Te Tari Mātai Hauora Reo
Communication Disorders | Te Tari Mātai Hauora Reo serves New Zealand and the world through excellence and innovation in scholarship, teaching and public service. Students are educated and challenged to excel in professional practice and disciplinary research related to disorders of hearing, speech, language, and swallowing.
The longest running speech and language therapy programme in the country, we educate most of the Speech and Language professionals in New Zealand. We also provide clinical and research training in the field of audiology. Our Bachelor of Speech and Language Pathology (Hons) programme is accredited by the New Zealand Speech-Language Therapists' Association.
Students in our professional degree work at speech-language therapy clinics in schools and hospitals.
Our postgraduate specialists and researchers are equipped to lead future practice, policy and research in their fields.
Our researchers serve New Zealand and the world through excellence and innovation in scholarship, teaching and service.
Maryam Ghaleh, studying towards a PhD in Speech and Language Science, shares her UC story.
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