The programme co-ordinators of the Faculty of Arts and Humanities liaise with prospective and current students, teaching staff and the administrative units of both the faculty and the university. They provide a comprehensive range of advisory and other services for students enrolled in the larger degree programmes of the faculty.
At the Bachelor's level:
International Cultural and Business Studies (B.A.)
European Studies (B.A.) and European Studies Major (B.A.)
Governance and Public Policy (B.A.)
Media and Communication (B.A.)
Language and Text Sciences (B.A.)
At the Master's level:
If you have any questions about the Bachelor's and Master's programmes of the Faculty of Arts and Humanities, please contact the relevant programme adviser. For questions about the Teacher Education Programmes, the Teacher Education Centre (ZLF) is the correct contact.
- Give programme advice
- Provide structured assistance with planning your study abroad
- Prepare and carry out recognition of assessments completed elsewhere
- Draw up BAföG reports
- Carry out recognition of internships or project work
Support the faculty in the re-accreditation of its degree programmes.
Dr Christian Dölle
Dr Christian Dölle studied the diploma degree programme International Cultural and Business Studies at the University of Passau on a scholarship from the Foundation of German Business (Stiftung der Deutschen Wirtschaft), specialising in Anglo-American literary and cultural studies and in political science. During his studies, he studied and worked abroad, including at the University of Edinburgh and the Goethe Institute in Washington, D.C. His degree dissertation, written in 2003, examined the influence of Puritanism on the political culture of the United States. From 2006 to 2011, Christian Dölle worked as lecturer at the Chair of Political Science of Professor Winand Gellner, additionally holding the position of Assistant of the Directorate of the faculty's Department of Governance and Historical Studies from 2010–11. In autumn 2008, Christian Dölle held a Fulbright scholarship for the American Studies Institute at San Francisco State University. In May 2011, Mr Dölle was awarded his doctorate in political science at the University of Passau. In his thesis, he compared the political cultures of Germany, the United Kingdom and the United States, whereupon he worked, until September 2014, as assistant professor, programme adviser and co-ordinator of the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) scholarship programme Public Policy and Good Governance for master students from newly industrialising and developing countries at the Chair of Political Science at the University of Passau. Moreover, Dr Dölle served as representative of the academic and artistic staff in several appointment committees as well as in the faculty board of the Faculty of Arts and Humanities and as advisory member of the unversity council.
- Development Studies (M.A.)
- International Cultural and Business Studies (B.A./M.A.)
- Media and Communication (B.A./M.A.)
Dorothea Will trained as a secondary-school teacher for English and German and completed the B.A. International Cultural and Business Studies programme at the Universities of Passau and Stirling (UK), specialising in the Anglo-American cultural area. This was followed by a one-year master's programme at the University of Oxford on the English literature from 1780 to 1900, for which she was granted a postgraduate scholarship from the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD). From 2010 to 2016, Dorothea Will worked for the Chair of English Literature and Culture (Professor Jürgen Kamm) as a graduate teaching assistant. During this time, she not only taught a highly varied spectrum of subjects related to English literary, cultural and media studies but also supported Professor Kamm in the development and supervision of the bachelor's and master's programmes in International Cultural and Business Studies. Since 2012, Dorothea Will has worked on her doctoral thesis titled 'The Indigenisation of Laughter: British Television Comedy Exports to the US (1970-2012)'. Finally, from 2011 to 2015, she was representative and spokesperson for the academic and artistic staff on the faculty board as well as senator, and a member of the university council.
- European Studies (B.A./M.A.) and European Studies Major (B.A.)
- Governance and Public Policy (B.A./M.A.)
- Language and Text Sciences (B.A.)