Intensive language courses

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Academic Preparatory School (APS) offers one-year intensive language courses open to the public.

1. Each course lasts 2 semesters, i.e. 10 months. The classes are taught in small groups (not more than 12 students), Monday through Friday, usually between 9 a.m. and 2 p.m. Some courses start in mid-October and finish in mid-July, some start in early March and finish in late February. Students can choose whether they want to start in October or in March.
2. Each course is a package including 500 classroom hours of Polish and 300 classroom hours of English. The target proficiency level for both languages is B2.
3. The tuition fee for the entire course is € 2400. EU citizens may choose to pay in 10 monthly instalments, 240 Euros each. Citizens of other countries are supposed to pay up front for the entire course. The deadline for payment is specified in the Learning Agreement. PLEASE NOTE: We accept payment only in Euros.
4. The courses are open to the public, so everybody is welcome and the formalities are minimal. The documents the candidate is required to submit include:

  • – Filled-out candidate questionnaire – CLICK here
  • – Xerox copy of passport
  • – 2 signed copies of the Learning Agreement – CLICK here

After submitting scans of the above documents to APS Director the candidate has 7 working days to pay the tuition fee.

The tuition fee should be paid into the following account: PL 79 1240 6670 1978 0011 0985 2466
In the transaction’s description please write: „Language course – APS”.

5. Citizens of countries from outside the Schengen area who wish to receive a letter of acceptance, which they can submit while applying for the student visa, will receive the letter only after paying the tuition fee. If they are denied the student visa, WWSIS will reimburse them for the course after deducting 15% of the tuition fee (the charge for administrative costs), that is 360 Euros. In order to receive the refund the student must produce a written document from the Embassy, Consulate, or visa centre stating that s/he has been refused a student visa.
6. If you have any questions feel free to email APS Director, Mr Piotr Zazula:

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