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Bachelor of Medical Radiation Science (Medical Imaging)

Tuitionfee

128,800 AUDTuition Fee/year

Main Subject Area

Medicine Related StudiesMain Subject Area

Program overview

Main Subject

Medicine Related Studies

Degree

Other

Study Level

Undergraduate

If your career goal is to become a qualified diagnostic radiographer, but you’re also looking for a competitive edge, then this course will give you the skills, knowledge, and experience to confidently apply for employment both in Australia and overseas – six months ahead of other diagnostic radiographer courses. This course offers an accelerated four-year degree which completes all training in only 3.5 years allowing you enter the job market earlier and giving UC graduates a definite competitive advantage when it comes to looking for future employment opportunities.

Program overview

Main Subject

Medicine Related Studies

Degree

Other

Study Level

Undergraduate

If your career goal is to become a qualified diagnostic radiographer, but you’re also looking for a competitive edge, then this course will give you the skills, knowledge, and experience to confidently apply for employment both in Australia and overseas – six months ahead of other diagnostic radiographer courses. This course offers an accelerated four-year degree which completes all training in only 3.5 years allowing you enter the job market earlier and giving UC graduates a definite competitive advantage when it comes to looking for future employment opportunities.

Admission requirements

Undergraduate

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Applicants may be required to participate in an interview process. // Additional Admission Requirements: (1) Police clearance checks; (2) Immunisation; (3) Current First Aid certificate. // Assumed Knowledge: Assumed knowledge for entry is to HSC equivalent of Biology, Physics and Mathematics. // Inherent Requirements: Clinical practice and/or clinical laboratories during the medical imaging course require students to: (1) be involved in encounters where students must physically interact with patients and/or other students coming from a range of ethnic, age, gender and disability backgrounds; (2) be physically capable to independently lift and move patients and equipment and to wear lead gowns (heavy) for extended periods of time; (3) be involved in patient encounters where patients may be severely injured or be at the end stage of terminal illnesses; (4) work in environments which may be highly stressful; (5) have vision able to visualise detail within medical images; (6) due to government requirements, wear clothing during clinical placements that does not cover the elbows and forearms AND; (7) attend clinical workplaces, for extended periods of time, in interstate, metropolitan, regional and rural areas.

Jan-2000

Tuition fee and scholarships

Domestic Students

33,345 AUD
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International Students

128,800 AUD
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The University of Canberra is a young, vibrant and pragmatic university based in Canberra – Australia’s capital city. We’re a place where ideas are born, creativity is explored and opportunity is created.

Whether it’s fostering innovation, meeting health-care needs, solving environmental challenges or equipping the leaders of the future, our University is an embodiment of our city. Though our home is in Canberra, our global connections are deep and far reaching through our research, business connections, alumni networks and partnerships.

With a real-world, practical approach to education and deeply embedded work-based learning, our graduates enjoy a 90 per cent employment rate and higher starting salaries than the Australian university average. Many of our 86,000 alumni hold influential positions in public and private sectors in 120 countries.

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