1. Each course lasts 2 semesters, i.e. 10 months. The classes are taught in small groups (not more than 15 students), Monday through Friday, usually between 9 a.m. and 2 p.m. All the courses start in early October and finish in mid-July.
2. There are two languages on offer (Polish and English) and two target proficiency levels: elementary (A2) and advanced (B2).
3. It is our university’s policy to encourage students to learn two foreign languages. That is why each student is offered two language courses, but they pay only for one. So, for example, if they choose English, they get Polish for free. If they choose Polish, they get English for free. The class schedules are arranged in such a way as to make it easy for students to attend both courses.
4. Class attendance is not mandatory and will not be checked. The students are welcome to adapt their class schedule to their work schedule as they see fit.
5. The tuition fee for the entire course is 6300 Zloty (or 1500 Euro). Citizens of Schengen area countries may choose to pay in 10 monthly instalments, 630 Zloty 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.
6. The courses are open to the public, so everybody is welcome and the formalities are minimal. The documents that the candidate is required to submit include:
- Filled-out candidate questionnaire – CLICK here
- Xerox copy of passport
- In the case of underaged candidates (below 18 years of age) – a written consent for enrolling in an intensive language course run by WWSIS Academic Preparatory School, signed by the student’s parent or legal guardian.
- 2 signed copies of the Learning Agreement – CLICK here
After submitting the documents at the Dean’s Office the candidate has 7 working days to pay the tuition fee.
7. PLEASE NOTE: Citizens of countries from outside the Schengen area who wish to receive a letter of acceptance that they may submit while applying for the student visa can 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 10% of the tuition fee (the charge for the administrative costs), that is 630 Zloty. In order to receive the reimbursement the student must produce a written document from the Embassy, Consulate, or visa centre stating that s/he has been refused a student visa.
8. If you have any questions feel free to email the APS coordinator: email@example.com