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The John Paul II Catholic University of Lublin,  founded in 1918, is one of the oldest and most renowned universities in Eastern Europe and is the only one possessing full state and Church rights in Poland. It is also the first Catholic university in Central and Eastern Europe. The university has a reputation for high standards of education and research, the profile of which is determined by humanistic tradition of the university as well as openness to the needs of a contemporary man.

The University has six faculties organized into institutes and departments with over forty degree programmes: Faculty of Theology, Faculty of Law, Canon Law and Administration, Faculty of Philosophy, Faculty of Humanities, Faculty of Social Sciences, Faculty of Natural Sciences and Health. There is a branch of KUL located in Stalowa Wola.

The graduates and the faculty of KUL hold many important positions in social, cultural, ecclesiastical and political life. Among them was the Pope John Paul II, who had held the Chair of Ethics in KUL’s Faculty of Philosophy for many years.












  • one of the most important universities in the Eastern Europe with a broad academic offer
  • degree programmes offered in English in Applied Anthropology, Biotechnology, European Studies, European Union Law, Informatics, Journalism and Social Communication, Mathematics, Philosophy
  • a degree programme in Applied Linguistics (courses in English, Russian and Ukrainian)
  • a wide offer of courses in English, French, Spanish, Italian, German, Dutch and Chinese Studies (most of them taught in foreign languages)
  • renowned Polish Studies
  • a wide range of courses in English in a Law degree programme (some of them delivered by American professors)
  • a good offer of courses in English in other fields of study: COURSE CATALOGUE 2021/2022
  • an intensive Polish language and culture course organized by School of Polish Language and Culture (free of charge for Erasmus+ students, 4 ECTS) during each semester: POLISH LANGUAGE COURSE FOR ERASMUS+ STUDENTS
  • Orientation Days helping students to become acquainted with our university
  • integration activities (trips, cultural and social events)
  • Guardian Angels (buddy students) assigned to each Erasmus+ student
  • assistance in finding Accommodation
  • university facilities adjusted to the special needs of the disabled
  • a thriving student and cultural life in one of the most beautiful and multicultural cities in eastern Poland











Our Erasmus+ incoming students may count on us during their study period at KUL. You will receive support in the following fields:

  • administrative support from Erasmus+ Office - if you have any questions or doubts regarding your Erasmus+ documents or stay at our university, please contact our Erasmus+ Office and we will be happy to help you: Erasmus+ Office, Room GG-201, 2nd floor (main building), phone: +48 81 445 42 05, +48 81 445 40 24, e-mail: incoming@kul.pl
  • academic support - to organize and facilitate the running of the Erasmus+ programme, KUL designated an Erasmus+ Coordinator in every field of study. The list of Erasmus+ Degree Programme Coordinators (with e-mail addresses) is available at www.kul.pl/Erasmus.eng In case you have questions concerning courses, your study programme at KUL or your Learning Agreement, please contact the Coordinator in a particular degree programme directly.
  • practical support - every Erasmus+ student has their personal Guardian Angel – a KUL student (usually ex-Erasmus) who is assigned to help them solve any practical problems before arrival and during their stay in Lublin. Guardian Angels also help Erasmus+ students to integrate into the new environment.




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Lublin has always been one of Poland’s most important cities. Due to its geographical location and history, Lublin has often played the role of a bridge between East and West.

Today Lublin is the largest and most important industrial, commercial and educational centre in eastern Poland. It is no exaggeration to call Lublin a city of universities. At present, Lublin has 4 universities and a few colleges with the total of approximately 60,000 students, while the population of Lublin is approximately 340,000. If one adds the rich and thriving cultural life that imparts a unique artistic flavour to the atmosphere of Lublin, our city appears to be an ideal place in which to spend part of your colourful student life. 


For further information about the city of Lublin, please consult the city’s official website:

https://lublin.eu/en/ You will also find useful links here: Useful links and addresses


Come and enjoy Lublin! It may also be the first step of your travel in Poland:


Come to study in Poland! Movie promoting Erasmus in Poland