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CHE-Ranking: Passau's Computer Science programme among the best in Germany

The University's M.Sc. Computer Science is one of the leading degree programmes of its kind in Germany. This is according to the latest Master's survey carried out by the German Centre for Higher Education (CHE) from October 2014 to April 2015, for which students rated specific aspects of their degree programmes. The CHE ranking is the most comprehensive and detailed of its kind in the German-speaking world. For more information see the press release of the university.

Privacy and Digitalisation: Scholarships for Doctoral Candidates

The interdisciplinary and inter-faculty DFG Research Training Group 1681/2: Privacy and Digitalisation, embedded at the Faculties of Arts and Humanities and Law of the University of Passau, invites applications for 6 doctoral...

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Library: Opening Hours on Holidays

All reading rooms except for the Computer Science & Mathematics Library reading room will remain open on Reformation Day, 31 October, and All Saints' Day, 1 November. The library will offer extended weekend loans.

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Citavi – Site License Renewed Until 2020

New license keys are being handed out for the renewed license.

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A gratifying result in the Times Higher Education Rankings

For the first time, the University of Passau took part in the Times Higher Education (THE) Rankings in 2017. The result: the University is among the best 25 percent of universities worldwide. In the comparison of 1,102 leading...

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The Central Library reading room of the University of Passau

Digital reserve collections: agreement with VG Wort in force until 28 February 2018

The Standing Conference of the Ministers of Education and Cultural Affairs of the Länder in the Federal Republic of Germany (KMK) and the VG Wort collecting agency have agreed to extend the current flat-rate payment system for...

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