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  • Locations: Krakow, Poland
  • Program Terms: Academic Year, Fall, Spring
  • Homepage: Click to visit
  • Restrictions: SMC-CA applicants only
  • This program is currently not accepting applications.
Dates / Deadlines:

There are currently no active application cycles for this program.
Fact Sheet:
Minimum GPA: 2.8 Eligible Class Standing: 2 Sophomore, 3 Junior, 4 Senior
Language of Instruction: English, Polish Study Abroad Program Type: Lasallian International Programs Consortium
Housing: Apartment (Single) Field of Study: English, Global Regional Studies, History, Polish, Politics
Program Description:


“To travel is to discover that everyone is wrong about other countries.” – Aldous Huxley

Krakow  -The market

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Program Highlights

  • Spend a semester studying and living in Krakow, Poland which is one of the cities included in UNESCO's World Heritage Sites!
  • This program allows students to take courses in English from its Interdisciplinary Program in Humanities and Social Sciences
  • Students can explore Krakow by foot or using the tram system


API Krakow offered courses
SMC Krakow pre-approved courses (coming soon....)

Eligibility Requirements

  • At least sophomore year standing (junior for some programs), SMC, Exchange & Lasallian programs meet senior residence requirements;
  • An average of a 2.8 minimum cumulative AND major GPA;
  • Confirmation of a clear record of disciplinary conduct with Residence Life

Application Process

  • Click on the "Apply Now" button on top right hand of this page to begin the process
  • Deadlines: March 1st for Academic Year/Fall Semester start programs and October 1st for Spring Semester start programs
  • Selection results will be announced early April for Academic Year/Fall Semester start programs and early November for Spring Semester start programs
  • Study abroad deposit ($600) will be due upon acceptance


2018-2019 Semester Fees

*Tuition & Fees include tuition and medical insurance  
Tuition and Fees $23,565
Room (Board NOT included) $5,320
Travel (Estimated International Flight) $1,500
Student Visa $100
Books (Estimated) $550
Personal Expenses (Estimated) $1,100
Study Abroad Deposit (due one month after acceptance) $600
Security/Housing Deposit N/A
Application Fee N/A
Study Abroad Fee $30

*NOTE: Tuition does not include excursion/lab/material fees associated with courses taken. Students are charged additional related course fees directly.
For Scholarship Resources please click HERE. 

Host University

Jagiellonian Univeristy
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This Lasallian International Program is offered through Lewis University in coordination with Academic Programs International (API).  This unique program allows students to study at Jagiellonian University one of the most prestigious universities in Poland, studying Polish language, and taking courses in English from its Interdisciplinary Program in Humanities and Social Sciences.  The curriculum of the IPHSS program is designed to encourage an exchange of ideas and experience. The program focuses on the most significant issues of modern philosophy, anthropology, history, literary theories, art history and psychology. The main emphasis is placed on the modern and interdisciplinary character of 20th century cultural phenomena. 


You will live in student apartments, which are located within the historical center of the city, generally 25-30 minutes walking distance or 15-20 minutes by tram to Jagiellonian University. Each apartment will typically have 2-3 single or double bedrooms, a shared bathroom, and a living area. Each unit is furnished, includes its own kitchen, and has a washing machine.  Meals are not included in the program charge. For more information click HERE.


No previous knowledge of Polish is required to participate in the program. Students will take one Polish language course. For the remaining credits, students can choose from a variety of courses offered in English by the university.

This program is currently not accepting applications.