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1 Respecting tradition and looking towards the future

2 LOCATION Kielce is the capital in the Holy Cross region, with 900-year-old history, located on Środkowomałopolska Upland and is the touristic center for: oldest mountains in Europe - Świętokrzyskie Mountains, National Park of Świętokrzyskie and Industrial District of Staropolska. An area km2 Population Distance From Warsaw to Kielce km From Cracow to Kielce km

3 STAFF Total: 1,479 Research and teaching staff: 897 Professors: 222 Assistant professors: 445 Assistant Lecturers: 78 Other: 230 Non-teaching personnel: 582 Administration: 362 Library: 78 Services: 142 Total student number: 14,316 Full-time first- and second-cycle programmes: 10,826 Part-time first- and second-cycle programmes: 3,490 Doctoral programmes: 228

4 INFRASTRUCTURE Building area – m2 Total number of buildings – 22 The University has been systematically expanding and modernizing the educational reserch base with the effective use of the EU structural funds. Total implementation costs of these capital projects amount to PLN 300 milion The Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences The University Library The Centre of Entrepreneurship and Business

5 STRUCTURE OF THE UNIVERSITY Seven Faculties: Faculty of Humanities Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences Faculty of Health Sciences Faculty of Education and Arts Faculty of Management and Administration Faculty of Language Studies and History, Piotrków Trybunalski Branch Faculty of Social Science, Piotrków Trybunalski Branch

6 Inter-faculty units: Foreign Language Centre Physical Education and Sports Centre Non-faculty units: University Career Centre Archive University Library University Press University Centre for Support and Rehabilitation

7 34 fields of study in first-cycle programmes 20 fields of study in second-cycle programmes 27 fields of study in postgraduate programmes Standard tuition payments for students from abroad: 2000 EUR per year. The fee can be reduced by the Rector’s decision considering individual social situation of a student. Taught and research programmes

8 Doctoral programmes in 9 fields of study 1. Biology 2. Chemistry 3. Physics 4. History 5. Geography 6. Linguistics 7. Education 8. Fine Arts 9. Literary Studies The right to confer the degree of habilitated doctor in 2 fields 1. Physics 2. History

9 The Faculty of Humanities offers education in four institutes: Modern Languages Polish Studies History Library Science and Journalism FACULTY OF HUMANITIES UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMMES Field of study - first-cycle: Polish Studies, Language Studies, Journalism and Social Communication, Scientific Information and Library Science, History, History of Military Technology, Heritage Tourism Organization Field of study - second-cycle: Polish Studies, Language Studies, Journalism and Social Communication, History Doctoral programmes - in the humanites, the field of History - in the humanites, the field of Linguistics - in the humanites, the field of Literary Studies

10 The Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences offers education in six institutes: Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Geography, Mathematics Chair of Environmental Protection and Modelling FACULTY OF MATHEMATICS AND NATURAL SCIENCES UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMMES Field of study - first-cycle: Biology, Biotechnology, Technical Physics, Information Technology, Information Technology and Econometrics, Chemistry, Physics, Geography, Mathematics, Environmental Protection. Field of study - second-cycle: Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Geography, Mathematics, Environmental Protection. Doctoral programmes - in natural sciences, the field of Biology - in chemical sciences, the field of Chemistry - in physical sciences, the field of Physics - in geography, the fields of Geology and Geography

11 The Faculty of Pedagogy and Arts offers education in four institutes: Pedagogy and Psychology Music Education FineArts Education School Education FACULTY OF PEDAGOGY AND ARTS UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMMES Field of study - first-cycle: Art Education in Musical Arts, Art Education in Fine Arts, Pedagogy, Social Work, Design Field of study - second-cycle: Art Education in Musical Arts, Art Education in Fine Arts, Pedagogy Doctoral programmes - The humanities, the field of Education - Visual arts, the field of Fine Arts

12 The Faculty of Management and Administration offers education in four institutes: Management Economics and Administration Political Science Chair of Northern European States UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMMES Field of study - first-cycle: Administration, Economics, Logistics, Political Science, Management Field of study - second-cycle: Administration, Economics, Political Science, Management FACULTY OF MANAGEMENT AND ADMINISTRATION

13 The Faculty offers education in three institutes: Physiotherapy Nursing and Midwifery Public Health FACULTY OF HEALTH SCIENCE UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMMES Field of study - first-cycle: Physiotherapy, Nursing, Midwifery, Emergency Medicine, Public Health Field of study - second-cycle: Physiotherapy, Nursing, Midwifery, Public Health

14 BRANCH OF THE JAN KOCHANOWSKI UNIVERSITY IN KIELCE The Branch comprises two Faculties: FACULTY OF SOCIAL SCIENCE The Faculty of Social Science consists of the Institute of Pedagogical Science, Department of Economics, Department of Management and Department of National Security. FACULTY OF PHILOLOGY AND HISTORY The faculty consists of four Institutes: History, Polish Studies, International Relations and English Studies. Field of study - first-cycle: Language Studies, Polish Studies, International Relations Field of study - second-cycle: Polish Studies, International Relations Field of study - first-cycle: National Security, Economics, Pedagogy, Management Field of study - second-cycle: Pedagogy

15 The University and LLP – Erasmus Programme Number of partner universities: 60 in 21 EU countries The Erasmus programme gives Students, as well as the University Staff many opportunities to study and practice abroad in 21 countries. They can not only acquire knowledge and gain experience, but also learn about many cultures of different countries and make friends. Austria, Bulgary, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Great Britain, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Lithuania, Lotvia, Norway, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain,Turkey

16 International science cooperation of the University Number of partner universities: 35 in 10 countries Czech Republic, Georgia, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Lithuania, Russia, Slovakia, Ukraine, USA

17 SCIENCE Research projects Research projects in Poland are mainly founded by two agencies: The National Science Centre (NCN) - is a government executive agency set up to fund basic research, The National Centre for Research and Development - the tasks of the National Centre for Research and Development, are the support of commercialization and other forms of transfer of scientific research results, the management of applied research programs and the performance of national security and defense projects. In researchers of Jan Kochanowski University implemented 21 research projects, which were founded by NCN, 4 were founded by Ministry of Science and Higher Education and 1 research project was founded by Norwegian Financial Mechanism and the European Economic Area Financial Mechanism.

18 SCIENCE Research laboratories Number of laboratories at JKU in Kielce - up to 71 Modern laboratories co-financed from EU funds: The Eastern Poland Development Operational Programme The Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences: Number of new laboratories – 17 Number of modernized laboratories – 27 The Innovative Economy Operational Programme The Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences: Number of new laboratories – 15 Project ARTIS – modernisation and equipment of teaching facilities for Institute of Fine Arts Number of new laboratories – 5 Project MEDIC – modernisation and equipment of teaching infrastructure for Faculty of Health Sciences Number of new and modernized laboratories - 7

19 SCIENCE Publications The basic criterion for appraisal of academic staff is the range and number of their publications. In the years 2008–2012, the JKU employees published 636 monographs altogether. In the year books. In the same year, the University’s employees published 648 research papers: publication by List B ERIH publication list - 20 publication by ICR -157 Participation in scientific conferences National conferences – 688 National conferences of an international – 324 International conferences Conferences for border Organization of scientific conferences Number of scientific conferences organized in 2012: National conferences - 98 International conferences - 73

20 CONTACTS Rector’s Office – Rector’s Secretary: tel International Cooperation Office: tel tel Dormitories


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