Located in Kielce, in the east-central part of Poland, the Jan Kochanowski University is a public higher education institution that makes extraordinary contributions to society through education, research and innovations. The quality of education at the university meets the highest European standards.
Fields of study and modern degree programmes including Bachelors, Masters and PhD levels draw on the university’s tradition in the humanities and in social and natural sciences. The university provides students and graduates with the opportunity to develop skills which are applicable in various types of businesses.
The Jan Kochanowski University of Kielce comprises 6 faculties:
- Faculty of Arts
- Collegium Medicum
- Faculty of Education and Psychology
- Faculty of Humanities
- Faculty of Law and Social Sciences
- Faculty of Natural Sciences
and 2 University Branches (Campuses)
- in Piotrków Trybunalski
- in Sandomierz
The university considers internationalisation to be one of the most significant aspects of an institutional strategy. Collegium Medicum provides international students with an opportunity to study medicine in English. The School of Medicine offers a 6-year MD programme for high school or secondary schools graduates. With a constant increase in demand, the University also offers Scandinavian Studies, a Bachelor degree programme entirely taught in English.
Engaging with international community of higher education institutions the Jan Kochanowski University in Kielce opens a range of opportunities for student and staff mobility all over the world and focuses on building a strategic network of international partnerships.