28 May - 28 May
Cork, Ireland

The only degree of its kind in Ireland

2 years part-time

Designed to allow professionals to study alongside work/personal commitments.

Programme content includes the nature and aetiologies of hearing and balance disorders in the paediatric and elderly population; behavioural and objective assessment of hearing loss in children and adults; cochlear implants and implantable devices, as well as habilitation for adults, including those with complex needs. A further unique focus of the course is the nature and management of tinnitus and hyperacusis.

Alongside mandatory modules, there are a range of elective modules allowing students to tailor their studies to their own professional and personal interests.

Taking an interdisciplinary approach with expert facilitators from a wide range of disciplinary and clinical backgrounds.

Further information and application details are available here: https://www.ucc.ie/en/ckx27/

EU Fees: 

Year 1: €4630

Year 2: €4630

Non-EU Fees:

Year 1: €9130
Year 2: €9130

For any queries please contact: Ms Kirpa Chandan, Programme Coordinator kirpa.chandan@ucc.ie

Dr Amr El Refaie, Head of Audiology amr.elrefaie@ucc.ie