Students who have completed a full academic year of Polish language study and who pass a pre-program placement test may select a 4- or 6-week abroad option. Pitt’s exchange program with the Prolog Language School in Kraków is the five-star way to study Polish in Poland. Prolog brings rave reviews year after year because of the dedication of its teachers, its cutting-edge textbooks, and its wide-ranging offerings of tours and optional after-school activities, at no additional cost. Prolog's language instructors are graduates of the highly-regarded Jagiellonian University Polish Language and Literature Department. According to placement tests students are placed in one of six levels of study, alongside students from all over the European Union, making for a cosmopolitan and high-quality peer group. According to individual preference, housing choices range from placement with a Polish family to spacious private apartments in easy walking distance of Kraków’s Old Town. No one has ever been disappointed with a stay in Poland at Prolog. Courses are registered with the University of Pittsburgh, so that credits transfer automatically to American institutions with no delay or bureaucracy.