• Three years, full time
  • Apply through UCAS code B821, institution code S49
  • UCAS application deadline: 15 January
  • UK, EU/EEA and non-EU (international) citizens may apply
  • Accreditation: Health and Care Professions Council

Two radiographers working together

Summary This course will equip you to use technology, such as X-Ray, Ultrasound, CT and MRI, to make high-quality clinical images of the internal structure and workings of the body, in order to detect and monitor disease and the effects of trauma. The course is awarded by St George's, University of London and provided by the School of Radiography at the Faculty of Health, Social Care and Education.
  • Shared campus with one of the largest teaching hospitals in the UK
  • Interprofessional education: Shared learning with students training to be doctors, nurses, healthcare scientists and physiotherapists
  • 50 per cent of your time will be spent in a NHS trust on placement as a student radiographer
  • Our teaching staff have years of experience as radiographers
  • This course is taught in partnership with Kingston University. You will benefit from a large, multifaculty experience combined with the health science expertise offered by St George’s
  • Careers advice is embedded into our teaching

UK and EU/EEA: NHS Bursary funded programme*

Non-EU (international): £15,500 per year**

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. Bursaries may be available from international students' local governing authority.

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