Audiology is an exhilarating field, involving the study of hearing, balance and associated disorders. Being a healthcare science profession, audiology is dedicated to help individuals alleviate the impact of hearing or balance problems.Audiologists work with people of all ages, from newborn to the elderly. Audiologists use specialised tests to assess hearing and balance problems as well as recommending appropriate management. Rehabilitation involves technology such as fitting hearing aids, middle ear implants, cochlear implants and assistive listening devices. Graduates in audiology are open to a wide range of career options. The prospects include hospitals, private practice, hearing aid or implant manufacturing companies, industrial or occupational audiology, special needs schools, research and education.

Date: Sat, 21 Jan 2017
Time: 9am - 11am
Venue: Audiology SMART Classroom
NUS, Block MD6, Level 2.
14 Medical Drive. S 117599

- What is an Audiologist?
- Why is Audiology an excellent career opportunity?
- How will the NUS programme prepare me for my career?
- What are the entry qualifications for the programme?
- What funding support is available?
- Q&A Session / Clinic Tour