Polish language courses
Polish language course for foreigners from outside the EU, living in the Kuyavian-Pomeranian Voivodeship . We invite you to Polish language lessons! The semester course will be run from March to June 2021.
Due to the pandemic situation, classes will be held on-line. Groups for people who speak Russian, Ukrainian, English and Spanish will be created.
Classes will be held from 9.00 am to 07.00 pm in established groups.
The cost of classes in the summer semester - PLN 250 / person
17.02-03.03.2021 - registration for classes via the Internet.
04-07.03.2021 - analysis of applications, creation of groups with an appropriate level of teaching.
08-12.03.2021 - classification interviews.
15.03 – 30.06.2021 - lessons within the summer semester.
The schedule does not include the teachers' holiday plans.
Sending your application via the form is tantamount to accepting the following regulations:
The application for participation is not tantamount to acceptance for classes. We will invite people who are most in need of learning Polish.
Priority in admission to the classes is given to people who have been in Poland for a short time (up to half a year), and their language level will be assessed at maximum A1 (beginner level).
The classes are organised for people whose financial situation does not allow them to start learning at commercial courses or universities. We ask about your financial situation in the form.
Persons who qualify for classes will be required to pay the tuition fees by 02/04/2021. The fees will be accepted by bank transfer to the account number: 14 1020 5011 0000 9902 0294 6077 (transfer title: Polish language MPW +, (name and surname)
Persons who qualify for classes and have three unexcused absences will be automatically removed from the list of class participants.
Classes will last two hours. Classes will be held on-line.
People who have participated in Polish language courses organized by the Emic Foundation and have exceeded the number of unexcused absences cannot participate in registration.
They can provide information:
Renata Lesner-Szwarc (project coordinator, firstname.lastname@example.org),
Katarzyna Biernacka (Polish language teacher, email@example.com),
Kseniia Tomanek (Polish language teacher, firstname.lastname@example.org) .
Polish language courses are implemented as part of the project "You have the right to know! Plus", financed by the Asylum, Migration and Integration Fund. The project is implemented by the Kujawsko-Pomorskie Voivode and the Emic Foundation. The courses are addressed to foreigners from outside the European Union.