Learning Polish at UW
The Centre of Polish Language and Culture for Foreigners ‘Polonicum’ — the oldest and the most experienced Polish language and culture centre for foreigners — is one of the institutes of the Faculty of Polish Philology at University of Warsaw.
Polonicum runs courses which are open to all who are interested in participating. Anyone may learn Polish from scratch or improve their proficiency and deepen their knowledge of Poland. Polonicum has well–trained and experienced staff who are professionals in their fields and who use the most up–to–date teaching methods.
- Tandem is based on a system for learning foreign languages with a partner (another student) during individual meetings. These are free of charge, which is what makes the program different from traditional private lessons.
- The form, place and frequency of your meetings depends on your own preferences.
- No experience is required — these are not professional classes. Above all Tandem should be a pleasure for both of the Tandem Partners as well as being an easy way for gaining knowledge about another country
- not from books but from a person like you.
English–Polish Dictionary — First aid kit: