First meeting within the Academy of European Law


On the 3rd of December 2019 was held the first meeting  of the Academy of European Law. The event was prepared in cooperation with the Department of International and European Union Law of the Catholic University of Lublin. Monthly classes for secondary school students are devoted to the basics of integration and European law. On Tuesday, the staff member of the Department, Dr. Tomasz Sieniow presented to high school students the basic principles of the EU's legal system. We wish to thank Dr. Sieniow for the  interesting lecture. We also invite you to see the photo gallery.


Another stop on the hike of the '100 Years of KUL' exhibition

This time, the "100 Years of the Catholic University of Lublin" exhibition, dedicated to the history of the John Paul II Catholic University of Lublin, was held in St. Joseph's Basilica in Milwaukee (Wisconsin), which is a unique place for the Polish American community. It is the first Polish church in the United States that was elevated to the rank of Basilica. The church is also an important center of Polish culture in Milwaukee. The opening ceremony and presentation which took place on 17th December 2019 was attended by Professor Michał Jacek Mikoś from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.  We would like to thank the Saint Joseph's Basilica Foundation and the Women's Cultural Club "Polanki" in Milwaukee for their support. Open University of KUL is pleased that the exhibition  was organized for another group of interested recipients.

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Russian language classes

On Wednesday the 23rd of October 2019, the Open University of KUL started a new semester of “create your own classes”, which is a program dedicated to secondary school students. This time,  a group of students and teachers from the High School  No. 1 in Garwolin participated in the Russian language course. During the lesson they had the chance  to learn about the  techniques, which provide a great support in learning a language by  fun. Pupils and teachers were satisfied with the classes, as they could develop their language competences.

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An international youth group visit our University

On the 22nd of October, KUL hosted an international group of young people from primary and secondary schools. Students from Turkey, Italy, Greece, Romania and Poland, who participate in the Erasmus program, had been with us for a week. The Open University of KUL invited the guests to take part in workshops on intercultural integration alongside with Polish students and teachers from the Primary School no. 16 in Lublin. Such visits became our tradition. It was already the third such meeting at our University, and certainly it was not the last. The next group of young learners will come to us in April. We are looking forward to it!

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International Day at KUL 2019

The first Friday of October was a day of a special event, namely the 4th International Day at KUL. It was the final part of the Adaptation Week Classes for foreign students, which at the same time provided a warm welcome to all foreigners who study  at KUL. Students also had the chance to learn more about some of the entities that are the parts of our University and which offer students help and advice on different fields. Among them are: The Admission Office, International Relations Office, The Department of Foreign Languages, Polish-Chinese Centre, The School of Polish Language and Culture, Student Council at KUL, Lublin Coalition for Integration, Academic Ministry  of the Catholic University of Lublin and the Open University. After the meeting with members of the University leadership team, foreign students who started their adventure with KUL a few years ago told about their experience. Later our new students from different parts of the world had the opportunity to test their knowledge of Polish culture in a quiz and learn traditional Polish dances. Finally, our guests could taste Polish food. I hope you had been with us. If not, do not worry. The International Day at KUL became our tradition, so I hope you will be there next year.

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Orientation Week 2019

The first week of October witnessed the set of special events that were held at our University. Their main purpose was to help foreigners get acquainted with Polish history, culture and traditions. What is more, our guests had also the opportunity to learn the topography of Lublin and become familiar with the location of all buildings of KUL. They were also informed about the rights and duties of students who stay  in Poland. They were also presented with the basic principles of our University. In the result the new students gained all the necessary information and now they have a better chance to become actively involved in the academic life.

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