Due to epidemic constraints, we kindly inform you that the entrance exams for all fields of study and majors during the recruitment for the academic year 2021/2022 will be held remotely.
We encourage you to become familiar with the admission requirements.
GENERAL RULES OF ONLINE RECRUITMENT
- Electronic registration, electronic submission of documents, and uploading of record links is ongoing from May 4 to June 28, 2021.
- A candidate shall register electronically by creating his or her profile at:
- After logging in to his or her profile, a candidate shall attach the required documents in electronic version (scans, photos).
- Candidates record audio-video material that shall be posted on YouTube in a non-public mode and links to recordings shall be made available and sent to email@example.com
- Recordings must remain accessible until October 31, 2021.
RECORDING REQUIREMENTS AND INFORMATION
- Individual pieces may be recorded and saved as separate videos. A candidate is then obliged to send all links that together form a presentation that conforms to the specific admission requirements specified for a field of study major to the address: firstname.lastname@example.org
- It is not allowed to edit material during a piece
- A recording must be published on the public YouTube website in a non-public mode.
- Access to the recording must be active and cannot be deleted or blocked until October 31, 2021.
- A video may be made using a camera, smartphone, computer, tablet, etc., in a quality that allows a candidate to be evaluated (1080p, HD quality recommended).
- The entire silhouette of a performer must be visible in the video under good lighting. The camera should be positioned at an angle that allows to evaluate the playing apparatus, conducting, posture, etc.
- The title of a recording should include a candidate’s name.
- The description of a recording should contain information about the repertoire, including: composer, song title, opus, number, part, etc.
- For each field of study special repertoire requirements have been specified.
- Candidates for second-degree courses may submit during the recruitment process material registered as part of their diploma recitals at the end of the first-degree courses.
- Recordings without the participation of an accompanist will also be taken into consideration.
- A candidate is responsible for the final shape and quality of his or her recording.
Detailed repertoire and examination requirements for particular fields of study and major can be found in the Guide for Candidates, adapted to on-line recruitment and available on the website of the Academy of Music in Poznań.