Taught course

Radiography (Computed Tomography and Medical Magnetic Resonance)

City, University of London · Radiography

Entry requirements

Applicants should hold a minimum of a lower second class honours degree in Diagnostic Radiography or the equivalent from an international institution in Diagnostic Radiography. A Diploma from the College of Radiographers may be accepted, subject to successfully demonstrating the required academic level by completing a pre-course assignment (early application is recommended). Applicants should also have a clinical placement in a Computed Tomography or Magnetic Resonance Imaging department for an average of three days per week or its equivalent (e.g. 6 days per fortnight or 12 days per month) for the duration of the Programme. Students must have worked for a minimum of one year on either a rotational or permanent basis is as a radiographer in a Computed Tomography or Magnetic Resonance Imaging Department prior to starting the programme. The University is unable to assist with arranging placements. The programme is part time only and contains both taught class room and distance learning elements. Preparatory programme: All students will need to attend a preparatory programme prior to commencing the postgraduate programme. Some students may be able to apply for credit exemptions via accreditation of prior learning (APL) from specific modules. Further information is available on request. The preparatory programme is designed for all applicants starting any postgraduate programme offered by the Department of Radiography.

Postgraduate Certificate/Postgraduate Diploma/MSc in Radiography ( Computed Tomography)

Months of entry

January, September

Course content

This course has a flexible modular approach focusing on the clinical specialties of Computed Tomography and Medical Magnetic Resonance.
The course gives students the skills and knowledge to apply critical appraisal to practice and promote reflective and evidence-based practice.

Information for international students

An English language requirement of IELTS 7 or above and acces to a CT Scanning department for the duration of the programme of study.

Fees and funding

Part-time EU: £3,750 (MSc) (2015/16), Part-time Non EU: £7,500 (MSc) (2015/16)
Scholarships: The School of Health Sciences believes that exceptional academic and clinical performance should be recognised and rewarded. We have several scholarships available for students starting on our courses this September and January: City University postgraduate scholarships, City University London Graduate Loyalty Discount, School of Health Sciences International Excellence Scholarships (for international students only)

Qualification and course duration


part time
24 (min) months


part time
18 (min) months


part time
12 (min) months


AssessmentWhat kind of work will I be doing? (proportionally)
Written/ formal examinations5
Written coursework / continuous assessment45
Dissertation50 (20000 words)

Course contact details

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