Foundation for Somalia acting for the integration of migrants with Polish society, pays particular attention to the organization and conduct Polish language lessons. Thanks to this, not only foreigners can feel more confident and safer in the new reality, but also have a chance to fully understand the messages in public space, the place of work and residence.

Our teachers are people with many years of experience working with foreigners who effectively use innovative teaching methods. This allows students to quickly learn the basics of the Polish language, culture and traditions, which in the long-term strengthens their sense of belonging and bonds with their surroundings.

After the course graduates can freely communicate in Polish. The courses prepare you to take up work and enable you to contact not only your employer and coworkers, but also your possible clients.

When can you sign up?

You can sign up for a Polish language course only during the recruitment process announced on the Foundation’s website and on the FB.

How can you sign up?

To enroll in a course, you must take part in the recruitment procedure by completing the application form and by visiting us for a short interview in the Foundation’s office. Recruitment takes place before each course. The hours and days of interviews are given during recruitment. There is no recruitment during the course!

Information about recruitment can be found in the tab: NEWS in the main menu.

More information:
jolanta@fds.org.pl, tel .: +48 22 658 04 87

Polish language lessons are an integral part of activities for foreigners in Mazovia, which also include consultation and advisory points, legal, psychological and professional advice, as well as intercultural lessons and integration events for foreigners and the host society in the form of workshops, meetings and intercultural and integration events.

The project “Support for the integration of foreigners in Mazovia” is co-financed from the National Program of the Asylum, Migration and Integration Fund.

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