PROFILE - SHORT DESCRIPTION
The John Paul II Catholic University of Lublin (KUL) is the oldest university in Lublin and the first Catholic university in East-Central Europe. KUL is a well-known academic centre, which is highly valued in Europe and globally. It is a modern, innovative and dynamically developing university with traditions and great scientific achievements, highly rated by students and graduates.
At KUL, Polish and foreign students can choose from a wide range of faculties and fields of study. It is an open university that welcomes people of all religious denominations. Lectures and classes at KUL are conducted by highly qualified academic staff, who excel as teachers and researchers in diverse academic disciplines. Graduates of KUL enjoy a high employability. A lot of our graduates hold prestigious positions in world-renowned institutions in Poland and abroad.
KUL is proud to operate a University campus situated in the heart of Lublin. The whole campus is organized around the oldest, 18th-century Main Building, built in a rectangular form. Connected to this facility are modern university venues. There is one more KUL campus in Lublin – the “Poczekajka” (Western) Campus. The location comprises classrooms, laboratories and student dormitories. KUL also has a state-of-the-art sports facility with pitches, gyms, halls for combat sports and tennis courts.