Don’t miss the Melbourne Audiology School application deadline! Applications for the Master of Clinical Audiology program close this Friday, Oct. 28, 2016.
How are applications assessed?
The Selection Committee will consider applications from individuals with a science, biomedical science, health-related or other relevant degree that is equivalent to a three-year bachelor’s degree from an Australian university. The selection process will involve consideration of
- the applicant’s complete academic record, with emphasis on the final year/s of the undergraduate degree;
- any postgraduate study; and
- the relevance of previous studies to the field of audiology.
What is considered a “relevant” degree?
While preference is given to students from a science/health/linguistics/psychology background, Melbourne has accepted students from engineering, music, and some arts and education programs.
Can you improve your chances of getting into the program?
Basically, the higher your marks, the better your chances. If you don’t have the marks to be shortlisted you may wish to consider taking further studies to boost your weighted average mark, such as a postgraduate certificate or diploma in a relevant area. The university does not make recommendations on a study plan or provide advice on courses, but any science or human health-related area is relevant (including psychology and linguistics).
University of Melbourne Audiology programThe Master of Clinical Audiology at the Melbourne Audiology School focuses on developing professional skills through a large program component of comprehensive clinical training. Clinical skills are supplemented by coursework and lectures that introduce students to graduate-level research methods, while maintaining a strong level of scientific acumen expected of students in the health sciences at the University of Melbourne.
Program: Master of Clinical Audiology
Location: Parkville campus, Melbourne, Victoria
Semester intake: February
Duration: 2 years
Application deadline: October 28, 2016