The World Health Organisation (WHO) estimates that adult hearing loss will be in the top ten disease burdens by 2030. Hearing Aid Dispensers and Audiologists are in high demand as a result of this increase. In addition, there is a need for the upskilling and development of professionals already in the field.
Our BSc (Hons) Audiology (top-up) and the FdSc in Hearing Aid Audiology courses are delivered by blended learning. You'll attend some face-to-face residential block weeks on campus and use online learning.
Why choose us?
- Our audiology courses allow you to earn while you learn. This means you can gain essential experience in a workplace setting during your studies.
- On our short CPD courses, you'll do most of your learning online with a few days on campus.
- You'll have access to some fantastic facilities including the library, Blackboard, on-campus IT facilities, the Student Centre, lecture theatres and clinical suites.
What can I do with my audiology degree?
If you complete the Hearing Aid Audiology, FdSc you'll be able to apply to join the Health and Care Professionals Council (HCPC). This allows you to become a registered Hearing Aid Dispenser. Please note that this programme is subject to HCCP accreditation.
Studying Audiology could lead to a future career as a:
- Clinical audiologist
- Paediatric audiologist
- Forensic audiologist
- Educational audiologist
- Humanitarian audiologist
- Corporate audiologist
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Meet the team
Rupal is the Academic Lead for Vision Sciences at the University, she is a registered Optometrist committed to raising the standards of professional practice and education within the optometric community. After graduating from University of Bradford and undertaking registration ...