About College


The Samuel Bogumił Linde College of Modern Languages (PCML) is a private vocational institution of higher education. It offers an extensive variety of courses at different levels of advancement.

The School started its educational activity in June 2000. There were 568 students of English and German Philology in this first year.

Today, it has become the largest private language studies college in Poland. We have over 1,500 students on bachelors, masters and other undergraduate and postgraduate studies. Our Students come from the whole country, including such remote areas as the northeast and southeast regions of Poland. There are also foreign students at the College, who come from Ukraine, Germany, France, Turkey, etc.


The College has a defined human resources policy. It is among its objectives to develop a highly specialized staff of academic teachers with extensive teaching experience. In this way the Students are assured high standards of learning.

At present the College employs

60 members of faculty including a Professors and Doctors

8 native speakers from Great Britain, Japan, China, Spain, France.

The College has gathered the best professionals, linguists from the University in Poznan and practitioners in the most popular professions - journalists, specialists in IT, tourism and economics.


The Students have classes in two College buildings located in the center of Poznan:

  • St. Martin Street 59
  • 27 Grudnia street 17/19

An efficient public transportation system provides for fast connections even with the most remote parts of the city. The main railroad station and international bus stations are located in close vicinity to the College. The city center is also connected with the Lawica Airport facilitating easy transportation also for the Students residing in other towns or countries.

Classrooms are dedicated for small groups and lecture rooms are equipped with audiovisual equipment to facilitate learning and make it more attractive.

In all the College buildings the Students have access to PC stations and the Internet. The sources for their academic work are also provided by the College library.

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