates the exchange programmes (e.g. ERASMUS) for German and international students and is the primary contact for international undergraduate students with or without the certificate.
International Office, Faculty of Law (JUR 225) office hours: Monday-Thursday, 7.30am-12:30. Drop-in office hours: Tuesday 14.00 - 16.00. Contact: Ulrike Wassermann (Ulrike.Wassermann@uni-passau.de)
CertHE/LL.B. Common Law Programme Director and LL.M. Coordinator
Mr Andrew Otto is the Programme Director for the University of London International Programmes in Passau (the CertHE and LL.B. programmes), the Co-ordinator for the LL.M. German Law for foreign graduates programme and the Course Advisor for the foreign law specialisation.