CERTIFICATE STATE EXAM
THE POLISH LANGUAGE FOR FOREIGNERS
The Certificate Examination of Polish as a Foreign Language takes place several times a year, and the schedule of the examination sessions is announced by the State Commission for the Certification of Proficiency in Polish as a Foreign Language.
Schedule of examination sessions in 2022:
6 – 7 February (registration is closed)
26 – 27 March (registration is closed)
25 – 26 June (registration will start on 5th of May at 10 AM)
5 – 6 November
The State Certificate exam in the Polish language is recommended for foreigners who:
• Apply for Polish citizenship;
• Would like to study at Polish universities in Polish;
• Looking for a job in Poland;
• Would like to check their competences in the field of Polish language.
KLUB DIALOGU The Polish Language School for Foreigners has the status of a Centre authorised to conduct the State Certificate Examination at B1 level in an adult group.
The State Certificate Examination at level B1 lasts a maximum of 190 minutes and consists of
a written and an oral part. During the exam, skills such as:
• Listening comprehension;
• Understanding of written texts;
• Grammar correctness;
• Written statement;
• Oral statement.
|Registration for the exam||In order to register for the exam it’s necessary to fill out the APPLICATION FORM, available about 2 months before the exam.|
|Place of the exam||Warsaw|
|Supporting document required Candidate’s identity||Passport|
|Examination fee||Examination fee (level B1) – 150 €
Certificate fee – 20 €
The examination fee and the certificate must be paid once in Polish zlotys (PLN).
|Exam for people with special needs||We do not provide|
The candidate is obliged to register for the exam on time. Information containing the details of the exam will be sent to the candidate by e-mail (if there is no message, please check the SPAM folder).
APPLICATION FOR THE EXAM
REGISTRATION FORM is available HERE
Before sending the form, please check once again whether the given data is correct, in particular: name and surname and date of birth.
Warning! The document confirming the identity of the exam participant is a valid passport.