The University of Virginia Health System Audiology Division offers 4th-year Audiology doctoral students a wide range of clinical experiences, including adult and pediatric assessment (behavioral and electrophysiological); cochlear implant evaluation, programming, and follow-up; intraoperative monitoring; hearing aid evaluation, programming, fitting, repair, and follow-up; auditory electrophysiology; vestibular evaluation and rehabilitation; and tinnitus evaluation and management, as well as the opportunity to work with patients that may be unique to an academic medical center with an active otology/neuro-otology practice.
• Enrollment in accredited Audiology doctoral program
• Completion of all university 4th-year academic and clinical prerequisites
• Successful completion of Praxis exam (preferred)
• Clinical competency in basic audiologic assessment and intervention
• Clinical experience with adult and pediatric populations
• Clinical initiative and strong desire to further education and knowledge in the field of audiology
Follow the link below to complete the questionnaire and submit your application materials.
Graduate school transcript
Three letters of recommendation
Detailed Summary of Clinical Practicum Hours
Letters of recommendation may be uploaded, or submitted separately by email to: