Number of hours 280 + workshops and lectures
Level A0/A1/A2/B1/B1+
Duration 14 weeks
Course start spring term: 28 February 2022 - 10 June 2022
autumn term: 17 October 2022 - 10 February 2023
spring term: 27 February 2023 - 16 June 2023
Fee EUR 1,250 + EUR 100
Minimum number of participants 8
Course hours Monday - Friday, morning and afternoon classes, one class takes four 45-minute lessons, outings and social activities


  • foreign students preparing to undertake studies at Lazarski or another University in Poland
  • foreign students who want to improve their Polish language at the level of A0/A1/A2/B1/B1+.




  • you will significantly improve your ability to talk about different topics
  • you will improve the accuracy of your expressions
  • you will learn specialist vocabulary in the domain of the subject you are studying in order to enable you to understand lectures and to participate in course-related activities
  • you will improve your ability to understand more complex texts and the ability to express yourself in specialist subject areas
  • it will prepare you to write academic texts
  • you will develop your social skills, such as articulating your opinions, cooperation in a group and developing interpersonal skills
  • you will gain confidence in a new environment
  • at the end of the course we will evaluate your language competence


  • you will use straightforward language to deal with most life situations
  • you will enter conversations on topics typical for everyday life
  • you will describe experiences and events, dreams, hopes and ambitions
  • you will understand the main points of standard speech, radio or TV programmes on current affairs
  • you will understand written texts on subjects related to your interests
  • you will write texts on familiar topics
  • you will develop your social skills, such as articulating your opinions, cooperation in a group and developing interpersonal skills
  • at the end of the course your language competence will be assessed


  • experience of organizing preparatory courses stretching back to 2006
  • we know how to ensure your stay in Poland is safe, pleasant and well-organised
  • (we offer accommodation and help with visa and other issues at our International Help Desk)
  • a well-qualified and experienced team of lecturers who ensure the highest academic standards with focus on the individual needs of the course participants
  • a pleasant, relaxed atmosphere in the classroom to ensure the barrier in speaking is overcome as quickly as possible
  • active forms of activities outside the classroom (in museums, parks or cafes) to improve
  • the effectiveness of lessons and help students find more about places worth visiting in Warsaw
  • language not only in the classroom; lessons frequently accompanied by meetings to help integrate the students with lectures, workshops, field trips to places of interest in Warsaw and meetings with interesting people
  • you will improve your English language with people from all over the world
  • we have perfected means of ensuring you become familiar with Warsaw and to help you settle in
  • satisfaction of our course participants has been confirmed by surveys

over 2000 of people who attended our courses went on to study at Lazarski and other universities in Poland


  • starting pack, course books and other materials (during the course you will also use authentic materials)
  • guarantee of optimal conditions for language learning in groups with between 8-15 students and classrooms equipped with multi-media teaching aids
  • language learning combined with culture and fun; additional activities are included in the timetable (such as shows, exhibitions, concerts, bowling, ice-skating, sporting events, cycling trips, sightseeing, etc.)
  • free tickets to the theatre, museum, concerts, matches, art galleries, cinema, bowling, skating rink, swimming pool, etc.
  • systematic visits to places of interest in Warsaw
  • opportunity to take part in events organised by Lazarski University
  • use of the library
  • individual meetings with your tutor
  • a certificate at the end of the course