The John Paul II Catholic University of Lublin is the oldest university in Lublin and the first Catholic university in East-Central Europe. KUL is a private university at which Polish and foreign students can study in a wide range of faculties and disciplines. It is an open university, where people of all religious denominations are welcome. Lectures and classes at KUL are conducted by highly qualified academic staff, who excel as teachers and researchers in diverse domains of science. The graduates of KUL are widely appreciated by employers. A lot of our graduates hold prestigious positions in world-renowned institutions in Poland and abroad.
KUL is a co-founder and member of a lot of organizations and associations such as International Federation of Catholic Universities, the European Federation of Catholic Universities or the European Association of Universities. The University cooperates with nearly 200 foreign research institutions, including universities from Belgium, Brazil, China, Chile, France, Georgia, Spain, India, Canada, Kenya, Lithuania, Latvia, Mexico, Russia, South Africa, South Korea, Sweden, Ukraine, USA, Hungary, Italy, Germany and Great Britain.