The Catholic University of Lublin was founded in 1918. It is the oldest university in Lublin and one of the oldest in Poland. It was founded by the Polish Episcopate on the initiative of Rev. Idzi Radziszewski, who was also the first rector of the University. KUL has been entrusted to the Sacred Heart of Jesus. Its maxim is " Deo et Patriae" - "For God and Fatherland".
The Catholic University of Lublin is now one of the fastest developing universities in Poland. Extensive scientific research whose profile is determined by the humanistic traditions of the university is conducted here. Apart from theology, philosophy, social sciences, law and the humanities, natural sciences and exact sciences are developed. It is a sign of the openness of the Catholic university onto the challenges and needs of a modern man.
Open integration is project of The John Paul II Catholic University of Lublin. The project involves the creation of an effective and innovative support model and the module for the integration of foreign students studying in Lublin. The project combines the efforts to support migrants and put them in Polish society, Polish language courses, orientation weeks and summer schools. Participation is open to all students of Lublin from outside the European Union.
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well established research center for social sciences
The life is very cheap here, although the salaries are also low. Anyway, there are lots of special offers and discounts for students, which make easier issues such as accomodation, transport (51% off), restaurants, etc. With a budget of more or less 250 euros per month, you can make a good living. Take care regarding accomodation, my dorm was very disappointing.
Classes are obligatory to assist, they're very enjoyable so it's not bad at all. Oral exams, in my case (History) and teaching methods participative and very close with the student.