The University


Jan Kochanowski University

Jan Kochanowski University in Kielce (JKU) is a public Polish university established in 1969. Back then it was known as Swietokrzyska Pedagogical University of Kielce. Thanks to support from the European Union, it is one of the best-equipped universities in Poland and provides opportunities for further professional development across 41 specializations in modern and state-of-the-art equipped facilities.

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Collegium Medicum

Founded in 2005, the Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences is one of JKU's most innovative and progressive faculties, offering both undergraduate and graduate-level degree programs.

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Accommodation

Jan Kochanowski University in Kielce provides student housing in five dormitories: Asystent, Fama, Łącznik, Melodia, and Odyseja. All of the dormitories are within a few steps from each other in the town centre. Asystent is reserved for international students.

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Athletics

Jan Kochanowski University in Kielce encourages students to maintain a healthy lifestyle and provides opportunities for students to optimize their well-being throughout the span of their medical studies.

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Student Life

Jan Kochanowski University in Kielce also encourages students to participate in various cultural initiatives and social activities to enrich their student experience throughout the duration of their studies.

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