|University Location||Brisbane, Queensland|
|City Population||2.3 million|
|Int'l Student Population||18,000|
|Main Campus||St Lucia|
|Program Campus||St Lucia|
|Program Duration||2 calendar years (4 regular semesters)|
|Estimated Annual Tuition||$47,136 AUD (2020 fees; subject to increase)|
|Next Available Intake||February 2020|
|Application Deadline||November 29 each year*|
|International Places||10 (30 total)|
The UQ School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences is a leading educator in audiology and has state-of-the-art equipment and facilities. It is the only provider of this qualification in Queensland. Staff have expertise across a wide range of clinical and academic disciplines.
When you study audiology at the University of Queensland, you will learn from experienced audiology educators and researchers who are specialists in areas including neuroscience and rehabilitation, ageing, participation, and disability.
As a UQ audiology student, you will have access to technologically cutting-edge clinical laboratories and become skilled in the use of state-of-the-art audiological equipment, which will help to make you a world-class practitioner.
The University of Queensland Master of Audiology Studies program will allow you to acquire the scientific expertise and fundamental clinical skills required to become a professional audiologist.
You will study research-focused courses that explore the evidence-based practice of audiology, clinical reasoning and health research. You will also complete your own research in clinical audiology.
As an audiology student, you will undertake more than 250 hours of supervised clinical practice in a range of clinical settings that includes hospitals, private practices, educational facilities and UQ’s internal clinics. During your placements, you will have the opportunity to apply your theoretical knowledge acquired through coursework and research to practice and develop your clinical skills in real-life settings.
Completed bachelor’s degree
You must have completed an undergraduate degree (preferably in the fields of health, education, social, physical or biological sciences) and have achieved a minimum cumulative GPA of 4/7 in your university studies.
Please note that the above criteria are minimum requirements. Entry is competitive and the selection process is based on grade point average (GPA).
*UQ has a general application deadline of November 29 each year; however, applications are assessed as they are received (rolling admissions). The earlier you apply the better.