As a speech-language therapist you'll facilitate independence in individuals. You'll assess people with a variety of communication and swallowing disorders, and work with them to improve their ability to participate in school, work and other daily activities. Whether you're working with children who have speech and/or language disorders, or adults living with a traumatic brain injury or stroke, you'll have an impact on people's quality of life.
You must be selected into the Bachelor of Speech and Language Therapy with Honours Programme in the Institute of Education and have gained entrance to Massey University. Selection, and the subsequent offer of a place in the programme, is determined by the information submitted in your online application and an interview process.
Applications received by the University by 3 February 2020 will be considered for study commencing in Semester One 2020. The closing date for returning students is the same as the general application due dates.
Applications received after this date will be considered but may not be in time to start in 2020. The first part of the selection process involves assessment by academic staff within the Institute of Education. If the selection committee feel you potentially meet the selection criteria, you will be invited to an interview. This is the second part of the selection process. If the interview panel is satisfied that you are a suitable candidate you may be offered a place, depending on available places.
Admission to the Degree of Bachelor of Speech Language Therapy with Honours requires that the candidate will:
and will have: