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SUMMER PREPARATORY COURSE
FOR CANDIDATES TO STUDY IN POLAND – ONLINE

Dear Ladies and Gentlemen,
In connection with the coronavirus epidemic, we have decided to arrange this year's summer preparatory course in an online formula. Despite the inherent restrictions, we will provide you with effective remote teaching methods and classes held by certified teachers of the Jagiellonian University, experienced in online teaching.

Classes will be held daily Monday to Friday 08:00–11:15 hours Polish time, with the use of the Lajkonik platform of the Jagiellonian University and Microsoft Teams or WEBEX.

Dates:

  • 15 June–7 August 2020 (8 weeks)
  • 15 June–10 July 2020 (4 weeks)
  • 13 Jul –7 August 2020 (4 weeks)

 15 June–7 August 2020 (8 weeks)

  • Price: PLN 3,250
  • Number of class hours of the Polish language: 160
  • Academic class hour: 45 minutes
  • Monday to Friday: 08:00-11:15 Polish time

15 June – 10 July 2020 (4 weeks)

  • Price: PLN 1,700
  • Number of class hours of the Polish language: 80
  • Academic class hour: 45 minutes
  • Monday to Friday: 08:00-11:15 Polish time


13 July – 7 August 2020 (4 weeks)

  • Price: PLN 1,700
  • Number of class hours of the Polish language: 80
  • Academic class hour: 45 minutes
  • Monday to Friday: 08:00-11:15 Polish time


If:

  • you plan to study in Poland,
  • you wish to improve your command of Polish,
  • you are interested in international relations, economy, medicine, law or humanities,
  • you are looking for a university that will suit you best,

it is worth choosing our course!

In order to participate in the program, you need to be fluent in a Slavic language (e.g. Ukrainian, Russian, Czech, Slovak, etc.) as your mother tongue. The command of a language related to Polish will support the learning process by relying on intercomprehension.

 
 The objective of the program is to develop and teach:

  •  all language skills: oral comprehension, speaking, reading, and writing,
  •  grammatical and lexical competencies,
  •  orthographic and phonological competencies,
  •  ability to draft texts,
  •  ability to summarise, discuss and analyse general and specialist texts,
  •  ability to formulate public addresses and present one’s own viewpoint.

 
Upon completion of the program the participants:

 

  •  will be able to use Polish with more self-assurance,
  •  will be prepared better to start studies in Poland,
  •  will be able to use Polish more effectively in academic and non-academic situations.
     

 

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