helping American students interested in study
abroad in Poland or Polish Studies in the US
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Polish Studies at University of Pennsylvania
The University of Pennsylvania is a historic Ivy League school with highly selective admissions. Polish Studies at this university are limited to elementary and intermediate language instruction and a Study Abroad program at the Warsaw School Of Economics.
Study abroad in Poland
Warsaw School Of Economics: For the twelfth year, Penn Summer
Abroad offers an exciting program in Warsaw, Poland. Courses (in English) will
be taught by the faculty of the Warsaw School of Economics (formerly Central
School of Planning and Statistics), the largest and oldest economic university
in Poland. The main goal of the program is to acquaint students with the
social, economic and political problems of the country in transition from the
totalitarian to the democratic system, both through courses and through personal
experience. Class instruction is complemented by visits to such places as the
Ministry of Finance, the Parliament, the Warsaw Stock Exchange, the Presidential
Palace and the National Bank of Poland as well as short-term internships with
American or joint venture institutions.@
Polish Study Abroad Courses
- Economics 068 Polish Economy: Strategic Questions of Expanding Market Oriented System in Poland
- COURSE DESCRIPTION:
The main goal of the course is to present the Polish economy after eleven years of
establishing the market oriented system
- Political Science 198: Polish Society and Politics. @
- COURSE DESCRIPTION: The aim of the course
is to provide students with an understanding of the Polish changing political system
and of the attitudes and aspirations of the Poles as related to these changes.
- SLAV 501-2. Elementary Polish I, II @
- COURSE DESCRIPTION: Grammar and vocabulary
study, reading, and practice in conversation, pronunciation, and writing on
an elementary level, reading and translation of simplified Polish prose and
COURSE INSTRUCTOR: Sachs, E.
- SLAV 503-4 Intermediate Polish I, II @
- COURSE DESCRIPTION: Emphasis on vocabulary
building, conversation and reading skills. Grammar review.
COURSE INSTRUCTOR: Sachs, E.
Adjunct Lecturer in Polish, University of Pennsylvania
(215) 898-0728 / Fax: . . . / E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Program Director Penn in Warsaw
POLAND RELATED SCHOLARSHIP:
META-FACULTY - Faculty who have studied and/or taught at Polish institutions of higher education
- Wasik, Mariusz A., Pathology and Laboratory Medicine,
University of Pennsylvania @
- M.D., Wroclaw Medical Academy
Phone: (215) 662-3467 / Fax: . . ./ E-Mail: email@example.com
MAJOR INTERESTS: Identification and characterization
of oncoproteins which contribute to transformation of T lymphocytes and development
of malignant lymphoma.
Penn Polish Society: a student club started with the intent of providing students of Polish heritage an opportunity to gather together
and enjoy their Polish culture. Contact: Cezary Pietrzak, President. email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Last updated 10/02/02