The Chopin University of Music is implementing the POWER program "Music Studies without Barriers," as part of which the position of the Rector's Plenipotentiary for Persons with Disabilities has been established. The Plenipotentiary's task will be to ensure the best possible educational conditions for students with disabilities, to assist in solving various problems related to disabilities, to eliminate barriers and to ensure that the university is accessible to people with diverse needs. We are committed to ensuring that such individuals can participate in all aspects of academic life on an equal basis with others. 

The support of the Plenipotentiary can be used without a disability certificate. We invite all people who face any difficulties and barriers related to their condition in the process of studying to contact us, even if they are temporary problems. 

If you have ideas on how to make our University more friendly and accessible, please share them with us. We also invite you to cooperate for the benefit of the disabled community!

More information about the scope of the Plenipotentiary's activities can be found in the Rector's Order:

The function of the Rector's Plenipotentiary for Persons with Disabilities was assumed by Ms. Aleksandra Duszyńska. She is a psychologist by education. Graduate of Leon Koźmiński Academy and SWPS University. She has been dealing with the subject of disabilities for 15 years. She has worked as a therapist with children with autism spectrum disorders, as an assistant for people with physical disabilities and as a project manager at the Avalon Foundation. For the past 11 years, she has been a specialist for people with disabilities in the Section for Persons with Disabilities at Politechnika Warszawska. She has been working at UMFC since April 2021.

Feel free to contact her by email: and by phone +48 730 709 656