Audiology and deafness: teaching and training opportunities
For further course information, see: BSc Healthcare Science (Audiology)
For further course information, see:
- Audiology (MSc)
Supplemented by an in-service clinical training year, course is suitable for those wishing to become state-registered audiologists
- Advanced Audiology Studies (MSc/PGDip/PGCert)
The course combines Audiology specific course units with a range of core units shared with health professionals from a variety of other disciplines
- Deaf Education (PGDip)
This postgraduate diploma provides training for qualified teachers who want to work within deaf education. It provides an evidence-based approach to meeting the diverse needs of deaf children
- Deaf Education (MSc)
This course provides an opportunity to develop research skills within the field of deaf education as well as providing training for qualified teachers who want to work within deaf education
Higher Specialist Scientist Training Programme (HSST) is a five-year workplace-based training programme supported by an underpinning doctoral-level academic programme and, where appropriate, Royal College qualifications.
Prospective students may wish to undertake one of the School's postgraduate modules. These can be taken separately to aid career progression, and some may be available to give students a taster for the challenges of postgraduate education.
- Effective Amplification for Infants and Children
This newly developed Masters-level module is available to all audiology professionals working in clinical practice with deaf children across the UK and Ireland. It has the advantage of being an eLearning course so that students can study in their own locality and at a time convenient to them.
- Audiology: short courses (Masters level modules)
- Auditory Assessment and Management
- Vestibular Assessment and Management
- Auditory Science
- Paediatric Audiology
- MSc in Clinical Sciences (Neurosensory Sciences, Audiology)
After each attendance in Manchester, trainees will return to their work base to complete the self-directed/distance-learning portion of each unit during their work-based professional training.
Possible PhD Research Topics
Please contact the individual staff member concerned if you have any questions or check out their research page and look for "Opportunities". Full time Teaching & Research staff are able to be primary supervisors. Please see the group members list for relevant people. Please also check FindAPhD where all available projects are listed.