The programme about hearing.
Audiology is the only scientific and research-based course in Denmark that studies hearing. The course is both challenging and exciting and offers great career opportunities!
You can study the three-year BA course and afterwards take the two-year Master’s Degree in Audiology.
Hearing is one of our most important senses. But modern life is noisy, and we are living longer and longer. This means that there have never been so many people with hearing difficulties as there are today. The audiology course teaches you how to find the cause of people’s hearing difficulties – young and old, professional musicians and man in the street. And most importantly, you will learn how to improve their hearing.
Great career opportunities
Audiology opens the door to an exciting career, whether you are passionate about helping to improve people’s quality of life, or about designing and developing the next generation of hearing aids and ensuring Denmark stays a world leader in this field, both commercially and academically. Whatever your motivation, the opportunities are there for the taking.
Many exciting jobs are waiting for you!
The course in audiology has two routes: one that focuses strongly on hearing aids and one that focuses on pedagogical audiology, where you learn about the different methods to improve the quality of life of children and adults with impaired hearing. Read about the different employment opportunities here. Whichever route you choose, you will have a career that offers excellent employment opportunities. Many of our students already have relevant student jobs before they have finished their course. Sound interesting? Read more about the degree and the two specialist directions details here.
If you have greater ambitions
BA graduates in audiology can take a master’s degree in audiology at the University of Southern Denmark. A master’s degree gives you the opportunity to become even more specialised, and, if you have the ability and drive, we hope that you will contribute to research in this area and help to further develop audiology in Denmark.