Upper second class honours degree (2:1 or equivalent) from an appropriate institution in a physical, biological, life or behavioural science or an engineering subject. Those candidates with relevant employment experience will be considered if they do not meet the requirements. Applications are assessed individually, and any candidates who do not match the standard profile but who have appropriate work experience and training are encouraged to apply.
Months of entry
Our MSc Audiology is widely recognised as the leading postgraduate programme in the UK for the accredited training of audiologists and audiological scientists. It consists of a taught component followed by a substantial research project leading to a dissertation. The MSc Audiology is accredited by the British Academy of Audiology. While not guaranteed, we can usually help UK and EU students find a 40 week unpaid clinical placement in the NHS after the MSc which enables successful students to register as audiologists.
- Clinical Audiology 1;
- Principles of Auditory Rehabilitation;
- Physiology and Psychology of Hearing;
- Applied Research Methods
- Clinical Audiology 2;
- Fundamentals of Auditory Implants;
- Paediatric Audiology;
- Assessment and Management of Vestibular Disorders;
- Applied Research Methods;
- Research Project
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Information for international students
For entry onto our programmes, you will need an International English Language Testing System (IELTS) score of 6.5 overall, with a minimum component score of 6.0 in Speaking and Listening, and 6.5 in Reading and Writing.
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Fees and funding
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Qualification and course duration
MSc with Clinical Practice
Course contact details
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