|University Location||Adelaide, South Australia|
|City Population||1.4 million|
|Int'l Student Population||5,400|
|Main Campus||Bedford Park|
|Program Campus||Bedford Park|
|Program Duration||2 years|
|Estimated Annual Tuition||$46,000 AUD (2020 fees; subject to increase)|
|Semester Intake||March each year|
|Next Available Intake||March 2020|
|Application Deadline||Rolling admissions*|
The Master of Audiology at Flinders University is a professionally oriented course for graduates interested in acquiring knowledge and skills in the evaluation and management of auditory disorders (hearing loss and tinnitus) and their consequences.
This course prepares you to begin clinical practice as an audiologist in a range of urban, rural and remote settings, to be a well-informed health professional, and to acquire critical skills in appraising scientific and clinical information, which will assist your further professional development.
The Master of Audiology at Flinders University consists of audiology topics, clinical audiology topics, professional studies topics, and research topics. Audiology topics, which address the scientific foundations of audiology and how they interface with clinical practice in diagnosing and managing auditory disorders, are studied alongside clinical audiology and professional studies, which provide the skills necessary to produce a competent beginning practitioner. Topics that address current issues of specific and general relevance to audiologists as health professionals are also introduced throughout the degree.
Finders University Hearing Services offers a broad range of hearing-related clinical services provided by experienced, university qualified audiologists dedicated to maintaining the highest possible standards of audiology and professional hearing care in a non-commercial and client-focused environment. As an audiology student in the clinic, you will gain additional clinical placement hours and will be directly supervised by the audiology clinical educator.
The Flinders Master of Audiology offers innovative learning experiences including problem-based learning tutorials, clinical skills classes and clinical placements in Adelaide or interstate, and in rural and remote areas of South Australia and the Northern Territory.
Completed bachelor’s degree
You must hold an approved bachelor’s degree with a minimum GPA of 5.0 out of 7.0. No specific undergraduate degree is required for admission.
Admission will be based on the combined scores from a structured interview (may be by Skype) and the applicant’s best GPA using a minimum of 36 units of a qualification from an approved university.
*Applications are assessed on a rolling-admissions basis. You are encouraged to apply as early as possible.