Glossa Polish Language School

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For many visitors to Poland, Cracow is the most famous and glorious town in this country. In Cracow, everybody can find something for themselves. Apart from magnificent gothic, renaissance and baroque architecture and very interesting museums, there are hundreds of pubs, cafes and superb restaurants. Moreover, there are lots of cultural events in summertime such as: The Festival of Opera, Jazz, Street Theatres, Jewish Culture etc.

The School of Polish Language for Foreigners GLOSSA was established in 1997, and was one of the first institutions teaching Polish as a foreign language. Each year hundreds of students from all over the world enjoy our top quality courses.

Glossa is situated on the ground floor and the second floor of a historic building erected at the turn of the 19th and 20th century. Classes are held in 7 spacious, bright rooms equipped with CD/DVDs, videos, beamers and white boards. There is also a study room with library and free internet access. Since beginning of June 2014 students will have a nice garden at their disposal.

Our team is made up of qualified professionals, who have been teaching Polish as a foreign language with commitment and passion for many years. As trainers, they’ve conducted various diff erent types of methodological teacher training courses both in Poland and abroad.

Our teachers are the authors of the popular series of coursebooks ”Polski, krok po kroku” as well as the materials which make up the e-learning platform

Glossa employs full-time administrative staff dedicated to their work – they arrange accommodation, cultural activities and bookings.

Summer School of Polish Language and Culture, General Polish, Mini Group General Polish, Business Polish, Individual Tuition, Courses for Executives, Combined Courses (group+individual)

Our programme is based on 6 different levels: from A1 to C2.

The classes are small, with average of 4 students per group. This helps to ensure that the students are given personal attention and the opportunity for self expression.

Our students come from all over the world, usually there are no more than two students of the same nationality in a group.