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Rating: 4.5

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Rating: 4.6

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Rating: 3.8

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The Polish Language school in Sopot, also known as The Sopot School of Polish for Foreigners, is very well established within the educational community. The school is located in the centre...

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Intensive Polish Course - 20 lessons per week | Max. group size: 10
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What our students said about Sopot

Rating: 4/5


Pretty town by the sea located a few kilometers from the beautiful city of Gdansk.


Most recent student reviews of language schools in Sopot

Rating: 4.5

4.5 | 21 reviews

Professional and well organized.
Great teacher, useful classes in a familiar atmosphere.

24 August 2020
Course: Intensive Plus Polish Course - 1 week
Student age: 66 years


Rating: 4.5

4.5 | 21 reviews

I liked the small class sizes and the familiar atmosphere.
Very, very friendly people!

24 April 2019
Course: Intensive Polish Course - 1 week
Student age: 57 years


Rating: 4.5

4.5 | 21 reviews

I was there at the end of September, which is still considered high season, but the number of students in the group was quite small, 2-4 people.
Nice and easy-going girls. The atmosphere is friendly and homely.

29 October 2018
Course: Intensive Polish Course - 1 week
Student age: 22 years


Rating: 4.5

4.5 | 21 reviews

That you could ask for things even outside of the lesson

27 August 2018
Course: Intensive Polish Course - 2 weeks
Student age: 20 years

Karol Henryk

Rating: 4.5

4.5 | 21 reviews

I liked the friendly and professional staff and their willingness to be flexible in terms of which group you worked with. The teacher paced the lessons appropriately and most importantly, listened to feedback from individuals who were at different levels. I chose my own accommodation but saw where a friend on the course was staying and the place was beautiful (really spacious and the owner was lovely). Most of all, I liked that the school considered ways to ensure the groups could meet to talk and get to know each other. Realistically, these types of courses are completed by people who yes, want to learn the language, but also want to immerse themselves in the language while spending time with others doing the same - i.e. socialising is such a huge part of the course and although the school cannot guarantee you will meet people you can spend time with, they can certainly do a lot to facilitate this and I thought they did this really well by having two breaks during the day (one 30 minutes long so plenty of time to get to know each other and figure out who you get along with as well as to nip to the local shop to practise your Polish in the real world!) - I made a couple of great friends who I know I will keep in touch with and actually spent my time practising Polish and learning about the cultures of Czech Republic, Slovakia, Ukraine, Switzerland, Italy (and more about Germany too). We were all at different levels in our Polish studies and were able to practise some of what we had learned together. Again, this is not something you pay for as it cannot be included in the course but I do think it's worth mentioning because not all schools will consider how to ensure opportunities for 'mingling'. I was very happy with the course, I got exactly what I expect from courses like these and I will return as soon as time and money permit. Also: Sopot is stunning so the school could not be better located.
I loved my experience and definitely recommend the school (and will be returning) - I would offer only one or two suggestions for improvement which would be to update the technology used - I wouldn't expect full lessons to be added to PowerPoint (because I have to do this as a teacher myself and it is an enormous waste of time) but perhaps words you know for sure you will write on the board, could be on a slide to avoid wasting time writing them on the board by hand. I would also recommend more opportunities to practise what has been learned in an interactive manner so actually going outside (weather permitting) to practise directions or through the use of task-based conversations in class (prompt cards dictating how the conversation should flow and what details you should uncover). We all want to get to the point of being conversational because we can practise the grammar in our own time so a better balance of 'learn and practise' would be ideal.

21 August 2018
Course: Intensive Polish Course - 1 week
Student age: 32 years

England UK

Rating: 4.5

4.5 | 21 reviews

The seriousness of the Polish teacher. Progress in Polish

13 November 2017
Course: Intensive Plus Polish Course - 1 week
Student age: 52 years


Rating: 4.5

4.5 | 21 reviews

The teachers are very nice and flexible timewise.

26 October 2015
Course: Intensive Polish Course - 2 weeks
Student age: 26 years


Rating: 4.5

4.5 | 21 reviews

The flexibility in the course selection. Very good teaching style of Agata.

10 August 2015
Course: Intensive Plus Polish Course - 1 week
Student age: 53 years


Key Facts about Sopot

Sopot: Sun, sea and sand Sopot is where Poland comes to relax and is Poland’s Riviera. With several miles of fine, golden sand on offer backed by a sand dune that has been colonised by long grasses and wild roses its a national gem. Its long wooden pier extends into the Bay of Gdańsk which is perfect for a long stroll and since the city was originally a spa town the air is so clean it seems sweet and breathing it is as if you are trying on a nice new pair of lungs. In town, the Crooked House is a surreal building modelled on fairy-tale illustrations and shouldn't be missed.

Population: 41,000

Time zone: +11h. (GMT +1)

Region: Pomeranian Voivodeship, Sopot

Currency: PLN (1 PLN = 0.2680 USD)

Sopot quality of life rating:

Rating: 4.7

4.7 (21 reviews by our former students)

Visa: Nationals from USA do not require a visa to study short term courses up to 90 days. Check visa requirements for nationals from other countries.

High season: July

Low season: December

Average course price per week (High season): 155 €

Average course price per week (Low season): 134 €

Cost of Living:
  • Big Mac price (Poland average):10.60 PLN (51% cheaper than in USA)
    Mains electricity:
    • Plug Type C
    • Plug Type E
    • Residential voltage: 230 V
    • Frequency: 50 Hz

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    Events in SopotBest time to take a language course in Sopot

    Baltic Sail
    Baltic Sail

    June 2021A great festival taking place in the harbour of Gdansk where boats and ships gather to celebrate the city's history of naval culture and traditions.

    International Festival of Street Theatre
    International Festival of Street Theatre

    July 2021During this immensely popular event, the streets of the city of Gdansk become the stage for all kinds of dramatic presentations for everyone to watch.

    St. Dominic's Fair
    St. Dominic's Fair

    July 2021 - August 2021A traditional summer event dating back to the Middle Ages, St. Dominic's Fair is one of the biggest artistic and cultural events in Poland. Artisans gather at Gdansk and sell traditional products or works of art in the countless stands.

    Shakespeare Festival
    Shakespeare Festival

    July 2021 - August 2021On the first week of August every year, the Shakespeare Festival is held in Gdansk. Productions of works by the most famous British playwright ever, acted and directed by the greatest players in the world. The biggest theatrical event in Poland.

    What to do in Sopot

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    Arrival Airport

    Gdańsk Lech Wałęsa (GDN) - 9 km. from Sopot city center

    Public transportation to city center:

    Every 20 minutes, 42,00 PLN, 45 minutes.

    Main stops: Gdansk Port Lotniczy, Gdansk Wrzeszcz + Gdansk Wrzeszcz, Sopot

    Every 60 minutes, 5,00 €, 45 minutes.

    Main stops: Port Lotniczy, Sopot Chopina

    Taxi: 55 PLN, 20 minutes drive to city center of Sopot

    Direct international flights from:
    • United Kingdom: Aberdeen, Birmingham, Doncaster Sheffield, Glasgow International, Liverpool, London Luton, London Stansted
    • Ireland: Dublin

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