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Polish Language Exams

serwinv 5 | 11  
3 Aug 2008 /  #1
My problem is that in Hungary there's no possibility to take a professional (economic) language exam from Polish, only general exams are. If anyone knows a professional examination chance, please let me know.

Thank you in advance! :)
(It is important because of my graduation)
ArcticPaul 38 | 233  
3 Aug 2008 /  #2
Jagiellonian Uni, Krakow, (in partnership with Lubjiana, Slovenia) have developed Polish language exams that are recognised throughout Europe.

Prolog list some details on their website (

It's part of a larger plan, a European Framework (the full title of which escapes me).
'SOCRATES' in another title relating to these initiatives and examinations.
benszymanski 8 | 465  
3 Aug 2008 /  #3
Details of the European framework thingy: british-in-poland.blogspot/2008/03/polish-exams-for-foreigners.html
OP serwinv 5 | 11  
7 Aug 2008 /  #4
Wow! :)
Thank you for the answers! I didn't suppose so helpful people :)
As an addition I would have another question. In Hungary there are two types of the language exams: general and professional (e.g. economic ~ : the main topics are relating to economics, and it certificates your business language skills). In Poland are there any similar one to the second?

I tried to study this page: but it's over my Polish knowledge... :(

Thank you for everything!

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