During your stay in Warsaw, you will hear Poles produce a lot of sh’s and ch’s intertwined with a lot of r’s and other strange-sounding noises, but fret not – we are here to help you grasp what is happening. Feel invited to join Polonicum UW, Centre of Polish Language and Culture for Foreigners and make the most out of your stay in Poland. It always pays off to make an effort to learn some Polish while living in Poland. After all, as Goethe said as many languages you know, as many times you are a human being.
Courses at Polonicum are free only for students of the University. Employees can apply to the head of the faculty/institute for the tokens for learning Polish (paid by the faculty).
You can register for courses on the USOSweb.
Apart from language classes of different levels, Polonicum offers courses in Polish culture and history. Make sure you check what interesting courses they offer this year! Hurry up, though, as there are limited places available.
Learn more about Polonicum on their website.