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Kazimierz Wielki University is a young and dynamic higher education institution where tradition meets modernity. University is based on strong foundations with a tradition of fifty years of teaching and research work. As a well-established wide-profile University we are proud of our skilled and experienced staff, advanced technological facilities and our cooperation with the business community.
Kazimierz Wielki University offers more than 40 degree programmes in Polish language. You may study for Bachelor's, Master's, PhD or come as an exchange student. Our strongest features are not only a rich variety of educational programs, but also the individual approach to each student.
Bachelor and Master studies are conducted in Polish language. Candidate must prove Polish language skills (at least at B1 level) by submitting accepted by the University document confirming Polish language knowledge or taking part in exam checking language skills at the University.
Education at the Doctoral school is provided in Polish or English language. During the interview, that will be conducted in Polish or English, the recruitment committee evaluates the candidate's scientific potential.
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Kazimierz Wielki University is constantly expanding its educational infrastructure. A new, modern library was opened for students in October 2013. It was built with the support of European funds. It has a total floor area of 17,800 square meters, with a collection of around 740 thousand items. The main library can be called a knowledge-learning platform, with its main purpose to provide educational and research materials, including books, periodicals, databases and visual data.
We consider sport to be an important part of student life, so Kazimierz Wielki University offers its newly built Centre for Physical Education and Sport. It provides excellent athletics facilities: an indoor swimming pool, exhibition and sports hall, fitness studio, physiotherapy facilities etc.
Our students may participate in various exchange programs, such as the MOST program or Erasmus+ – European exchange of students. Currently University has more than 80 Erasmus+ partners in most EU countries, offering exchanges to students and staff in over 20 different academic subject areas. In order to attract and retain international students the University offers a support system including, academic and student support, free of charge Polish course, assistance with organizational arrangements, welcome week, intercultural training, etc.
Study in Bydgoszcz
Bydgoszcz, the capital of the Kujawsko-Pomorskie province is one of the most important economic and educational centers in Poland with three state universities and many other colleges. The city is home to many international concerns that deal with the banking, electrotechnical industry and telecommunications.
One of its strongest points is also the fact that it is an important road and railway junction and inland harbour as well. The modern international airport with regular connections to Warsaw, London, Dublin and Liverpool has been in operation since early 2004.
Bydgoszcz is a city of culture and music. Two national stages operating here (the Pomeranian Philharmonic and Opera Nova) create together with Academy of Music so called music district. In addition to concerts and spectacles, these institutions organise international festivals and competitions. Enthusiasts of good music will certainly find something of interest in the numerous clubs and pubs.
Bachelor and Master studies in Polish language
International Relations Office
Phone. + 48 52 34 19 108
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Office of Degrees
Polish and English language
phone. + 48 52 34 19 218