About Us

Jan Amos Komeński State School of Higher Vocational Education in Leszno was established under the decision of the Council of Ministers of the Republic of Poland of 1 July 1999. The school formation significantly contributed to the development of Leszno and determined a new field of activity for the higher education sector of the Leszno region. Likewise all other 36 state schools of higher vocational education in the whole country, we provide first-cycle degree programmes.

The school educates almost 2,500 students in full-time and part-time programmes. It offers a wide range of fields and specialisations of diversified study profiles. For several years, the school has been successfully organising training courses and postgraduate studies in different specialisations. Upon graduation, our students are awarded a professional title of licencjat or inżynier which is the Polish equivalent of the Bachelor’s degree. The degree enables them to continue studies in Master’s degree programmes at higher education institutions nationwide. A number of our students decide on entering Poznań universities with which Jan Amos Komeński State School of Higher Vocational Education has made cooperation agreements. These include:

  • Adam Mickiewicz University,
  • Ignacy Jan Paderewski Academy
  • Poznań University
  • Poznań University
  • Eugeniusz Piasecki University School
  • Poznań University.

  • Main building and the Multifunctional Lecture Hall
    ul. Mickiewicza 5
  • Dormitory
    ul. Opalińskich 1
  • School Library
    ul. Opalińskich 1
  • Labs of the Institute of Health
    ul. Kiepury
  • Centre for Practical Training
    ul. Narutowicza 74
  • Complex of Schools of Agriculture and Construction
    ul. 1-go Maja 1


Contact information

Dane kontaktowe

Go to top