Audiologists detect, diagnose and manage hearing loss. Build on your undergraduate degree with the Master of Audiology Studies and qualify as an accredited audiologist in two years. Read more about the program on Future Students

Why choose UQ

You will learn from international leaders in the field with course content based on the latest research and developments in audiology. You'll also gain practical experience experience in on-site clinics that are equipped with state-of-the-art technology and equipment.

UQ is the only Queensland university to offer a Master of Audiology Studies degree and is one of only six in Australia. We are known worldwide for the quality of its audiology graduates, commitment of teaching staff and strong research focus in this field.

As a graduate of audiology, you will be in high demand with employers due to your in-depth knowledge and hands-on, practical skills.

 

What our graduates are doing

The role of an audiologist is to assess people's hearing and develop hearing rehabilitation programs for them. We work with other professionals as well, advising them about clients' hearing problems and strategies to to try and counteract this. Audiology is a great career for a number of reasons: it is a rewarding job helping people with hearing difficulties and audiologists are in high demand both nationally and internationally. I chose UQ to study audiology because the lecturers are approachable and recognised as experts in their field.

Joshua, Audiology Studies Graduate