List of required documents for the 1st cycle studies (foreign students)
  1. Signed application for admission to studies (available through the on-line recruitment)
  2. Copy of passport (the original document to be presented)
  3. Copy of the residence card (if applicable; the original document to be presented)
  4. Copy of the Pole’s Card (if applicable; the original document to be presented)
  5. Document confirming health insurance for the entire study period (if the insurance covers a period of time shorter than the study time, there should be submitted a relevant statement, wherein the candidate undertakes to prolong the insurance)
  6. Medical examination certificate of no contraindications to studying in the selected specialization and type of education
  7. Proof of payment of the application fee
  8. Two printed photos (compliant with the ID document photo standards) and one photo in an electronic version
  9. Diploma of secondary education (legalized or stamped with apostille)
  10. Secondary school-leaving examination certificate (legalized or stamped with apostille)
  11. Certification stating that a given certificate entitles the candidate to undertake studies at higher education institutions in the country of issuance (the certification is essential when there is no relevant annotation on the certificate/diploma)
  12. Documentation with the secondary education transcript of records, including a list of courses, obtained grades, number of hours assigned to particular subjects (legalized or stamped with apostille)
  13. Nostrification of the certificate (if the candidate does not have one, it should be delivered by the end of the first term)
  14. Document certifying the command of Polish (optional)
  15. (If the candidate is under 18) Written consent of parents/legal guardians to participation of the candidate in the recruitment process and signing the contract upon the candidate’s admission to the Academy. The consent should bear a legible signature and be translated into Polish.
  16. Certificate of the command of English (for study programs in English)
    • FCE (First Certificate in English)
    • CAE (Certificate in Advanced English)
    • CPE (Certificate of Proficiency in English)
    • BEC 2 (Business English Certificate 2)
    • BEC 3 (Business English Certificate 3)
    • CEIBT (Certificate in English for International Business and Trade)
    • IELTS (International English Language Testing System)
      – above 6 points
    • TOEFL
      – min. 500 pts in paper-based test (PBT)
      – min. 200 pts in spoken exam (TSE)
      – min. 3.5 pts in written work (TWE)
  17. In addition:
    • for the specialization of eurhythmics – program for the piano examination;
    • in the field of instrumental studies, for the specializations of piano, jazz piano, harpsichord, organ, guitar, jazz guitar, bass guitar, accordion – program for the major instrument examination;
    • in the field of instrumental studies, for the specializations of early instruments, violin, viola, cello, double bass, flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, saxophone, French horn, trumpet, trombone, tuba, harp, percussion, jazz music – program for the major instrument examination as well as scores for an accompanist; if the candidate fails to deliver the scores, it is assumed that he/she provides an accompanist by oneself;
    • for the specialization of vocal and acting performance – program for the solo singing examination as well as scores for an accompanist; if the candidate fails to deliver the scores, it is assumed that he/she provides an accompanist by oneself.

PLEASE NOTE that documents have to be translated into Polish by a certified translator entered into the register of certified translators run by the Ministry of Justice of the Republic of Poland; the candidate is also allowed to submit a translation authorised by the consul of the Republic of Poland, performing one’s duties in a given country.

 
List of required documents for the 2nd cycle studies (foreign students)
  1. Signed application for admission to studies (available through the on-line recruitment)
  2. Copy of passport (the original document to be presented)
  3. Copy of the residence card (if applicable; the original document to be presented)
  4. Copy of the Pole’s Card (if applicable; the original document to be presented)
  5. Document confirming health insurance for the entire study period (if the insurance covers a period of time shorter than the study time, there should be produced a relevant statement, wherein the candidate undertakes to prolong the insurance)
  6. Medical examination certificate of no contraindications to studying in the selected specialization and type of education
  7. Proof of payment of the application fee
  8. Two printed photos (compliant with the ID document photo standards) and one photo in an electronic version
  9. Diploma of completion of the 1st or 2nd cycle studies, or long-cycle Master’s studies (legalized or stamped with apostille)
  10. Supplement, or Transcript of Records, including information on the completed courses, received grades, number of ECTS credits, number of hours (legalized or stamped with apostille)
  11. Certification stating that the candidate’s certificate/diploma entitles the candidate to apply for admission to the 2nd cycle studies in the country where the educational institution issuing the certificate/diploma in question operates (the certification is necessary when there is no relevant annotation on the certificate/diploma)
  12. Document confirming the command of Polish (in the absence of this certification, the person accepting documents should be informed about the fact)
  13. In addition:
    • in the field of instrumental studies, for the specializations of piano, harpsichord, organ, guitar, accordion – program for the major instrument examination;
    • in the field of instrumental studies, for the specializations of early instruments, violin, viola, cello, double bass, flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, saxophone, French horn, trumpet, trombone, tuba, harp, percussion – program for the major instrument examination as well as scores for an accompanist; if the candidate fails to deliver the scores, it is assumed that he/she provides an accompanist by oneself;
    • for the specialization of vocal and acting performance - program for the solo singing examination as well as scores for an accompanist; if the candidate fails to deliver the scores, it is assumed that he/she provides an accompanist by oneself.

PLEASE NOTE that documents have to be translated into Polish by a certified translator entered into the register of certified translators run by the Ministry of Justice of the Republic of Poland; the candidate is also allowed to submit a translation authorised by the consul of the Republic of Poland, performing one’s duties in a given country.