George S. Osborne College of Audiology
Advanced Studies in Cochlear Implants Certificate Program
The Application Process for the 2013 Program is Now Open.
begins May, 2013 and ends February, 2014.
If you are interested in applying for the Advanced Studies in Cochlear Implants certificate program, please contact an Admissions Counselor at email@example.com, or 800.824.6262 (toll free in North America), or 215.780.1301 to initiate the process. Written applications for the 2012 Advanced Studies in Cochlear Implants certificate program are now being accepted and are due to the Office of Admissions by April 20, 2013.
Submitting Your Application
- All applications for both certificate and non-certificate students are processed on-line. The University uses eOmniForm.com to collect application information, an SSL based security system that assures the secure transfer of all information and cannot be viewed on the internet.
- You may want to download the application to your computer to familiarize yourself with the complete application before submitting it on-line, as the electronic application process must be submitted as a single entry.
- The required item listed below should be sent as a Word document attachment to firstname.lastname@example.org within five (5) days of submitting your application. Please include your name and your email address on the document.
Personal Goal Statement
Goal Statement: Please write a brief (750 word maximum) goal statement describing your professional background and your interest in cochlear implants. Additionally, please address the following three questions within your response:
- Are you currently working in the field of Cochlear Implants? If so, where and in what capacity? If not, what is motivating you to pursue Advanced Studies in Cochlear Implants?
- What are your professional goals?
- How do you see this certificate program advancing your professional goals?
- If you are applying for one of the two available scholarships (one for faculty teaching cochlear implants and one for an AuD student in an externship at a cochlear implant center), state so in the Personal Goal Statement and also provide a separate letter of support from your AuD program director.
Application Fee Payment: $100
- Pay Online
If you are unable to pay on-line, please contact us at the above numbers to discuss other payment options. (The application fee is non-refundable.)
Submit an on-line application to the Osborne College of Audiology.
Download the application in PDF format for review.*
*Depending on the speed of your internet connection it may take a few minutes to load the various sections of the application. Please read the directions below before beginning.
If you encounter a problem, contact an Admissions Counselor at email@example.com. You may also call us at 800.824.6262 (toll free from the US and Canada) or at 215.780.1301.
We use eOmniForm.com to collect application information which has security which is SSL based, so you know the information collected cannot be viewed on the internet and is transferred securely.
Non - Certificate Student Status
(students not enrolled in a degree or certificate program):
Please complete the forms found at the link below and submit
Matriculated Students Status
The application has two parts (one part required; one part optional). Have the necessary information available to assist in completing the entire application. After completing a section:
- Print a copy for your records
- Click on the "submit" button
- Move on to the next section
- Matriculated Application - Part 1
- Optional Information Form - Part 2
* IMPORTANT: You must have the Adobe Reader installed on your computer to view and print the document. If you do not have the reader installed on your computer click to download a free copy of Acrobat Reader.