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					Dept. of Slavic Languages & Literature
University of Wisconsin-Madison
1306 Van Hise Hall
1220 Linden Drive
Madison, WI 53706
Tel: 608-262-3498
www.slavic.lss.wisc.edu
                                                                                               Polish

                                                                                                                    język
Why study Polish?

   •	   You	can	enter	the	world	of	your	ancestors	if	your	family	is	Polish,	Jewish,	Ukrainian,	Belarusian,	Russian,	or	German,	because		
   	    for	centuries	Poland	was	a	melting	pot	of	Europe.
   •	   You	can	enter	a	captivating	world	of	literature	that	often	reflects	the	difficult,	sometimes	painful,	but	always	fascinating	
   	    history	of	Poland	and	its	people.
   •	   You	can	enter	a	developing	market,	a	place	where	American	business	flourishes	and	awaits	educated	young	people.

Why study Polish at UW-Madison?

   •	   Polish	can	be	taken	to	fulfill	language	requirements.	
   •	   You	can	gain	16	retro-credits	if	you	take	Slavic	277:	fifth	semester	Polish.
   •	   Michael	and	Emily	Lapinski	Award	Scholarships	for	students	of	Polish	are	available;	the	scholarship	competition	will	be	
   	    announced	in	the	Spring	semester	in	Polish	language	classes.
   •	   UW-Madison	has	study	abroad	programs	in	Warsaw	and	in	Krakow.
   •	   A	Polish	Major	could	be	a	wonderful	addition	to	your	first	major,	especially	if	you	already	have	some	knowledge	of	the	
   	    language.

Courses Offered

   Fall	Semester
   	     	       SLAVIC	111			     First	Semester	Polish		
   	     	       SLAVIC	277			     Fifth	Semester	Advanced	Polish	(open	to	freshmen)		




   Enrollment and advising questions: Ewa Miernowska [miernows@wisc.edu]




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