|University Location||North Ryde, New South Wales|
|City Population||6 million|
|Int'l Student Population||10,000|
|Main Campus||North Ryde|
|Program Campus||North Ryde|
|Program Duration||2 years|
|Estimated Annual Tuition||$58,500 AUD (2024 fees; subject to increase)|
|Next Available Intake||2024|
|Application Deadline||October 30 each year*|
At Macquarie University, you will have access to world-renowned researchers and lecturers in the field of audiology.
Macquarie is home to the Australian Hearing Hub and research centres like the Centre of Language Science. Together, academics at Macquarie University and staff at the Australian Hearing Hub are pioneering a new approach to collaboration, which fosters opportunities for innovation across a wide range of fields.
The university’s innovative approach to teaching means you can
- be involved in groundbreaking projects that will make a real difference
- benefit from Macquarie’s research using cutting-edge technology such as ultrasound, EMA (electromagnetic articulography) and other techniques, as well as magnetic resonance imaging (MRI).
- maximize your understanding of what you learn – how different sounds are produced in different languages by looking at MRI videos which allow you to visualize movements of the vocal tract in real time
- take advantage of first-hand research data to explore aspects of speech and hearing disorders
Macquarie’s multidisciplinary holistic approach to research will also give you the opportunity to gain valuable connections with special education, early childhood education and TESOL specialists, neuropsychologists, interpreters, and other applied linguists.
The Master of Clinical Audiology is a 2-year full time program which includes coursework and supervised clinical practicum. The coursework builds on prior knowledge in the basic sciences and includes units in the following areas:
- Hearing assessment
- Anatomy and physiology of the hearing pathway
- The profession of audiology in Australia
- Counselling and community support and outreach programs
- Hearing aids and other auditory devices
- Aural rehabilitation
During the course, you will complete a minimum of 200 hours of supervised clinical practice. The audiology program mentors graduates for clinical practice, and produces well-informed health professionals with the critical skills required to appraise scientific and clinical information and to become competent evaluators of current and advancing diagnostic and treatment strategies.
Completed bachelor’s degree
You must have a completed undergraduate degree (related discipline preferred) from a recognized university with a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.7/4.0 (approximately 70% +).
Related discipline areas include but not limited to speech and hearing, health sciences, psychology, physiology, neurosciences, biological sciences, music studies, medical sciences, biomedical sciences, creative technology, audio production, audio engineering, behaviour sciences, veterinary sciences, speech pathology, sound and music, teaching, and nursing.
Please note the above criteria are minimum requirements. Due to the clinical nature of this program, spaces are limited; therefore, entry is competitive. Meeting eligibility criteria does not guarantee a place in the program.
*While the application deadline is generally the end of October, offers are made throughout the year based on academic merit and subject to availability in the program. You are encouraged to apply as early as possible as this program can fill quickly.