The Jan Kochanowski University (JKU) in Kielce is the only university of the Świętokrzyskie region and Poland’s twenty universities. It provides workplaces for 1,637 employees, including 909 university teachers, out of whom 243 hold academic titles of professors or degrees of doctors habilitated, and 442 hold doctoral degrees. The University has the right to confer doctoral degrees in eleven disciplines and degrees of doctor habilitated in two disciplines. It has 16,310 undergraduates, 155 doctoral students, and 666 postgraduates. The JKU offers 9 doctoral programs and education in 34 fields of study at first- and second-cycle level, with almost as many as 150 specialties in various disciplines in the humanities, social science, arts, medical science, natural sciences, and exact sciences. The University comprises 7 Faculties: Humanities, Mathematics and Natural Sciences, Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences, Education and Arts, Management and Administration, and Faculties of Language Studies and History, and Social Science at the University’s Branch in Piotrków Trybunalski.