The Institute is responsible for students' education in two levels
• Primary vocational studies - bachelor (full-time and part-time studies);
• Secondary vocational studies - master (full-time and part-time studies).

Studies at the primary level include 4 specialisations (to be selected), including two teaching specialisations,
• Early-School Pegagogy;
• Special Psychopedagogy and
• Care and Education Pedagogy;
• Resocialisation Pedagogy.

Studies at the secondary level are organised in such a way that, apart from the subjects included in the teaching standards, in order to broaden the general knowledge of Pedagogy and Psychology, the students can select two out of five suggested teaching modules. The subjects included in these module are selected so as to give the opportunity to either develop and broaden the knowledge acquired earlier in their primary specialisations, or select slightly different fields such as Early-School Pedagogy, Special Pedagogy, Care and Education Pedagogy , Resocialisation or Culture Animation.

Apart from vocational studies, the Institute is also responsible for post-graduate studies. Currently the Institute offers teacher training post-graduate studies for graduates who completed their university studies in other areas, but are trying to obtain relevant teaching qualifications. In order to meet the needs of the current educational market in our region, and having acquired the acceptance of the KUL Senate, since the beginning of the academic year 2008-2009 the Institute of Pedagogy offers post-graduate studies in Pre-School and Early-School Pedagogy.

The Institute maintains close contacts in terms of scientific work and practice with various state institutions, social and religious organisations, involved in the process of teaching, upbringing, care, socialisation, resocialisation, revalidation and social adaptation of children, young people, adults and elderly people. The co-operation contracts signed with those institutions and organisations offer the opportunity to carry out observations and research, as well as internships, and allow our students of various specialties to collect materials for their diploma thesis.

Every year the Institute prepares scientific conferences at various levels, which arouses great interest of both academic and in-service teachers, psychologists, lawyers, social workers, physicians, as well as other specialists. The subject of these conferences corresponds to the scientific research carried out by particular departments of the Institute of Pedagogy, and supports the development of the academic staff and the students.

In order to improve the vocational training of our students and develop their skills, there are various scientific clubs and interest groups for students, mainly:
• "Paidea" Students' Scientific Club (Danuta Grzesik-Witek PhD, Manager)
• Students' Scientific Club of Young Teachers (Barbara Wolny, PhD, Manager)
• "Kulisy" Students' Theatre (Krzysztof Przybycień, PhD, Manager)