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Hearing Sciences

  • Univ Cert Hearing Care Assistant CLICK TO LEARN MORE
    BSc (Hons) Hearing Sciences (top-up) CLICK TO LEARN MORE

Leaders in Work-Based Hearing Education

Complete career progression from FdSc Hearing Aid Audiology to Registered Hearing Aid Dispenser or Audiologist.*

  • Strong industry links and heritage
  • Over 300 students studying with us
  • Learn from experienced professionals and researchers in the heart of Cambridge (FdSc/BSc only)
  • Leaders in the development of work-based and blended learning.

"Although I have a very demanding career and family life I find that by organising my activities better, I have more than enough time left to study. I would thoroughly recommend Anglia Ruskin University to anyone wishing to further their education."


What you can study

Univ Cert Hearing Care Assistant
9 month course

  • Better understanding of hearing aid audiology.
  • Build confidence and skills to support RHAD's in clinical practice and client care.
  • Safely perform otoscopy, take impressions and complete screening audiometry.
  • Understand the initial fit of a hearing aid and make basic repairs.
  • Knowledge to elicit customer history and identify the need for onward referral.

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FdSc Hearing Aid Audiology
2-year course, blended learning

  • Develop understanding of the physical and psychological basis of hearing and disorders of hearing.
  • Understand acoustic and pathological sciences in audiology.
  • Understand the design, technology and performance of hearing aids.
  • Be able to advise on rehabilitation and appropriate client care.
  • Distance learning with practical workshops during residentials.
  • Successful completion provides registration as a Hearing Aid Dispenser with HCPC.
  • Direct progression to BSc Hearing Sciences top-up.

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BSc (Hons) Hearing Sciences (Top-up)
1-year course, blended learning

  • Develop understanding of the physical and psychological basis of hearing and disorders of hearing.
  • Broadens knowledge of theoretical and practical aspects of hearing sciences.
  • Practical workshops to enhance clinical competencies.
  • Explores diagnosis and rehabilitation of tinnitus, vestibular disorders, and hearing pathologies in children.
  • Access advanced techniques and devices to expand clinical expertise.
  • Provides experience in conducting research.
  • Successful completion is likely to enable RCCP registration*.
  • Enhances your career within both private and public sectors.

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* Working currently with British Academy of Audiology (BAA) to include the necessary elements in the course to achieve RCCP accreditation

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