The Therapeutic Radiography BSc equips you with the knowledge, technical expertise and care skills needed to plan and deliver radiotherapy treatment to patients with cancer. You will learn how to use advanced radiotherapy equipment and digital technology such as CT scanners in a safe and responsible manner to target the tumour with millimetre accuracy, delivering the maximum dose with minimum impact on healthy tissue.
|Three years, full time|
|Apply through UCAS code B822, institution code S49|
|Late applications for 2016 entry are currently being accepted via|
|UK and EU/EEA citizens may apply. Not open to non-EU (international) students|
|Approved by the College of Radiographers: September 2013 to September 2018
Approved by the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) for eligibility to apply for registration
|Study location: St George's, University of London and Kingston University|
The therapeutic radiographer works alongside clinical oncologists, physicists and other healthcare professionals in a multi-disciplinary oncology team to provide patient-centred care. You will care for patients of different ages, social classes and ethnic backgrounds. It is important that the therapeutic radiographer has both the appropriate caring personality and technical and analytical skills.
2016 entry UK/EU: NHS Bursary funded programme*
If you are seconded to this course by your employer, your employing NHS Trust will pay your fees.
*All UK and EU/EEA students are entitled to a means-tested bursary to cover the cost of this course. Fees may be subject to change.
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Approved by the College of Radiographers: September 2013 to September 2018
Last Updated: Tuesday, 22 March 2016 11:17