From the beginning of your degree in Diagnostic Radiography, you start learning your skills using a range of sophisticated technology in a modern healthcare setting.
From X-rays, Computed Tomography (CT) and Ultrasound to Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) and Nuclear Medicine, you gain the relevant expertise to produce high-quality images to diagnose or assess injury or disease.
We also support you in building superb interpersonal, technical and problem-solving skills, while you learn about the needs of patients and patient pathways.
Work experience is invaluable in a rapidly evolving field. Your placement makes up 60% of your course – between 17-24 weeks each year – and takes place under the supervision of a dedicated practice educator.
The course is accredited by The Society of Radiographers and once you have graduated, you are eligible to apply for registration with the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) so you can practice professionally.
We embed the NHS Constitution Values in everything we do, underpinning the expectations of our staff and students and our practice settings. Go to the Government’s website for the full NHS England Constitution and Values.