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Faculty II – Instrumental Faculty

Dean
prof. Elżbieta Rosińska
Office hours:
Mondays, Thursdays – 12:00 PM  1:00 PM
room 209, Red Building
tel. (+48 58) 300 92 20

Deputy Dean
ad. dr hab. Elżbieta Pasierowska-Kołodziej
Office hours:
Wednesdays, Fridays – 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM
room 209, Red Building
tel. (+48 58) 300 92 20

Deputy Dean
dr hab. Małgorzata Skotnicka, prof. AM
Office hours:
Tuesdays – 12:00 PM  1:00 PM
Saturdays – 2:00 PM  3:00 PM
room 209, Red Building
tel. (+48 58) 300 92 20

Dean’s Office of Faculty II
Office hours:
Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays – 10:00 AM – 2:00 PM
Sundays – 10:00 AM – 2:00 PM

room 210, Red Building
tel. (+48 58) 300 92 21
mgr Katarzyna Czausz
e-mail: k.czausz@amuz.gda.pl
mgr Maja Pałys
e-mail: m.palys@amuz.gda.pl

First cycle studies (bachelor’s course), Instrumental Faculty, specialization: Instrumental Performance – last for three years (six semesters). Prior to starting studies, the candidate is required to finish music school of the second degree. The following specializations are available: accordion, viola, bassoon, flute, piano, guitar, clarinet, harpsichord, double bass, oboe, organ, percussion, trombone, violin, tuba, French horn, cello. After completing the studies, the graduate obtains a bachelor’s degree and diploma. Studies prepare the graduate to perform at concerts as an orchestra member as well as chamber and solo musician. Obtaining the diploma of first cycle studies graduation and certificate of finishing the teacher training course entitles the graduate to teach in music schools of the first degree as well as apply for second cycle studies (master’s course).

Second cycle studies (master’s course), Instrumental Faculty, specialization: Instrumental Performance – last for two years (four semesters). The graduate obtains a master of art diploma. Studies prepare the graduate at a more advanced level to perform at concerts as an orchestra member as well as chamber and solo musician. Obtaining the diploma of second cycle studies graduation and certificate of finishing the teacher training course entitles the graduate to teach in music schools of the first and second degree as well as apply for third cycle studies (doctoral course).

First cycle studies (bachelor’s course), Instrumental Faculty, specialization: Instrumental Pedagogy – educate main instrument teachers for music schools of the first degree according to educational standards dedicated to the teaching profession. Classes are held on Saturday and Sunday every second week. 

Second cycle studies (master’s course), Instrumental Faculty, specialization: Instrumental Pedagogy – educate main instrument teachers for music schools of the first and second degree according to educational standards of the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage. Classes are held on Saturday and Sunday every second week. 

Third cycle studies (doctoral course), part-time studies,  Instrumental Faculty, specialization: Instrumental Performance – prepare for obtaining the degree of a doctor of musical arts in instrumental studies. Studies last for three years (six semesters) and are dedeicated for talented musicians displaying academic interest. 

Postgraduate studies – dedicated to raising qualifications of higher music school graduates, preparing candidates for competitions, broadening their repertoire and advancing the artistic level of students’ instrumental performance. Instrumentalists who completed master studies in Polish music academies or obtained diplomas in music academies abroad can start postgraduate studies in our academy.