Professor Jan Hendrik Schumann
Dean of the School of Business, Economics and Information Systems
Expand your knowledge and help shape our research!"
"We welcome you to the School of Business, Economics and Information Systems at the University of Passau. Our goal is to share and promote knowledge about business administration through an international dialogue between academics, students and companies. Therefore, we offer academic research and study programs of high quality. The modern campus, which is integrated into the historic city of Passau, enables close and interdisciplinary cooperation between the faculties, thus enriching the search for new ideas and academic projects."
Professor Suleika Bort
Representative for International Affairs
Strengthen your scientific skills with us!"
"International cooperation and interdisciplinarity make it possible to shape the future in a more sustainable way. That is why the University of Passau has around 250 partnerships all over the world. Strengthen your skills and generate research and exchange on an international level with us!"
In episode 41 of the How-to-WIWI podcast everything revolves around the topic "International" at the School of Business, Economics and Information Systems. Luise Haack and Stefanie Dallmeier from the Department of International Affairs and Student Services as well as Professor Suleika Bort (Representative for International Affairs) answer all questions about "How to study internationally at the University of Passau".
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Studying abroad at the School of Business, Economics and Information Systems at the University of Passau is a unique experience that allows you to broaden your own horizons.
The study offer is complemented by individual support on the part of the University of Passau.
You can find all information on the pages for exchange students.
The Language Center, in cooperation with the International Office, offers foreign students various German courses, the German Courses Passau, which are taken before the start of their studies. You can choose from summer courses, the Academic German Semester, German Courses on demand, and the Academic German Year.
At the Language Center, you can also gain skills in several foreign languages. For example, language courses are offered for subject-specific foreign language training (FFA) for economists, in which you will deal intensively with subject-specific content.