Audiometry techniques graduates are healthcare professionals engaged in the prevention, evaluation and rehabilitation of disorders related to the hearing and vestibular system.
Graduates are responsible for providing the full range of non-invasive, psycho-acoustic and neurophysiological evaluation and measurement trials relating to the hearing and vestibular system, and for the rehabilitation of disabilities following disorders to these systems.
Following the directions of a doctor, they are responsible for providing autonomous professional services, and work with other professional figures to provide preventive and rehabilitative programmes for deafness.
Audiometry Methods graduates practice in healthcare facilities that deal with the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of disorders in the hearing and equilibrium systems. These include:
- public or private hospitals equipped with otologic activities, healthcare facilities responsible for deafness prevention activities (infantile, professional, industrial, toxicologic);
- industries that deal with prosthetic hearing technology;
- rehabilitation centres for patients with injuries to the otovestibular apparatus.
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Admission: Limited enrolment with admission test.
Students are expected to attain level B1 proficiency in English.
Proficiency may be certified at the time of matriculation by submitting a certificate of level B1 language proficiency or better, or by sitting the SLAM (University Language Centre) placement test during the first year of studies only, between September and December. Students who do not pass the test must follow the SLAM language courses and obtain appropriate certification within the year the plan of study calls for a language exam.
For students enrolled on bachelor’s, master’s and single cycle degree programmes are divided into two instalments of different amounts and with different payment deadlines:
- the first, corresponding to the minimum amount, is the same for all students
- the second - technically referred to as an ‘all-inclusive fee’- that is variable.
Students can also be entitled for tuition fee reductions such as:
- lowering for students who meet high merit requirements
- fixed amounts calculated on the basis of the student's citizenship group for those with income/property abroad
- support for students who have political refugee status.
More info at: Fees - current academic year
Scholarships and benefits
The University also provides a range of financial benefits to students meeting special requirements (merit, financial or personal conditions, international students), including:
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