School of Population Health


The University of Auckland Audiology Section was the first in New Zealand. It was established in 1990 and offers excellence in audiological training. Audiology is part of the School of Population Health within the Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences.

Our main teaching programme is the Master of Audiology degree.  It is a 2 year programme equiping students with knowledge and skills relevant to clinical audiology.

We offer research-based PhDs and staff offer supervision in many areas including laboratory, clinical and population health research.

We have our own Audiology clinic and strong links with Speech Science, Physiology and other sections belonging to the School of Population Health.

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For requests related to admission to the Master of Audiology please contact, Attention : Agnes Kwan

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Level 2, Building 507, School of Population Health
Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences
Grafton Campus
22-30 Park Ave