The Kosciuszko Foundation is pleased to present information about study programs for the summer at the Jagiellonian University
in Krakow and the John Paul II Catholic University of Lublin. Programs are offered to students who are 18 years of age, undergraduate students and to anyone who has an interest in Poland. Students have the opportunity to earn credit while studying the language and attending courses on Polish history, literature, and contemporary Poland. Classes take place a stone's throw from medieval old towns in a traditional classroom, and students will be engaged in real life situations as they come in contact with native speakers in old town historic districts, in cafes, museums and in stone cellars, now converted to restaurants and clubs.
Join us for a summer in Poland. Classes run from early July through the end of August. You can sign up for courses as short as two weeks or as long as eight. You’ll develop your language skills as well as take part in cultural enrichment courses such as Polish Art, Past and Present, Polish Film, Polish Literature, History of the Jews of Poland, Transition in Poland as well as dance workshops and other interesting gatherings recreating Christmas in Poland. Prices begin at $960 for a two-week non-intensive program. Prices include tuition, dormitory housing, meals and sightseeing. Airfare is not included.
Beginner, intermediate and advanced language classes are available. Language classes start at a level which is appropriate to the knowledge you already have. Absolute beginners are welcome! We’ll help you transfer credits to your university here in the States. And, if you want to fly with other program participants, you’ll have the opportunity to fly with other program participants to Poland.
Scholarships are available to students of Polish descent to attend Kosciuszko Foundation’s 3-week program at the Jagiellonian University. Apply for a Tomaszkiewicz-Florio Scholarship through .