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About this courseDevelop the specialist knowledge to boost your career with our 1 year MSc Audiology degree. Audiology taster clinics help you learn about patient care and our in-house auditory implant service offers a chance to explore cochlear implantation. Your learning is informed by our Institute of Sound and Vibration Research (ISVR). The ISVR developed childhood hearing screening adopted by the NHS and recommended by the World Health Organisation (WHO).Gain scientific training in
About this course
Develop the specialist knowledge to boost your career with our 1 year MSc Audiology degree. Audiology taster clinics help you learn about patient care and our in-house auditory implant service offers a chance to explore cochlear implantation. Your learning is informed by our Institute of Sound and Vibration Research (ISVR). The ISVR developed childhood hearing screening adopted by the NHS and recommended by the World Health Organisation (WHO).
Gain scientific training in audiology whether you're new to the field, or are a qualified health professional interested in taking your career further.
We offer an exciting programme of activities to help you explore your career options and develop your employability skills. The highlight of the year is a student-led audiology careers event, organised by audiology student ‘employability ambassadors’ with support from the employability lead for audiology and our dedicated careers practitioner. The event provides an opportunity to network with a wide variety of employers including NHS, private sector, charitable sector, recruitment agencies, cochlear implant and hearing aid companies.
Our audiology MSc graduates are highly desired by employers around the world. Graduates have gone on to a variety of roles, such as clinical audiologists, educators and researchers working for organisations including:
Action for Deafness
MED-ED Medical Electrics
They’ve also transformed audiology, by:
starting the first audiology service in Rwanda
developing the national Chinese hearing test
becoming head of a University department in Jordan
managing a hearing screening programme in the UK
Assessment methods (Outcome qualification level)
Examinations, individual and group assignments, practical assignments, reflective accounts, critical appraisals, presentations, independent research project.
A UK bachelor’s degree with upper second-class honours (2:1) or higher in a relevant engineering, health or science subject, plus relevant observation or work experience. A UK bachelor’s degree with upper second-class honours (2:1) or higher in a relevant engineering, health or science subject, plus relevant observation or work experience.
With over 100 years of heritage at its Highfield Campus alone, the University of Southampton prides itself on its history and tradition, commitment to prestige, and student success.
The university is one of the original institutions that founded the UK’s Russell Group of prestigious, research-focused universities. Southampton is now ranked among the top 15 universities in the UK by the Complete University Guide 2022, and has been awarded the Queen’s Anniversary Prize three times.
The university is structured as five distinct campuses located across the cities of Southampton and Winchester in the UK, alongside one engineering-focused campus in Malaysia. Each campus is known for its particular character and community, alongside cutting-edge facilities and world leading specialisms.