Our Summer Program in Krakow, Poland
Polish Language & Culture
Hunter College, The Kosciuszko Foundation & Jagiellonian University
PLEASE NOTE: All Poland Summer 2013 Applicants
must hand in the original application along with 2 extra copies.
|Dates||July 4th, 2013 - August 1st, 2013|
CUNY Tuition is NOT included in the Program Fee.
|Application Deadline||March 18th, 2013 - for all students applying for the STOCS grant.
|Financial Aid||TAP, Pell, Gilman, Student Loans, Tomaszkiewicz-Florio Scholarship|
|Program Fee||$ 1,790.00 (estimate)|
$ 350.00 Application Fee & Deposit due with all application documents.
$ 1,440.00 Program Fee Balance due by April 26th, 2013
Program Fee includes: a shared room, 3 meals/day, cultural activities, excursions and international health insurance.
AIRFARE is NOT included in the program fee. All students are responsible for arriving at their study abroad location by the first day of the program, this may mean flying the day before.
The program, organized in cooperation with the Kosciuszko Foundation and offered at the prestigious Jagiellonian University, includes intensive Polish language instruction in the morning (available from beginner through advanced levels) and at least one of the afternoon lectures. A second lecture may be added at no extra cost.
Students live in double occupancy rooms at Dom Studenta "Piast", 5 tram stops from the Old Town, where the University is located. Meals are served three times a day in the dormitory cafeteria.
The classes will be complemented by guided tours of the Krakow's Old Town and the Wawel Royal Castle, as well as by excursions to such places as Pieniny Mountains for a raft ride on the Dunajec River, ski-resort town of Zakopane, Auschwitz Memorial, Wieliczka Salt Mines or Pieskowa Skala Castle.
Full-time students of Polish descent, who are US citizens or permanent residents and who have a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher, may apply for the Tomaszkiewicz-Florio scholarship. Please come to the Education Abroad Office (E1447) for more information.
Prof. Marysia Dzieduszycka
Russian and Slavic Studies
Education Abroad Office
E1447 Mon - Fri 9:30am - 5:30pm