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Summer School
Jesuit University Ignatianum in Krakow
1-14 July 2018

https://www.ignatianum.edu.pl/summer-school

 

About Jesuit University Ignatianum in Krakow

Situated in the heart of Krakow, Ignatianum – as a Jesuit university – has become a part of more than 450 years of educational tradition of the Society of Jesus. Currently, Jesuits run their schools and universities in 27 countries on almost all continents, thus being one of the largest international educational networks.
The roots of Jesuit University Ignatianum go back to the 1930s. Educating lay students began in the last decades of the 20th century. At present, there are more than 3000 students and 11 fields of study within the scope of humanities and social sciences.

Summer School at Jesuit University Ignatianum in Krakow

Offered by Jesuit University Ignatianum in Krakow, the cultural project Summer School organised from 1st July to 14th July 2018 is directed first of all towards youth (of age) and students from Polish communities abroad. Classes devoted to the Polish culture, Polish language workshops and sightseeing tours of Krakow and its surroundings (all in English) will allow the participants to get to know the culture of ancient and contemporary Poland (cf. Programme for Ignatianum Summer School). Krakow – the seat of Polish kings and the cultural capital of Poland, the city full of an antique charm, the bishop’s capital of St John Paul II – is an ideal destination to organise this kind of enterprise.

• Project duration: 1-14 July 2018
• Number of participants: a maximum of 30 persons
• Participants’ age: a minimum of 18 years of age
• Language of courses and tours: English
• Intensive course of Polish language
• costs per person: 950 EUR / 1150 USD / 3970 PLN
Full-price funding on the part of participants (includes: accommodation in the city centre in rooms with two/three beds, full board, lectures and workshops, sightseeing tours of Krakow and its surroundings with a guide, entry tickets for museums, public transport in Krakow)
• Transport to Krakow as well as visas for Poland to be obtained and paid by participants on their own

Registration procedure:
Preliminary registration at: [email protected] by 30th April 2018 (first come first served basis)

• Preliminary registration requires a non-returnable registration fee: 100 EUR / 110 USD / 400 PLN, to be transferred by 30th April 2018 to:

SWIFT CODE / BIC: ALBPPLPW
Bank Account Number IBAN: PL 94 2490 0005 0000 4600 9871 1366
Bank Account Holder:
AKADEMIA IGNATIANUM W KRAKOWIE
UL. KOPERNIKA 26,
31-501 KRAKÓW
POLAND

Address of the Bank Branch:
BANK ALIOR SA O/KRAKÓW
UL. PILOTÓW 2
31-462 KRAKÓW
POLAND

• Money transfers need to include the following information: Summer School and participant’s full name
• The registration fee is included in the overall costs of the Summer School
• The full price, at the same time being the confirmation of the final registration of the participant, to be transferred by 31st May 2018 to the bank account (see the number above)
• Participants with special diets need to mark their food requirements during final registration

Contact person:
Joanna Zubel
Jesuit University Ignatianum in Krakow
e-mail: [email protected]

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Programme for Summer School of Jesuit University Ignatianum in Krakow
(1-14 July 2018)

• July 1st (Sunday evening): arrival, check-in

• July 2nd (Monday):
workshops
sightseeing tour of Krakow with a guide (The Old Town)

• July 3rd (Tuesday):
workshops
sightseeing tour of Krakow with a guide (Kazimierz)

• July 4th (Wednesday):
workshops
sightseeing tour of Krakow with a guide (The Wawel Castle)

• July 5th (Thursday):

workshops
sightseeing tour of Krakow with a guide (Łagiewniki – The Sanctuary of the Divine Mercy and the Centre of John Paul II)

• July 6th (Friday):

workshops
trip to Wadowice (The Museum of John Paul II), on the way back Kalwaria
Zebrzydowska – sightseeing with a guide

• July 7th (Saturday):
trip to Zakopane

• July 8th (Sunday):
a free day

• July 9th (Monday):
workshops
trip to the Wieliczka Salt Mine – sightseeing with a guide

• July 10th (Tuesday):
workshops
Krakow (The Museum of Oskar Schindler)

• July 11th (Wednesday):
trip to Oświęcim (The National Museum Auschwitz-Birkenau in Oświęcim) – sightseeing with a guide
Częstochowa (The Jasna Góra Sanctuary)
• July 12th (Thursday):

workshops
Krakow (Nowa Huta) – sightseeing with a guide

• July 13th (Friday):

workshops with the final test on Polish language
cruise on the Vistula River to Tyniec

• July 14th (Saturday morning): departure