Preparatory Polish Language Course


Area of Studies

other areas of study



Course Duration

1 academic year (2 semesters), or 6 months


Wroclaw University of Science and Technology

Tuition and Other Fees

Tuition fee
2000 EUR
Application fee
17 EUR EU students 200 EUR non-EU students

Application Deadline(s)

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Course Description

Course Profile
The Department of Polish Language for Foreigners carries out courses of Polish language and Polish culture on different levels of advance – A1, A2, B1, B2, C1 and C2. They are intended for candidates for studying at all academies in Poland and also for those who want to learn Polish intensely.
The courses of Polish language last for the whole academic year (from October to June). They include 20 lessons of Polish language per week (5 times a week, 4 lessons a day). The first term contains 300 hours of Polish language and so does the second term.
The students also take part in learning supplementary subjects according to their further studies (mathematics, physics, biology, computer sciences, geography, knowledge of Polish culture and history – dependent on the students’ needs).
The students start learning the specialization courses on the advanced level in the winter term and on the elementary level – in the summer term. The specialization subjects are taught in Polish.
The courses, thanks to the fact that they are carried out on different levels of advance, guarantee a communicative dexterity in both official and unofficial situations. At the same time, the courses prepare the candidates for studying on different faculties. The students improve basic linguistic competences: listening comprehension, reading comprehension, speaking and writing different kinds of text. Additionally, some lectures and classes on Polish history and culture are carried out in Polish and English.
The course finishes with a written and oral examination in Polish language and with examinations in all chosen subjects. The Department of Polish Language for Foreigners provides also additional activities (tourist tours to the most interesting regions of Poland, visiting some historical places in Wrocław) and participating in different cultural events. Within the limits of the course, the students learn about important traditions and customs of the Polish nation.
Education Requirements
The University admission procedure based on secondary education certificate. Each application is assessed individually on its merits. If in doubt, please contact the Admission Officer.
Language of instruction: Polish


Admission Officer