UCL Ear Institute


Studying Audiology BSc at the UCL Ear Institute

The UCL Ear Institute brings together some of the most influential academics and clinicians in the world with a passion to understand hearing and fight deafness.

Audiology BSc

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The UCL Audiology BSc degree is designed to equip graduates with the knowledge and skills to undertake a career in clinical audiology, research, or in the commercial and charitable sectors. Develop your clinical skills and gain experience delivering audiology services in a real clinical setting on the integrated placements in NHS teaching hospitals and private sector clinics.

Find out more about entry requirements, degree structure, modules, assessment and the application process.


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Your life in London

When you study at UCL, you will join a community with students from more than 150 countries studying in the heart of London, with some of the capital's best attractions within walking distance of the campus. London was voted the world's best student city in 2023 by QS Best Student City Rankings.

You'll find a host of cutting-edge facilities, libraries, and the Student Centre - an dynamic space to study or meet friends. You will also find places to eat and a lively social scene with open lectures, events, and many clubs and societies to join.

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Career and employability support

Graduates often work clinically as an Audiologist in the NHS or as a Hearing Aid Dispenser in the private sector. Others choose careers in service support and training within the audiology equipment and service industries, and there are also a variety of career opportunities in the charitable sector.

Some graduates pursue further studies, such as a Master's degree or a doctorate. This allows them to either specialise further in a clinical area of interest, to follow a career in scientific research or audiology education.