Free preparation for NMT in Poland: an offer for Ukrainian graduates of 11th grade
11th-graders from Ukraine in Poland can prepare for the National Multi-Subject Test (NMT) for free. Find out more in which cities of the country this opportunity is available and how to register for courses
Eleventh-graders from Ukraine who are temporarily in Poland can prepare for the National Multi-Subject Test (NMT) for free. We tell you in which cities in Poland such an opportunity is available.
How to prepare for NMT for Ukrainian graduates in Poland?
The Unbreakable Ukraine Foundation offers free preparation for the National Multi-Subject Test (NMT) for Ukrainian students of 11th grade in twelve cities.
Classes are held offline in four main subjects:
• Ukrainian language;
• History of Ukraine;
You can attend all four subjects or one or more of your choice.
Schedule of training classes for NMT in Poland
Training takes place on Saturdays from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Groups consist of a maximum of 25 children. They are provided with free food twice a day - lunch and afternoon tea.
In addition, students are provided with the necessary textbooks (except English textbooks).
Currently, training courses for NMT are held in 7 cities: Warsaw, Krakow, Wroclaw, Gdansk, Poznań, Szczecin, Białystok.
Since February, the following cities have been added to the list: Łódź, Katowice, Bydgoszcz, Rzeszów and Lublin.
How to register for NMT training courses in Poland for students and teachers?
• If you want to enroll in preparatory courses, register here.
A sample application for registration for NMT preparation is available for Krakow, Warsaw and Wroclaw and a sample application for other cities.
• If you are a teacher and want to teach the Ukrainian language, history of Ukraine, mathematics or English, register using the link.
Addresses of locations where classes are held, by city:
▪ in Kraków: ul, Świętego Filipa 25, 31-150, Kraków;
▪ in Wroclaw: Aleja Wiśniowa, 1, 53-313, Wroclaw;
▪ in Warsaw: Aleja Jerozolimskie 179, 02-222, Warszawa;
▪ in Poznań:os. Jagiellońskie 128, 61-223 Poznań
▪ in Gdańsk: Morska Szkoła Podstawowa im. Aleksandra Doby in Gdańsk ul. ROGALIŃSKA 17; 80-809 GDAŃSK.
▪ in Szczecin: SP nr 3; street Reymonta 23, 71-276 Szczecin
▪ in Bialystok: SP. no. 2; ul. Bohaterów Monte Cassino 25, 15-893 Białystok.
We will remind you! Ukrainians currently living in Poland are not exempted from paying for communal services. Read about how much you need to pay for gas, electricity and water in 2023 and the features of utility payments in the country here.
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