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Undergraduate diagnostic radiography

Diagnostic radiography student

Undergraduate diagnostic radiography

Awarded by St George’s, University of London

Diagnostic radiographers investigate the internal structure and workings of the human body using sophisticated equipment to produce high-quality clinical images. Imagery is often required to assess disease processes and the effects of trauma. It’s a highly complex area of expertise that can prove to be very rewarding for our students.

Courses

Pre-qualifying status course

Eligible for international students

Why choose us?

  • 89 per cent of our students are satisfied with the overall quality of diagnostic radiography education
  • Clinical experience is gained in two core hospitals, with visits to other specialist hospitals to observe and experience a range of techniques and equipment
  • Our interprofessional foundation programme in the first year of study encourages learning together with students studying medicine, biomedical science, healthcare scientists, physiotherapy and therapeutic radiography
  • Part of the course is undertaken in small multidisciplinary groups, providing an opportunity to learn from health professionals in various disciplines
  • Practical anatomy is taught in the dissecting room – a unique facility among universities in the United Kingdom where students learn with cadavers
  • You will learn about other types of imaging including computed tomography, ultrasound, magnetic resonance imaging and radionuclide imaging
  • Disclosure and Barring Service check
  • Occupational Health Screening and relevant professional vaccinations
  • Starter pack of the professional uniform
  • Ipad Mini for course-related activities
  • Placement at one of our 14 hospital trust partners
  • Clinical pack for placement learning

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