The School of Polish Language and Culture is a department of The John Paul II Catholic University of Lublin (founded in 1918), which, during the communist regime, remained the only private institution of higher education in the whole Eastern bloc.
Through the 46 years of its existence, the School has been cooperating with such institutions as the University of Wisconsin, the University of New Hampshire, Chicago Public Schools, the Kosciuszko Foundation (USA) and the Robert Bosch Stiftung, Institut für Auslandsbeziehungen, DAAD (Germany).
All our teachers have academic backgrounds and many years of experience as teachers of Polish as aforeign language.
The School of Polish Language and Culture is a member of the national system of awarding certificates of Polish as a foreign language.
The School of Polish Language and Culture:
- a unique opportunity to learn the Polish language and get an insight into the Polish culture of over 1000 years
- one of the most experienced language training establishments in Poland
- credits transferable to most universities!
- excellent value at an affordable price!
The John Paul II Catholic University of Lublin:
Recognized world-wide as a prestigious private university, where students both from Poland and abroad can study in many different faculties
A historic city founded in the 14th century at the crossroads of Western and Byzantine cultures. Today, the biggest academic center in Eastern Poland, with 6 institutions of higher education.