30 Jun -30 Jun
Cork, Ireland

We are currently recruiting for our Part Time Masters Programme commencing 11th of September 2023.

If you are an Allied Health Professional looking to progress your career, this may be just for you. It has specifically been developed to suit busy professionals. It is a part time programme which takes place over 2 years with a hybrid delivery. Our past and current students have included participants from around Europe, making this suitable to global applicants. A combination of 4 core modules, a research project and 4 elective modules, allows students to tailor their studies to their own professional and personal interests. Attendance onsite will be 4-5 times per year, with each module taking place over 2-3 days (Thursday-Saturday).

With leading industry speakers from UCC and internationally renowned speakers and specialists, you will have access to specialised multidisciplinary insights on topics, including client perspectives. Programme content includes the nature and aetiologies of hearing and balance disorders, as well as hearing-related communication abilities in the paediatric and elderly populations; behavioural and objective assessment of hearing in children and adults; cochlear implants and implantable devices, habilitation for adults including those with complex needs, and the nature and management of tinnitus and hyperacusis.

Entry Requirements:

  • Candidates will hold either a Second-Class Honours Grade I in a primary honours’ degrees (NFQ Level 8) or a Postgraduate Degree (NFQ, Level 9 or equivalent), in any scientific or medical disciplines, such as but not exclusively, Audiology, Anatomy, Biomedical Science, Engineering, Social Sciences, Speech and Language Therapy, Medicine, Nursing and Education.
  • In exceptional circumstances candidates without an honours‘ degree may be recommended for entry to the programme after a review of their qualifications and expertise by the Programme Lead.

Closing date for applications is the 30th of June

For information on individual modules and fees visit: https://www.ucc.ie/en/ckx27/.

For more information or queries contact :

Dr. Amr El Refaie- Programme Lead: amr.elrefaie@ucc.ie

Ms. Ciara Moloney- Programme Coordinator cmoloney@ucc.ie

Note: this is not a clinical programme and does not confer clinical competencies required for entry into healthcare professions.  No part of the programme or a Post-Graduate Certificate, Post Graduate Diploma, or MSc in Hearing Balance and Communication, confers clinical competencies or eligibility for professional practice or registration in health or social care professions.