The Polish language course for foreigners studying Biotechnology and Medical Biotechnology in English is compulsory from the winter semester of the first year and ends with an exam certifying language proficiency.
The Polish language course for BSc students lasts 180 hours, is carried out during three semesters (60 h / semester) and ends with an exam certifying language proficiency at the level of at least A2. A student earns 12 ECTS.
The Polish language course for MSc students lasts 60 hours, is carried out during two semesters (30 h / semester) and ends with an exam certifying language proficiency at the level of at least A1. A student earns 5 ECTS.
The B2+ English language course is compulsory for all students studying Medical Biotechnology starting from the winter semester of the second year. For passing the exam certifying language proficiency (B2+ level), a student receives 4 ECTS.
Foreign Students may take the exam certifying language proficiency at a proper or higher level at an earlier term than provided in their study schedule.
A foreign student may attend a foreign (excluding English) language course, at A1I (only Romance languages and German) or B1 level and within the 60-h limit.
Polish students studying BSc Biotechnology in English are obliged to complete a foreign (except English) language course (up to 180 h) in a chosen language and to pass an exam.
For passing the exam certifying language proficiency (no specified level), a student receives 12 ECTS.
Polish citizens, who do not speak Polish may attend Polish language classes under the same rules as foreigners. These circumstances require the permission of the programme coordinator (Dr Justyna Ciuraszkiewicz). Participation in Polish language classes results in that a Polish BSc student is awarded with 12 ECTS points and loses the right to attend other foreign language classes within full 180-hours limit.
Students receive only „pass” or „fail” grade at language courses.
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