Applications being accepted
Speech-language pathologists are actively involved with the assessment and intervention processes of language and speech disorders, either in private practice or as part of a special education team in schools. They can assess the different language-based skill areas (e.g. reading, writing, oral language, information processing, memory, attention, etc.) and help improve performance in these areas, playing a crucial role in the contemporary learning environment.
The Master in Speech-Language Pathology and Learning Difficulties will equip participants with knowledge and skills in planning and implementing assessment and intervention programmes for individuals (children and adults) with different speech, language, communication, swallowing disorders, and learning difficulties.
Duration: 1 year (60 ECTS)
Modality: Online + clinical training
Tuition Fee: 3,500€
Estimated number of study hours: 1500 (100 hours/module)
Start Dates: October 2022
Students who wish to enroll in this Master must be a qualified speech and language therapist (With a Bachelor or Technician Degree, or equivalent) and graduates from related disciplines, such as psychology or linguistics.
Applicants with suitable experience combined with alternative qualifications will be taken into consideration. Students with other academic or professional profiles must contact us (firstname.lastname@example.org) before submitting the enrolment form.