Study In Poland This Summer
NEW YORK – The Kosciuszko Foundation is accepting applications for short term summer study programs at the Jagiellonian University in Krakow and the John Paul II Catholic University of Lublin. Undergraduate students have the opportunity to earn credit while studying the language and grammar and courses such as history, literature, and contemporary Poland. You’ll be studying in the classrooms of Poland’s major universities, practicing Polish with natives you meet along the streets of Poland’s Old Towns, in its cafes, at museums and in the old stone cellars, now converted to restaurants and clubs.
Join us for a learning experience that you will never forget. 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 be able to develop your language skills as well as take part in cultural enrichment courses including Polish Art, Past and Present, Polish Literature, History of Poland, History of the Jews of Poland, Transition in Poland as well as others. Prices begin at $1,025 for a two-week non-intensive program. Tuition, dormitory housing, meals and sightseeing costs are included. Airfare is not included.
Beginner, intermediate and advanced language classes are available. You’ll start language classes at a level which is appropriate to the knowledge you already have. Absolute beginners are welcome. We’ll help you transfer the credits you earn abroad to your university here in the States. And, if you want to fly with other program participants, you’ll be able to join us on a group flight to Poland. Airfare is not included in the price of program fees.
Students of Polish descent have the opportunity to apply for funding to attend Kosciuszko Foundation’s 3-week program at the Jagiellonian University via the Foundation’ s Tomaszkiewicz-Florio Scholarship.
For classes, prices, course information, scholarship information and additional details, please see http://www.thekf.org/programs/study/ or call the Summer Study Abroad office (212) 734-2130 ext. 210.