Becoming An Audiologist

Becoming an Audiologist

Yes, there is a Master of Science in Audiology course offered by the National University of Singapore (NUS) Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine. You can follow this link for more information on the programme.  

The Healthcare Graduate Studies Award offered by Ministry of Health Holdings (MOHH) is currently the only source of public scholarship available for Singaporean audiology students. 

Audiologists can work in the public and private sector. In the public sector, they can work in hospitals, primary healthcare settings and educational institutions. In the private sector, they can work for private hospitals, hearing device manufacturers and private clinics.

Yes. You may wish to write to the education office of the restructured hospitals to find out more.

Currently, the minimum qualifications recognised in Singapore are

  1. Bachelor’s degree in audiology from overseas universities; OR
  2. Master’s degree in audiology (entry-level) from either the National University of Singapore or overseas universities.
  3. The average duration of study for a bachelor’s degree and master’s degree are 3-4 years and 1-2 years respectively.

Yes. You may wish to write to the education office of the restructured hospitals to find out more.

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