Semester courses


Standard Polish courses - several months of consistent study. Perfect in combination with your work or studies!
Dates:

I 11.06.2018 - 14.09.2018 - vacation semester
2x90 min weekly, in the morning (9.30-11.00 am)
or in the evening (6.00-7.30 pm, 7.45-9.15 pm), 
in total 54 lesson units / 27 meetings

Attention: NEW GROUPS FOR LEVELS A1.1 & A1.2
Time: 10.07 – 04.10.2018
54 classes / 27 meetings

II 08.10.2018 - 24.01.2019 - winter semester
2x90 min weekly, in the morning (9.30-11.00 am)
or in the evening (6.00-7.30 pm, 7.45-9.15 pm), 
in total 54 lesson units / 27 meetings

III 11.02.2019 - 28.05.2019 - summer semester
2x90 min weekly, in the morning (9.30-11.00 am)
or in the evening (6.00-7.30 pm, 7.45-9.15 pm), 
in total 54 lesson units / 27 meetings

More dates in the "SCHEDULE" section.

Time off:

15.08.2018 - 17.08.2018 - Feast of the Polish Armed Forces
31.10.2018 - 04.11.2018 - All Saints' Day
21.12.2018 - 06.01.2019 - Christmas

19.04-05.05.2019 - Easter and May weekend

Price:

980 PLN / 245 € for one semester
ATTENTION! We offer a 50 PLN discount for our regular students and 100 PLN for the students who register for two semesters at one go.

Price includes:

  • 54 lesson units 
  • Conversational meetings – ‘Varia talki’
  • Integrational parties
  • Student panel
  • Final exam
  • Certificate of attendance
Payment:

For every semester:
 I 550 PLN / 140 € - paid at time of enrollment  
II 430 PLN / 105 € - due by: 16.07 (vacation semester) or 09.11.2018 (winter semester) or 18.03.2019 (summer semester)


We organise courses at all language levels (from beginner to advanced). Classes are held two times per week (2 x 90 minutes), in the morning or in the evening. 

Before starting your course, you will take a language test and have a conversation with our teacher, after which you will join an appropriate group (applies to those students who have already learned Polish). It is also possible to do the online test on our website. 

On our courses we use a communicative method that concentrates mainly on speaking skills (for more information about the method, click here). 

In the middle of a semester students take a mid-term test (written and/or oral) which checks their language progress at this stage). At the end of the semester, students take their final test – both oral and written. 

Students who are motivated to work harder and who have more free time can count on more homework. If, for some important reason, you cannot participate in your classes, you can access the materials on the student’s panel.

We also offer free conversations, thematic lessons and language workshops to our semester students (for more info about the cultural programme, click here). 

For opinions about the course please visit the bookmark Opinions about us or the web portal for foreigners: www.local-life.com/krakow