UAlberta - U2 Ukraine (in Poland) - Summer Program

City: Warsaw Country: Poland

UAlberta - U2 Ukraine (in Poland) - Summer Program Website

The program will not be offered in 2024. 


What the Program has to offer:

  •  An exploratory program in its 2nd year that allows students the flexibility to experience the Ukrainian language and culture in one location.
  • Study at the University of Warsaw located in Warsaw, Poland which was named the European Best Destination of 2023.

The U2 Ukraine program is organized by the Department of Modern Languages and Cultural Studies with support from the Canadian Institute of Ukrainian Studies and Community organizations.

When Can I Go?

Terms Offered: Spring
Term and dates: May 13 - June 7, 2024

Eligibility Requirements

Open to: All post-secondary students (Some pre-requisites required, see website)
Level: Undergraduate

Program Information 

  • A four-week program focused on studying Ukrainian in Warsaw, a rich centre for Ukrainian culture, and also known for its architecture, museums, cultural sites and cuisine.
  • Students will have an opportunity to enroll in either Intermediate or Advanced language-level sections.
  • Collaboratively we will explore the “Ukrainian Warsaw” and its cultural aspects through a number of excursions, engagements with the Ukrainian community, workshops, and participation in Ukrainian events, including explorations of Ukrainian cuisine in Warsaw.


Ukrainian language (Intermediate or Advanced) 

Option A: 6 credits: Intermediate language proficiency

*6 credits: UKR 211 “Intermediate Ukrainian I” + SLAV 299 “Ukrainian Cultural Moments”

[UKR 112 pre-requisite or an equivalent language proficiency/consent of the department]

 Option B: ★ 6: credits Advanced Language Proficiency

*6 credits: UKR 300 “Ukrainian Through Its Living Culture ”

[UKR 212 pre-requisite or an equivalent language proficiency/consent of the department]

Note: students can also register for Advanced language proficiency option as UKR 400; please discuss with the instructor.



Fees & Costs

Education Abroad Nomination Fee: $250.00 CAD

Tuition based on *6 credits; airfare; reasonable living expenses and accommodations at the University of Warsaw. 

Additional program fees to be confirmed at a later date (cultural visits to Ukrainian sites).


Accommodation options in Warsaw for the duration of the program will be updated shortly.

Program Contact

University of Alberta International, Education Abroad 

Dr. Alla Nedashkivska,

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Funding Opportunities 

Students receive on average between $1,400-$2,000 in funding.

Over 80% of students who apply get funding.

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