Work with an internationally renowned academic team that has extensive research activities and collaborations, is widely published and attracts significant grant funding.
If you are already employed in the audiology field and want to gain a recognised qualification to register and practise in this area, this course is for you. Learn how to run a safe and successful practice and make a difference to people’s lives. On graduation you can apply to the Health & Care Professions Council for registration as a hearing aid dispenser.
Convert your Hearing Aid Audiology foundation degree qualification (or equivalent) to a full BSc (Hons) in Hearing Sciences.
Working with children and adults to improve their vision is a stimulating and rewarding career. Our course teaches the skills you need to become a dispensing optician, working alongside optometrists. You’ll learn how to dispense, fit and supply spectacles, and how to run a successful practice.
Take the first step on the path to a rewarding and fulfilling career with our certificate level university accredited courses (level 4).
Earn while you learn on our GOC accredited distance learning course, which features on-campus residentials. Train as a dispensing optician and take the next step towards a rewarding career in eyecare.
Get the skills you need to register as a fully qualified dispensing optician who can dispense, fit and supply spectacles. With access to our campus eye clinic and teaching from award-winning staff, there’s no better place for you to train.
Are you looking for a satisfying and rewarding career in optics? Take the first step thanks to our certificate level, university accredited courses (level 4).
Get the skills you need to register as an optometrist. You’ll be working alongside our lecturers, who are registered optometrists providing a vital service to the public in our campus eye clinic. Our course is accredited by the General Optical Council.
Our Adaptation course is not a traditional one. It is a bespoke set of lectures and clinical practice tailored to the needs of the applicant and based on the recommendations of the General Optical Council. It has been created to support practising optometrists from within the EU/EEA region, who want to work as optometrists in the UK.