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SLMS PGT Open Evening - 29th April
The UCL School of Life and Medical Sciences is hosting an open event on 29th April 2015 4-8pm.
It will present an opportunity to meet with UCL academic staff and current students to find out more about postgraduate study at London's global university.
Attendance is free but registration is essential.
Former UCL MSc Advanced Audiology student Carolina Leal gives her view about studying at the UCL Ear Institute
Why Study Here?
UCL is rated as the best research university in London and third best in the UK overall, by the UK government's latest Research Assesment Exercise (RAE). At the UCL Ear Institute, that excellence is reflected throughout our courses and at every level of study. UCL Ear Institute is a great place to be a student - here are some of the reasons why:
Training the next generation of auditory scientists is a priority
at the Ear Institute. Three- and four-year PhD programmes are available
in a wide range of basic and clinical disciplines, including genetics,
cell and molecular biology, auditory neuroscience and human auditory
The Ear Institute also hosts a range of Masters programmes in Audiology and Voice Pathology, each of which includes a research element.
- Advanced Audiology (MSc, PGDip, PGCert)
- Audiological Science MSc
- Audiological Science with Clinical Practice MSc
- Medical Otology and Audiology (with specialisation in Audiovestibular Medicine) MSc
- Medical Otology and Audiology (with specialisation in ENT Practice) MSc
MSc Audiological Science Spring School
A free series of lectures by experts in audiology and the opportunity to ‘have a go’ at certain tests of hearing and balance! to be held on 14th and 15th May.
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