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  • Locations: Krakow, Poland
  • Program Terms: Summer
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Fact Sheet:
Fact Sheet:
Program Advisor: Krystal Williams (kmcphe1@uic.edu) Program Model: Direct Enrollment
Program Features: Study Click here for a definition of this term Academic Areas: History, Literature, Polish Studies
Open to Non-Degree: No Academic Standing: Undergraduate
Class Eligibility: 02-Sophomore Mininum GPA: 2.5
Click here for a definition of this term Language of Instruction: English, Polish Language Prerequisite: none
Provider Sponsor: Jagiellonian University
Program Description:

In the summer of 2011 the School will offer three-, four- and six-week programs. Within each program you can take the Polish language course and/or up to four additional courses from the list below. Make sure that the courses you choose do not overlap and that they are taught during your participation in the program (please check dates carefully)!


A – four-week program

Dates: July 4–31. Altogether 28 days, 20 days of classes

Arrival date: Sunday, July 3. Check-in time: after 4:00 p.m.

Departure date: Sunday, July 31

Intensive Polish Language course: 75 hours, 5 credits/5 ECTS points

Non-intensive Polish Language course: 45 hours, 3 credits/3 ECTS points


B – six-week program

Dates: July 4–August 14. Altogether 42 days, 30 days of classes

Arrival date: Sunday, July 3. Check-in time: after 4:00 p.m.

Departure date: Sunday, August 14

Intensive Polish Language course: 120 hours, 8 credits/8 ECTS points


C – three-week program

Dates: July 4–24. Altogether 21 days, 15 days of classes

Arrival date: Sunday, July 3. Check-in time: after 4:00 p.m.

Departure date: Sunday, July 24. Check-out time: before 10:00 a.m.


D – three-week program

ates: July 25–August 14. Altogether 21 days, 15 days of classes

Arrival date: Sunday, July 24. Check-in time: after 4:00 p.m.

Departure date: Sunday, August 14th


11:00 a.m.–1:30 p.m.

ART Polish Art: Past and Present; July 4–26, 45 hours

3:00–4:30 p.m.

HIST History of Poland; July 4–22, 30 hours

HISTPL Historia Polski; in Polish; 4–22 lipca, 30 godzin

JEWS The Jews in Poland; July 4–22, 30 hours

POL Dlaczego ten jezyk jest taki skomplikowany? in Polish;

14–22 lipca, 15 godzin

LIT2 Doswiadczenie historii i sztuka. Wyklady o polskiej

kulturze wspólczesnej; in Polish, 25 lipca–3 sierpnia; 15 godzin

SOC Contemporary Poland and Her Society in the 21st Century;

July 25–August 3, 15 hours

5:00–6:30 p.m.

CULT Polish Culture: Lessons in Polish Literature; July 4–22, 30 hours

LIT1 Literatura polska XX wieku in Polish; 4–22 lipca, 30 godzin

TRANS Communism and Post-Communist Transformation in East-Central Europe; July 4–22, 30 hours

SCE Kurs przygotowawczy do zdawania panstwowego egzaminu certyfikatowego, in Polish, in July, 14 godzin

GRAM Polish Grammar; July 25–August 12, 30 hours

8:30 p.m

FILM Polish Film: Selected Topics; July 7–August 8, several video presentations with introductions/handouts

Accommodation

Students will live in a "PIAST" dormitory in double rooms (with one bathroom per two rooms), fully equipped with towels, sheets etc. At the dormitory there is a club, cafeteria and post office, as well as a newspaper and souvenir stall. The participant can access the Internet inside his/her room, using his/her own properly configured laptop.

The number of single rooms is limited. Accommodation in such rooms is possible upon prior reservation made on an application form (on a first come, first served basis); upon arrival – only if available. There is one bathroom per two rooms. 

Board

Meals are served three times a day in the students' cafeteria. Special dietary arrangements are possible for vegetarians.