The University of Warsaw is offering an unpaid 40-hour intensive Polish language course.
The course is aimed at preparing international students for living, learning, working and enjoying living in Poland. Participants of the course will explore at the elementary level secrets of the Polish language and acquire knowledge of Polish culture essential to reside in Poland, eg. how to buy a ticket, order a coffee or lunch, how to find your way around UW and dealing with basic affairs and phrases essential for social life in Poland. This is a unique option to meet colleagues from all over the world before the start of the classes and feel confident with Polish before coming to University.
In this course, intended for students of last 4 semesters at the University of Warsaw, we offer:
- free participation
- 40 hours of Polish language at basic level
- professional and passionate teaching team
- great atmosphere in international environment
WHEN: 19-30 September 2022
Monday – Friday, 10 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.
WHERE: the Main Campus of the University of Warsaw, 26/28 Krakowskie Przedmieście Street.
Who can apply?
|2nd and 3rd year students of 1st cycle (Bachelor’s degree)|
|4th and 5th year students of uniform Master studies|
|students of second cycle (Master’s degree)|
Hurry up! The places are limited.
Registration will start on 6th July. To register please visit IRK page.
first round: 6th of July – 29st of July 2022
second round: 2nd – 16th of August 2022
third round: 19th– 31th of August 2022 (third round will be open in case of non-exhaustion of the limit of slots in the previous rounds)
For more details please contact Welcome Point: firstname.lastname@example.org
‘Intensive Polish Language Course’ is organised within the Integrated Development Programme at the University of Warsaw and funded by European Social Fund. The objective, pursuing at the University of Warsaw between 2018-2022, is to develop competence of students and employees as well as implement the instruments which upgrade the management process of the University of Warsaw.