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Audiologist

2023/10/25

Audiologist

A Day in the Life of an Audiologist

Audiologists manage hearing problems in adults and children. They perform tests on patients with hearing-related concerns and analyse their educational, psychological and medical history to diagnose their condition in order to prescribe the right treatment for them.

Audiologists also recommend and fit suitable hearing devices for patients who have lost their ability to hear clearly. These include cochlear implants and hearing aids, which are electronic devices placed in the ear.

How to become an Audiologist?

To practise as an Audiologist, you will require these qualifications:

  • Master of Science in Audiology - Graduate-Entry Level Masters (GEMS) Programme
  • Bachelor's Degree in Audiology from overseas universities

For more information on institution offering professional training to become an Audiologist, visit the link below:

Interested to join us as an Audiologist?

Find out more about the Audiologists working in our institutions and the work that they do by clicking on the links below:

Apart from the institutions listed above, we also have Audiologists based at Alexandra Hospital (AH).

Healthcare Scholarships & Sponsorships

For more information on the different healthcare scholarships and sponsorships available, click on the links below:

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