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The idea of the POLISH FOR PROFESSIONALS project arose just after Poland had joined the EU in 2004. The extension of the EU territory opened new cooperation opportunities and intensified Poland’s professional and cultural relations with other countries worldwide. A new group of clients emerged, for whom Polish is a tool in their career. The new opportunities and needs were noticed by KOMUNIKA Institute for Successful Communication, where the POLISH FOR PROFESSIONALS project came into being and is carried out. (The project is one of the enterprises of the Institute, which prepares and delivers services in the field of widely understood communication, such as training sessions, mediations, translations, etc.)

London (pronunciation ; IPA: /ˈlʌndən/) is the largest urban area and capital of England and the United Kingdom. At its core, the ancient City of London, to which the name historically belongs, still retains its limited mediaeval boundaries; but since at least the 19th century the name “London” has also referred to the whole metropolis which has developed around it.[7] Today the bulk of this conurbation forms the London region of England[8] and the Greater London administrative area,[9] with its own elected mayor and assembly.[10]

An important settlement for two millennia, London’s history goes back to its founding by the Romans. Since its settlement, London has been the centre of many important movements and phenomena throughout history such as the English Renaissance, the Industrial Revolution, and the Gothic Revival. In light of this, the city has become one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world which has increased over the years due to the city’s economic growth.[11] London boasts four World Heritage Sites; these are Palace of Westminster, the Tower of London, the historic settlement of Greenwich, and the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. It is one of the world’s leading business, financial, and cultural centres,[12] and its influence in politics, education, entertainment, media, fashion and the arts all contribute to its status as a major global city.[13]

London has an official population of 7,512,400 (as of mid-2006) within the boundaries of Greater London[2] and is the most populous municipality in the European Union. The urban area of London extends beyond the limits of Greater London and has a population of 8,278,251 (as of 2001).[3] The metropolitan area is estimated to have a population of between 12 and 14 million.[4][5] London’s diverse population draws from a wide range of peoples, cultures, and religions, and over 300 different languages are spoken within the city.[14] It is an international transport hub, with five major international airports serving the area and a large port. It serves as the largest aviation hub in the world,[15] and the multi-terminal Heathrow Airport carries more international passengers than any other airport in the world.[16]

Home to a range of universities, colleges and schools, London has a student population of about 378,000[113] and is a centre of research and development. Most primary and secondary schools in London follow the same system as the rest of England.

With 125,000 students, the University of London is the largest contact teaching university in the United Kingdom and in Europe.[114] It comprises 20 colleges as well as several smaller institutes, each with a high degree of autonomy. Constituent colleges have their own admissions procedures, and are effectively universities in their own right, although most degrees are awarded by the University of London rather than the individual colleges. Its constituents include multi-disciplinary colleges such as UCL, King’s and Royal Holloway and more specialised institutions such as the London School of Economics, SOAS, the Royal Academy of Music and the Institute of Education.

Imperial College London and UCL have been ranked among the top ten universities in the whole world by The Times Higher Education Supplement: in 2007 Imperial was ranked the 5th best and UCL the 9th best university in the world.[115]

London’s other universities, such as Brunel University, City University, London Metropolitan University, Imperial College London, Middlesex University, University of East London, the University of Westminster and London South Bank University, are not part of the University of London. Some were polytechnics until these were granted university status in 1992, and others which were founded much earlier. London is also known globally for its business education, with the London Business School (ranked 1st in Europe – Business Week) and Cass Business School (Europe’s largest finance school) both being top world-rated business schools.

London is home to many museums, galleries, and other institutions which are major tourist attractions as well as playing a research role. The Natural History Museum (biology and geology), Science Museum and Victoria and Albert Museum (fashion and design) are clustered in South Kensington‘s “museum quarter”, while the British Museum houses historic artefacts from around the world. The British Library at St Pancras is the UK’s national library, housing 150 million items.[116] The city also houses extensive art collections, primarily in the National Gallery, Tate Britain and Tate Modern. See the list of museums in London.

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Individual Course Profile:

This will be an individual tailor-made general language course that acknowledges the learner’s specific aims and needs with the target language. Its content will be academically sound and will promote and lead towards long term aims with the language (unless specified differently by the participant). All teachers are fully qualified, native speakers and classes will be communicative, challenging and fun, both engaging and stretching you. Although the emphasis will be on speaking and listening, grammar will be included and taught in context (unless specified differently by the participant). Our courses are monitored throughout, and feedback is gathered and acted upon by Cactus.

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After booking you will receive a link to our Needs Analysis form and the online Language Level Tests. This will help us to prepare your course and all the information will be passed on to your teacher.

These courses are general language courses; however, if you have a very general business need, without the need for specific high level vocabulary, this course is also appropriate. They key to its success is for you to communicate your needs and aims to us clearly.

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