Radiography

Radiography

There are two types of radiography course. Diagnostic radiography involves learning how to use medical imaging, such as X-ray, MRI and ultrasound to help doctors make a diagnosis. Therapeutic radiography or radiotherapy and oncology courses involve using radiography for the treatment and care of patients with cancer. Both types of courses include practical placements and qualify you to work as a professional radiographer. You will gain medical knowledge and patient care skills and learn how to use technical equipment.

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Common Degree/Major Names

BSc
Diagnostic Radiography
BSc
Medical Imaging
BSc
Radiological Sciences and Technology
BSc
Therapeutic Radiography
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Empathy
ICT
Practical (working with your hands)
Speaking (Verbal Communication)
Staying Positive (Resilience)
Teamwork
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Institution
Country
Campus Type
Size
Education Model
Selectivity
University of Florida
USA
Rural Campus
Very Large Institution >30,000
Liberal Arts and Science (Major/minor Model), Researched Focused Institution, Teaching Focused Institution
Selective (25-50% admitted)
UWE Bristol
UK
City Campus, Suburban Campus
Very Large Institution >30,000
Single Subject Focus (Joint degrees available), Teaching Focused Institution, Vocationally Focused Institution (multiple integrated internships)
Less Selective (>75% admitted). Certain courses are more competitive and therefore will be more selective.
Trinity College Dublin
Ireland
City Island Campus
Medium Institution 5000-15,000
Single or Joint honours focus (but with some flexibility in pathways, and opportunities to undertake electives in different disciplines).
Highly Selective (10-25% admitted)
Cardiff University
UK
City Campus
Very Large Institution >30,000
We have 350 different courses in a wide range of subjects
Selective (25-50% admitted)
City University London
UK
City Campus
Medium Institution 5000-15,000
We offer a range of programmes aimed at equipping students for professional life.
Highly Selective (Business School), Selective, Somewhat Selective
University of Toronto
Canada
City Island Campus, Suburban Campus
Very Large Institution >30,000
UofT is a leading comprehensive research institution where students can mix & match programs areas.
Highly Selective (10-25% admitted). The majority of our programs want low to mid 30's, competitive areas STEM/BUS high 30s+
University of Leeds
UK
City Island Campus
Very Large Institution >30,000
We offer a wide variety of single honours and interdisciplinary programmes
Selective (25-50% admitted)
University of Southern California (USC)
USA
City Island Campus
Large Institution 15,000-30,000
Liberal Arts Foundation with Subject Focus
Highly Selective (10-25% admitted)
King's College London
UK
City Campus
Large Institution 15,000-30,000
Single, Dual courses (and/with). We do offer Liberal Arts
Selective (25-50% admitted)
University of Exeter
UK
Suburban Campus, Rural Campus
Large Institution 15,000-30,000
We have single subject and combined subjects for most of our programmes, but we do also off more interdisciplinary options such as Liberal Arts, Natural Sciences and Flexible Combined Honours.
Selective (25-50% admitted)
New York University
USA, UAE, China
City Island Campus, City Campus
Very Large Institution >30,000
Liberal Arts, 230+ areas of study
Highly Selective (10-25% admitted)
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