Uniwersytet w Białymstoku Wydział Filologiczny
Plac Niezależnego Zrzeszenia Studentów 1
15-420 Białystok, Polska


The School of Polish Language and Culture POLLANDO was founded in September 2013. Its name originates from the international language Esperanto, where it means ‘Poland’.  It reflects a connection with the local tradition (Ludwik  Zamenhof, the creator of Esperanto, was born in Bialystok), and, at the same time, our openness towards other countries and cultures. Our offer is directed at both foreigners who wish to learn Polish and people with Polish origins who live abroad.

Esperanto was intended to be useful in international communication and easy to learn. Such is also Polish taught in POLLANDO – easy to learn and useful. Studying with us is fun and pleasure.


What are our lessons like?

we use the latest textbooks
for teaching Polish as a foreign language;
and we constantly train to improve our qualifications

our staff is experienced in teaching multinational
groups of students in different age groups

we teach through play, so you will never get bored

we teach all language skills: speaking, listening, reading,
and writing, together with elements of culture

the material taught is frequently revised

our teachers are open and friendly;
they have international experience in teaching Polish
to people with various cultural backgrounds