Join our community of audiologists, research scientists, speech and language therapists and cochlear implant audiologists. You'll be taught by practising clinicians and researchers who are passionate about evidence-based and patient-centred practice. There are plenty of opportunities to practice your skills in our dedicated facilities and on clinical placements. You can also register as a hearing care assistant after your first year. This means you can combine work with your studies.
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Our research makes a difference
Curbing the impact of aircraft noise
Southampton experts are part of a £11.2m project aiming to ensure that increasing air travel won't mean an increase in noise on the ground.
Read about this research
I am passionate that we provide an excellent learning environment, both in terms of helping students to understand the principles of hearing and balance and teaching the clinical skills that lay the foundation for an audiologist.
At The Institute of Sound & Vibration Research we have been training audiologists for 50 years. We support our students both academically and personally as they transition into higher education or into post-graduate study.
Senior Teaching Fellow-Audiology
I take pride in the bespoke skills lab facilities available to our students. These facilities are designed to simulate real-world clinics with the latest equipment, software and hearing aids.
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