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The course conducted by Foreign Language Centre ​​of Lazarski University is addressed to youth and adults from Ukraine seeking refuge in Poland from the war.

Course is carried out using the communicative method and its aim is to teach students to use Polish language in typical everyday life situations. After completing the course, the student will be able to ask for directions, do shopping in a store, order a taxi, ambulance service, table in a restaurant or pizza over the phone, tell the doctor about his problems, arrange necessary matters in an office or bank. The students' skills will be monitored by experienced academic teachers, which will allow for any neccessary modification of the program and its adaptation to the needs of the participants.

We offer childcare for the duration of the course for children who will accompany their parents. Please report your needs when signing up!

Classes will be held at the Lazarski University, ul. Świeradowska 43, 02-662 Warsaw, starting March 8th through April 28th.
The course covers 30 hours - 15 meetings of 2 teaching hours. Meetings are held every Tuesday and Thursday from 5:00 PM - 6:30 PM.

We invite You to the first lesson on March 8th at 5:00 PM in room 24.


The course is FREE for refugees from Ukraine!

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