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In the hearing sector, audiometric technicians are required to perform audiological tests, make hearing scans, and apply hearing aids by measuring the hearing. Audiometry technicians are health technicians who perform the necessary tests on patients whose indications are determined by using the relevant equipment. The audiometry technicians, or audiometrists, perform pure tone and speech audiometry tests and immitancemetric measurement tests for hearing assessment. They record the information about the type of hearing loss, level, and patient’s cooperation on the test form. They can perform hearing tests for newborn babies and conduct hearing screening tests in schools. They take ear mold measurements for hearing aid application, measure, and adjust the gain and output values of the devices deemed appropriate.

Audiometry Curriculum

In the practical and supportive learning environment the program provides, a team of internationally experienced lecturers and professors encourage students to explore their individual talents and build their own professional path. The first two years include courses from basic sciences. In the following years, they continue with advanced engineering courses such as manufacturing technology, production system and operations research. In addition to the above subjects, subjects such as engineering design, communication, teamwork and project work are integrated into the curriculum throughout its four years.
The current curriculum of the Audiometry Under Graduate Program Curriculum is in Appendix-1

Program Learning Outcomes

  • Having basic theoretical knowledge in the field of audiometry
  • To have knowledge about the use of basic tools and equipment in the field of audiometry
  • Being able to use audiometry terminology effectively
  • To be able to use the basic theoretical and applied knowledge acquired in the field of audiometry
  • Having the ability to reach, evaluate and apply basic scientific knowledge in the field
  • To be able to use technologies related to the field of audiometry
  • Having the awareness of lifelong learning
  • To be able to critically evaluate the basic level of knowledge and skills acquired in the field of audiometry, to identify learning needs
  • To be able to inform the relevant people and institutions by using their technological knowledge and skills on the subjects related to the field of audiometry, and to convey the solution proposals for the problems verbally and in writing.
  • To be able to contribute in accordance with social, scientific, cultural and ethical values ​​in the stages of collecting, interpreting, applying and announcing the results related to the field of audiometry.
  • Behaving and participating in quality management and processes
  • To have sufficient awareness of individual and public health, occupational safety and environmental protection, to act in accordance with the relevant laws, regulations, legislation and professional ethical rules
  • To have the ability to work collaboratively with other health disciplines


Course assessment usually comprises of a comprehensive final exam and continuous assessment. Continuous assessment can include amongst others, mid-terms, projects, and class participation. Letter grades are calculated based on the weight of the final exam and the continuous assessment and the actual numerical marks obtained in these two assessment components. Based on the course grades the student’s semester grade point average (GPA) and cumulative point average (CPA) are calculated.


The student must complete 240 ECTS and all programme requirements. A minimum cumulative grade point average (CPA) of 2.0 is required for graduation. Thus, although ‘C-‘, ‘D+’ and ‘D‘ are pass grades (conditionally pass), in order to achieve a CPA of 2.0, an average grade of ‘C’ is required. In addition, it is required to complete compulsory internship in a specified duration and quality.

What makes us different

In addition to its well-equipped teaching staff, our university has an extremely strong academic structure with the support it receives from the teaching staff of different faculties and colleges. Our students, who benefit from the college’s computer laboratory and the clinical environment within the hospital, have the opportunity to follow the technological developments closely.

How to apply to the Audiometry study program

The application process for studying Audiometry at BAU Cyprus is very easy. You can simply and safely share your personal information through our online application platform. After receiving a confirmation email with a link, a copy of the following documents can be uploaded:

Passport or EU identity card
High school diploma certificate with transcript. Please also submit an official translation of the diploma and transcript into English if they are in another language.
University certificate with transcript (if applicable). Please also submit an official translation of the diploma and transcript into English if they are in another language.
English language test certificate
Portfolio PDF with a minimum of 10 works

Career Opportunities

Our graduates can find job opportunities in a wide variety of fields, including:

Our students who graduated from the Audiometry Program, whose main goal is to train a qualified and equipped Audiometry Technician, are employed in various public and private health institutions/organizations, as well as in the Audiology and Ear Nose and Throat Clinics of university/state hospitals, hearing aid/cochlear implant centers and occupational health and safety centers. can do the job. In addition to these, he can also take part in newborn hearing screenings, preschool and school age screening programs and noise measurements and hearing screenings in the industry.

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