As a graduate, you will be able to register with the Health & Care Professions Council and provide aid services to customers within the independent sector. You will also be eligible to work as an Associate Practitioner in the NHS.
Applicants holding an appropriate Foundation Degree in Hearing Aid Audiology may enter year 3 of the BSc (Hons) Healthcare Science (Audiology) programme. This requirement will be assessed on an individual basis by the University’s Associate Dean for Undergraduate Studies or her/his nominee.
To achieve the award of BSc (Hons), such students will be required to complete a further year of study. Students will be required to complete a bridging programme comprising a module in Research Methods.
It is important that students working in healthcare have a wide range of interpersonal skills. These include presentation skills, team working, report writing, negotiation and IT skills. The audiology course aims to help students recognise this need and develop the appropriate skills.
HCPC (Health & Care Professions Council) approved programme for professional development and graduates are eligible to apply for HCPC registration.