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Audiology is the scientific study of hearing, and hearing disorders. Audiologists are highly trained professionals dedicated to the assessment, diagnosis, and non-medical management of hearing and balance function.

The career is a rewarding one, suited to those with an interest in technology and science, but for whom working with people is important.

Audiology graduates are well-prepared for careers in public and private health care settings, or for following a career in fundamental or applied research in hearing science. Career opportunities for audiologists are excellent within Aotearoa New Zealand and around the world.

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