Achieve your goals
Our courses and postgraduate research programmes have a longstanding reputation for training professionals and researchers in audiology and deaf education.
You'll have a wide choice of course units to choose from on our audiology courses, enabling you to customise your studies to suit your particular interests. Some units are delivered online, offering a flexible way to study.
Why choose Manchester?
Learn at a research-intensive university
You will study in an intensive and high-quality research environment, learning from members of the Manchester Centre for Audiology and Deafness (ManCAD) and the NIHR Manchester Biomedical Research Centre – a valuable opportunity if you wish to go on to a PhD and a research career.
From our students
How an MSc in Audiology has helped me to fulfil my dreams
Awajimijana is employed as an NHS Senior Specialist Paediatric Audiologist. Discover how the MSc helped him to get there...
The ladies in the van
Audiology researchers take a unique approach to discover the most effective tests to help babies with permanent hearing loss and their families.
Advanced Audiology at Manchester: An international perspective
Wen-Hui explains what drew her to the MSc Advanced Audiology course.
Explore your interests
The only course of its kind in the country, the MSc Advanced Audiology Studies (Paediatric Pathway) is for qualified audiologists who want to specialise in paediatric audiology. You will learn from a multidisciplinary team of experts including clinical scientists and deaf education specialists.
Read a post by a graduate who is now a Paediatric Audiologist in the NHS on our student blog.
Train as a Teacher of the Deaf
Qualified teachers can expand their skillset by taking our MSc/PGDip Deaf Education course and training as a teacher of the Deaf.
Our course is approved by the Department for Education and National College of Teaching and Learning, and can be taken as a distance learning programme.
From our students
Video: Azra's Deaf Education journey
Azra talks about her Manchester experience and her work as a Teacher of the Deaf.
Studying Deaf Education as an international student from Cyprus
Andria reflects on her decision to train as a Teacher of the Deaf.
From master’s study to winning an award as a Teacher of the Deaf
Emily talks about studying for a PGDip and MSc, and winning an award for her performance.
Why I’m undertaking post-registration training in paediatric audiology
Audiologist Ben explains the benefits of studying for an MSc in Advanced Audiology Studies.
- Audiology (MSc)
For a grounding in the theoretical, practical and clinical basis of audiology.
- Advanced Audiology Studies (MSc)
For registered, practising audiologists.
- Advanced Audiology Studies (Paediatric Pathway) (MSc)
For registered, practising audiologists who want to specialise.
- Deaf Education (MSc/PGDip)
For teachers who want to train as a teacher of the Deaf.
- Deaf Education (PGCert) (International Pathway)
For teaching or support workers based outside of the UK.
NHS Scientist Training Programme
Manchester is also involved in delivering the Audiology specialism of the NHS Scientist Training Programme. For more information on the programme and details of how to apply, visit the National School of Healthcare Science website.
Continuing professional development
We also offer individual units from our MSc Advanced Audiology Studies degree as standalone courses for CPD.
You may also be interested in CPD units adapted from the doctorate-level Higher Specialist Scientific Training (HSST) programme to deliver the same training at master's level.
PhD with integrated master's
If you're planning to undertake a PhD after your master's, our Integrated PhD programme will enable you to combine your postgraduate taught course with a related PhD project in biology, medicine or health.
Making an application
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