3-week intensive courses
A 3-week intensive course allows you to learn the basics of Polish or deepen your knowledge of the language. Classes are held every day from Monday to Friday, 4 lessons per day (9.30 am - 12.45 pm).
|3-week intensive courses|
|I||18.02.2019 - 08.03.2019|
|II||11.03.2019 - 29.03.2019|
|III||01.04.2019 - 18.04.2019 *|
|IV||06.05.2019 - 24.05.2019|
|V||27.05.2019 - 14.06.2019|
|VI||17.06.2019 - 05.07.2019|
* from 15.04 to 18.04 – 5 lessons (19.04 time off since there is Good Friday)
19.04-05.05.2019 - Wielkanoc i Weekend Majowy
980 PLN / 245 €
ATTENTION! We offer a 80 PLN discount for our regular students or to those who register for more than one course.
550 PLN / 140 € - paid at the time of enrollment
430 PLN / 105 € - paid by the end of a first course week
The course is designed for those who want to learn the language as fast as possible. The classes are held at every language level.
On the first day of a course (Monday) beginners start their lessons. Students who have learnt and know Polish take a placement test (oral and written), based on which they’ll be classified to an appropriate group. Beginners (A1.1 group) have 4 lessons on that day (Monday), other students – 2 lessons.
The price (980 PLN) includes:
- 60 lesson units – 4 classes per day* from Monday to Friday (9.30 am - 12.45 pm)
- Language workshops
- Lesson materials
- Final test
- Certificate of attendance
*In case that the group consists of 2-3 students - 3 classes daily
All language skills are practised during the intensive course – writing, reading, listening, grammar. However, the main emphasis is put on SPEAKING. For that purpose we use the communicative method (for more information about the method, click here). Each group is taught by two teachers for better results.
The course ends with a final test. If you pass the test, you’ll receive a certificate of attendance.
In addition to the course, we offer a workshop on the Polish language and culture (free of charge) during the course, such as: pronunciation workshop, slang, conversation meetings (e.g. Krakow – our city), thematic lectures (e.g. the most interesting places in Poland).