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Polish courses in Warsaw with Language International
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What type of Polish course are you looking for?


General Polish courses

General Polish courses are for adults who want to improve their speaking, listening, reading, and writing skills in Polish. Most general Polish courses are for adults age 16 and up. 2 - 48 week courses available. Most courses average 30 classes per week.


Business Polish courses

One-to-one business Polish lessons are for business executives and professionals who want to learn Polish as quickly as possible with customized lessons and a private Polish teacher.


Professional Polish courses

Professional Polish courses are for professionals who want to study Polish in a specific area, such as business, medicine, law, aviation, and hospitality.


Specialty Polish courses

Specialty Polish courses are for those who want to study Polish and take part in activities, such as sports, arts, food, and more.

Questions and answers

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"Have you handled students from Saudi Arabia?"

Dyan Test, student from USA
We are very well versed with Saudi students, we actually currently have 50-60 students.
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"Have you worked with government sponsored students before? Are you familiar with the process?"

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, Open Hearts Language Academy school representative
Yes, we ONLY close for christmas break otherwise we are open and able to accept students. Yes, we have sponsored students from Libya and we are very familiar with the process as we worked with the Libyan Embassy for awhile now.
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"Do Ukrainians have some sort of an agreement with Poland so they don't need visas, or do they still need a schengen? If so, do they need to have the original copies of the letter of acceptance, or can they use the electronic versions by email?"

Мария Ризун, student from Ukraine
According to law, Ukrainians need a visa to come to Poland, sometimes email version of enrollment confirmation is enough but sometimes the embassy requires an original one, so it depends on you. Our school provides such confirmation after we get 100% course fee. We can send you our school policy that includes what are our rules of preparing a visa confirmation.
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