|University and Faculty:||University of Queensland
Faculty of Health and Behavioural Sciences
|Program:||Master of Audiology Studies|
|University Location:||Brisbane, Queensland, Australia|
|City Population:||2.1 million|
|Campus Location:||St. Lucia, Brisbane|
|Program Duration:||2 calendar years
(4 regular semesters)
|Semester Intake:||February each year|
|Next Intake:||February 2017|
|Est. Indicative Annual:||$40,512 AUD (2017)|
|Est. Indicative Total:||$81,024 AUD (2017)|
The University of Queensland Master of Audiology Studies program allows students to acquire the scientific expertise and fundamental clinical skills required to become a professional audiologist.
The Master of Audiology Studies at UQ offers clinical placements at the outset of the program to ensure that its students are always developing the professional skills needed to succeed in a clinical setting. Concurrently, the University of Queensland has an excellent reputation for scientific research, and the Master of Audiology Studies is no exception. Students undertake scientific coursework at the graduate-level and increase their ability to conduct research as a scholar in a clinical setting. Students with an aptitude for scientific research will have the option of becoming a PhD candidate within the faculty of Health Sciences at the University of Queensland.
The Master of Audiology Studies at the University of Queensland adheres to the Professional Standards of Practice outlined by the Audiological Society of Australia and students are allowed to apply for membership with the organization upon graduation.
"The [University of Queensland Master of Audiology Studies'] facilities are great and the in-clinic teachers are always ready to answer any questions you may have...UQ and my program turned out to be more than I had ever expected!"Maryam Ghaderi
Upon graduation, you are eligible to apply to become an audiologist in Canada. For a detailed overview of the certification process, please review the website of the Canadian Association of Speech-Language Pathologists and Audiologists (CASLPA): http://www.caslpa.ca
It is imperative that you understand the requirements and procedures associated with entering the audiology profession in Canada. It is your responsibility to meet the necessary requirements to become a member of the regulatory body in your province, if necessary. Currently in Canada, eight provinces require mandatory registration with a regulatory body.
There are 10 places available in the program each year for international students, including students from Canada. Offers will be made to applicants with the highest academic rank.To be eligible to apply, you must have
Please note that the above criteria are minimum requirements. Entry is competitive and the selection process is based on grade point average (GPA).
Students who have not yet completed an undergraduate degree may apply, as long as they will have graduated prior to commencing UQ Master of Audiology Studies program.
Total Number of Places in the Program: 30
Number of Places Available for International Students: 10
Application Deadline: September 29. For information about the 2017 intake and to apply, contact OzTREKK Australian Audiology Schools Admissions Officer Krista McVeigh.
OzTREKK Admissions Officer: Krista McVeigh