- classes: 900 hours (30 hours a week)
- time: 7 October 2019 – 28 June 2020 (9 months)
- price: PLN 10 930 PLN i.e. approx. EUR 2700 or USD 3100
- level: the course for beginners (from “0” level to B2)
The course consists of two semesters. Each semester comprises 15 weeks of classes
in total). According to the Polish education system, each class hour lasts for 45 minutes
The curriculum includes Polish grammar
, classes dedicated to developing spoken and written communication skills
as well as listening
. In addition, outdoor classes have been included to test the acquired skills in real life situations. Classes are taught by qualified and experienced teachers. Those course participants who are interested in applying to our University will be able to attend selected lectures free of charge, since the beginning of the second semester, as unenrolled students (in addition to course hours).To complete the course, 75%
class attendance is required, the student must also obtain credits and marks, and pass an internal exam at the end of the course.PRICE:The total price of the course is PLN 10 930, including
- a non- refundable registration fee of PLN 930 and a fee for the first semester of PLN 5 000 payable together at least 30 days before the starting date of the course;
- a fee for the second semester of PLN 5 000 payable at least 7 days before the starting date of the second semester.
Payments may also be made in EUR
. Amounts to be paid in EUR
may change depending on the current exchange rate
of the currency in question to PLN
The price of the course includes all related costs (participation in classes, student books, or necessary materials). The price of the course does not include, however, costs of accommodation and other costs of living in Szczecin.
Course participants may apply for accommodation
at University Student Residence Hall at a monthly cost of PLN 550
for a double or triple room.Important! The University reserves the right to cancel the course if less than 8 participants enrol
.The fee for the first semester may only be returned to the participant at her/his written request
in the event of unsuccessful visa application
, in case of a serious illness which makes coming to Poland impossible
, or other important unexpected situation
A reply email will be then sent to you with information on payment deadline and bank account numbers (for PLN, EUR, and USD).
Receiving a letter of acceptance
, which is a basis for applying for a visa in Polish consular offices, is only possible once payment of the registration fee and the fee for the first semester have been made.