Therapeutic Radiography qualifications from St George's are internationally recognised and offer a range of career opportunities in hospital and other clinical settings, with the opportunity to progress towards clinical specialisation, management, teaching and research careers.

A student using a radiography machine simulator

Therapeutic radiography requires the use of a diverse range of equipment and techniques to prepare and deliver the individualised treatment that every patient needs.

Constant advances in technology allow therapeutic radiographers to continue to improve the outcomes for patients with cancer, making this a rewarding career choice. On completion of this course you can choose to study at postgraduate certificate, diploma and masters level for radiography qualifications.


  • Treatment planning
  • Teaching
  • Management
  • Quality assurance
  • Treatment delivery
  • Treatment review
  • Research
  • Treatment and patient support
  • Palliative care

Advanced career paths

  • Complex treatment planning
  • Drug prescribing
  • Consultant practitioner

On graduation you can register with the Health and Care Professions Council and apply for membership with the Society of Radiographers.

Last Updated: Thursday, 28 February 2019 16:42