Lomza State University of Applied Sciences was established in June 2004 by an act of the Council of Ministers of the Republic of Poland. In the six-hundred-year history of Łomża, fifeen years is like a blink of an eye, but in the history of the University it is a whole epoch, from very difficult organizational beginnings to the present time, when our University stands out from other state schools, thanks to its extraordinary dynamics, great equipment, excellent teaching staff and scientific development. However, the greatest success of the University are individual achievements of graduates who undertake further studies and wonderfully manage in life as well as at work. Our University is recognizable in the country and in the region as the centre of education of specialists – practitioners. The School offers first and second cycle degrees, full-time and part-time. Every year we develop in our students the knowledge and skills that will enable them to work in their chosen profession, as well as open the door to the world in the form of Erasmus+ (study and practice). Our University becomes extremely flexible and efficient institution that is a part of the tradition of Łomża and relies on the cooperation of the entire region. It is the pride of all inhabitants of Łomża, permanently inscribed in the history of the city and its architectural landscape.