Dear students, University of Warsaw is offering a free 40-hour Intensive Polish Language Course.
This course aims to ease the language barrier and prepare international students for living, studying, working, and enjoying themselves in Poland. Participants of the course will learn the fundamentals of Polish language and culture, including how to:
- find their way around the University of Warsaw,
- buy a ticket, order a coffee or lunch,
- and deal with everyday situations by learning phrases that are necessary for social interaction.
This is a perfect opportunity to meet and connect with other students from all over the world before the start of the new academic year!
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 (A0 and A1)
- professional and passionate teaching team
- great atmosphere in international environment
From 18th to 28th September 2023
Monday to Friday, 9 am – 1 pm
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 long-cycle studies (Master’s degree)
- Students of second cycle studies
Please note that our course is for degree-seeking students only
- first round : 7th of July (12:00) – 30th of July 2023 (23:59)
- second round: 7th of August (12:00) – 18th of August 2023 (23:59)
- third round: 25th of August (12:00) – 31st of August 2023 (23:59) – 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.