For secondary schools

We take part in educational fair and information meeting events organised in secondary schools across the whole Poland. We have extended our collaboration with schools to include joint cultural, community, and education-related projects popularising legal and economic knowledge. We run free classes on various subjects in both Polish and English for secondary school students.

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Open days

Open days take place at Kozminski University a few times a year. We show potential applicants around the university, present our education portfolio, arrange for meetings and talks with KU authorities, faculty leaders, academic teachers, and students. We also organise demonstration classes. Those who still don’t know what field of study to choose can take a career aptitude test.

Kozminski Trio Basket

Our university has been running the Kozminski Trio Basketball championships for secondary school teams from all over Poland for 18 years now.

Prizes: in-kind prizes and a KU sports scholarship for the best female and male players.

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Free classes

Our academic teachers have prepared a list of interesting lectures and classes for secondary schools, making secondary school students familiar with the academic approach to various topics. We deliver these lectures and classes free of charge upon prior appointment.

"Knowledge about Society" program

A series of online classes aimed at introducing high school students to the topics related to knowledge about society. The lecturers refer to current phenomena in Poland and in the world, including those related to the coronavirus pandemic. The program is run in Polish.

Online workshops at the KU Student Legal Clinic

The series of online meetings consists of six lectures conducted by KU law students operating at the Student Legal Clinic. High school students are introduced to topics in the area of law and criminal proceedings, civil law, commercial law and labour and social security law. The workshops are run in Polish.

More information in Polish
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