Incoming students

If you are interested in studying at the Stanisław Moniuszko Academy of Music in Gdańsk as an exchange student, here you will find all the necessary information and forms for your application.

The application should include:

  • Nomination Letter from the applicant’s home university
  • Student Application Form
  • Learning Agreement (2 copies)
  • Audio or video recording (see below)

The application form and the learning agreement can be downloaded from our website.

The recording should contain:

for instrumental and vocal faculties

  • at least three contrasting pieces

for music education

  • one piece performed on  the piano
  • one piece performed on any instrument
  • one vocal piece

for choir conducting

  • one piece performed on the piano
  • one piece performed on any instrument
  • one vocal piece
  • a video showing conducting skills

for jazz specializations (instrumental or vocal)

  • at least three contrasting pieces

The deadline for the winter semester is April 15th and for the summer semester is November 15th. Please remember, that you have to send your application through your Erasmus Office at home.

Practical Information

Gdańsk – the capital of Pomerania and a port at the mouth of the river Vistula, a trading city with a thousand year old rich and sometimes dramatic history, is widely known for it’s architectural monuments, especially Gothic and Renaissance. It lies on land and sea trading routes connecting Scandinavia and northern Europe to the middle and western part of the Continent. That resulted in wealth and cultural variety. Thanks to that – despite the huge damages caused by World War II – Gdańsk is still a vivid maritime, economic, scientific and cultural centre, as well as a tourist attraction.

Gdańsk has over 450 thousand inhabitants. It is practically a part of a bigger city complex – the Tricity – consisting also of Sopot and Gdynia. The whole urban area spreads from Pruszcz Gdański to Wejherowo and it adds up to about 850 thousand residents  what creates the biggest and most modern centre in northern Poland.

In the Tricity one can find the opera, musical theatre, dramatic theatre, symphonic orchestras, ancient music ensembles, numerous museums, libraries and publishing houses. There are also numerous higher educational institutions including the University of Gdańsk, University of Technology, Maritime University, Medical University, Academy  of Physical Education and Sport, and – besides the Academy of Music – The Academy of Fine Arts. 

Detailed information:
prof. Elżbieta Rosińska
phone: +4858 300 92 13
mobile: +48 609 390 133
mgr Joanna Bogusz