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Our target is: preparing students to provide high-quality care for healthy and sick people in their place of residence and in health care institutions stimulating the comprehensive development of students, developing sensitivity to the needs of other people and preparing them for permanent improvement developing students’ analytical and critical thinking skills to enhance care outcomes creating an atmosphere of cooperation, sharing achievements, responsibility for the quality of the team and for raising the profile of the profession, preparing students to conduct research in nursing in order to enrich professional theory and practice, as well as research development and their professional development.

Full-time studies in nursing are addressed to people who do not have professional preparation. In the field of nursing, we offer foreign language learning in an extended dimension.


First-cycle studies last  6 semesters. The number of hours of classes and internships should not be less than 4815. The number of ECTS (European Credit Transfer System) points should not be less than 180. The diploma examination, after submitting the diploma thesis, should include checking the knowledge and practical skills. The university may implement the program without the participation of an academic teacher in the group of basic content for 15 hours and in the group of major content for 30 hours in each field.

 Practical training

 The development of practical skills is carried out in natural and simulated conditions (nursing skills laboratories, specialist laboratories). Practical training is carried out on the basis of the university’s own database and in medical enterprises on the basis of concluded contracts. Practical classes and apprenticeships are carried out in the wards of the Provincial Hospital in Włocławek and other regional hospitals, as well as in home, community and school nursing centers and hospices. Practical classes are carried out under the direction and direct supervision of an academic teacher. Apprenticeships are carried out under the supervision of a person conducting the practice (a nurse), an employee of a given company of a medical entity. Supervision over the implementation of apprenticeships is exercised by the tutor of apprenticeships at the university. During practical education – practical classes and professional practice – in the field of basic nursing care and specialist care, a first-cycle student acquires skills including: independent practice of the profession in accordance with the principles of general and professional ethics as well as a holistic and individualized approach to the patient, respecting and respecting his rights; recognizing the patient’s health conditions and needs; promoting health and health education of individuals and social groups; recognizing patient care problems; planning and providing patient care; independent provision of preventive, diagnostic, therapeutic and rehabilitation services in a specific scope, as well as performing medical rescue activities; undertaking cooperation with members of the therapeutic team in the process of prevention, diagnosis, therapy, rehabilitation and nursing; independent adjudication on the type and scope of care and nursing services; organizing a hospital and home care environment; organizing and planning work at one’s own workplace; preparing the patient for self-care and the caregiver for patient care.

Conditions of graduation and obtaining professional title

A bachelor’s degree in nursing is obtained by a graduate of first-cycle studies in the field of nursing, who: 1) in terms of knowledge, has: a) detailed knowledge of nursing, b) general knowledge of other medical sciences, c) knowledge of legal regulations, ethical standards and deontology relating to the practice of the nursing profession; 2) in terms of skills is able to: a) use current knowledge to ensure safety and a high level of care, b) provide services in the field of promoting, maintaining health and preventing diseases, c) provide comprehensive and individualized care for a disabled and dying patient, d) independently practice the profession, in accordance with the principles of general and professional ethics and a holistic approach to the patient, taking into account respect and respect for his rights, e) organize his/her own work; establish cooperation in healthcare teams.


  1. Anatomy
  2. Biochemistry and biophysics
  3. Pharmacology
  4. Physiology
  5. Genetics
  6. Microbiology and parasitology
  7. Pathophysiology
  8. Radiology
  9. Physical education (PE)
  10. Pedagogy
  11. Medical law
  12. Psychology
  13. Sociology
  14. Public health
  15. Foreign language
  16. Ethics in professional nursing practice
  17. Physical examination
  18. Dietetics
  19. Nursing work organisation
  20. Primary health care
  21. Fundamentals of nursing
  22. Health promotion
  23. Health information technology (HIT)
  24. Hospital-acquired infections
  25. Optional modules: sign language / Collaboration in health care teams
  26. Anaesthesiology and nursing in life-threatening situations
  27. Theory and research for nursing
  28. Surgery and surgical nursing
  29. Internal medicine and nursing
  30. Geriatrics and geriatric nursing
  31. Neurology and neurological nursing
  32. Palliative care
  33. Paediatrics and paediatric nursing
  34. Long-term care nursing
  35. Fundamentals of emergency medicine
  36. Obstetrics, gynaecology and obstetric-gynaecological nursing
  37. Psychiatry and psychiatric nursing
  38. Fundamentals of rehabilitation
  39. Dissertation (Bachelor of Nursing)
  40. OHS Training (Occupational Health and Safety Training)
  41. Library Training

Kujawska Szkoła Wyższa

we Włocławku
Plac Wolności 1, 87-800 Włocławek


Godziny otwarcia rektoratu:

poniedziałek-czwartek 08.00-15.30
piątek 08.00-14.00

Ważne informacje:


Tel.: +48 660 713 891