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Frydryk Chopin Müzik Universitesi

The Fryderyk Chopin University of Music in a few words

Fryderyk Chopin - popiersie, UMFC
FCUM Authorities
The FCUM is managed by the rector and three prorectors: the prorector for foreign and students’ affairs, the prorector for artistic affairs, and the prorector for teaching affairs.

Fields of Studies
The Fryderyk Chopin University of Music teaches at six departments in Warsaw and the Department of Instrumental and Educational Studies in Białystok. The following fields are covered: composition and theory of music, conducting, instrument studies, vocal studies, music artistic education, church music, dance, and sound engineering.

The University offers first level (junior) and second level (senior) courses. It launched postgraduate doctoral studies in the academic year 2006/2007. Another form of paid studies is also offered, i.e., postgraduate artistic traineeships. The costs of running these studies are covered entirely by the participants. The courses at the different departments are run according to curricula passed by the respective faculty councils and accepted by the FCUM Senate.
From the academic year of 2012/2013 the curriculum also covers general music and major modules, which consist of separate subjects such as: Piano, Conducting, Solo Singing (main module); Accompaniment (major module); Aural Training, History of Music with Literature, Music Forms (basic module); Foreign Language, Physical Training (general module); Philosophy, Aesthetics, History of Art, Art of the 20th Century, History of Film (humanities module). Group classes have an open form.

The FCUM confers the following degrees:
bachelor of arts — on successful completion of level one (junior)
master of arts — on successful completion of level two (senior).
Students who are scientifically and artistically active, students who are preparing for international competitions or other significant artistic or scientific endeavours, and students who are suffering serious hardship or are temporarily ill may study according to an individual plan and program specified by the faculty council. About 150 students graduate from the FCUM every year. The University has nearly 900 students.

The University’s organisational units are entitled to confer the following doctoral and postdoctoral (habilitation) degrees:
The Department of Composition, Conducting and Theory of Music
doctor of music arts in conducting
habilitated doctor of music arts in conducting
doctor of music arts in composition and theory of music
habilitated doctor of music arts in composition and theory of music
The Department of Piano, Harpsichord and Organ
doctor of music arts in instrumental studies
habilitated doctor of music arts in instrumental studies
The Department of Instrumental Studies
doctor of music arts in instrumental studies
habilitated doctor of music arts in instrumental studies
The Department Vocal and Acting Studies
doctor of music arts in vocal studies
habilitated doctor of music arts in vocal studies
The Department of Choir Conducting, Music Education, Church Music, Rhythmics and Dance
doctor of music arts in conducting
habilitated doctor of music arts in conducting
The Department of Sound Engineering
doctor of music arts in sound engineering
habilitated doctor of music arts in sound engineering
The Department of Instrumental and Educational Studies in Białystok
doctor of music arts in instrumental studies
doctor of music arts in conducting
University structure
The different departments’ teaching programs are rooted in the history of the University and related to its evolving structure. Hence several departments teach the same field of music (Departments 2 — 6) whereas others combine several fields (Department 1 or the Department of Instrumental and Educational Studies in Białystok). Some fields can also be studied at various departments (e.g., instrumental studies at Departments 2 and 3 or the Department of Instrumental and Educational Studies in Białystok).


Tüm Programlar

  • Solo Singing 0,00 | 3 Yıl

    The Department provides young artists with vocal and acting training, preparing them for working at music theatres (opera, operetta, musical), and for stage activity using different vocal forms –songs, cantatas and oratorios. The curriculum covers the sub jects aimed at developing vocal technique (Solo Singing), vocal preparation of the repertoire consisting of different forms and styles (Work ... Detaylı İncele

  • Piano 0,00 | 2 Yıl

    The major prepares piano virtuosi for undertaking independent artistic activity as soloists and chamber musicians. It offers an option to obtain teaching qualifications. It includes Propaedeutics of Piano or Organ Playing. Major subjects are Piano, Chamber Music, Specialist Literature, Structure of the Instrument with Tuning and Servicing, Execution of Early Music, and mor

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  • Opera 0,00 | 2 Yıl

    MA studies, Major: Vocal Studies (Specialty: Solo Singing – Opera, Solo Singing – Chamber Music, and Solo Singing – Early Music) at the Department of Vocal and Acting Studies at the FCUM are, according to the approved and implemented concept, specialty studies focused on studying selected range of professional skills, according to candidates’ voice preferences and defined artistic passions. The... Detaylı İncele