Normally you need one from
- a degree in therapeutic radiography
- a Diploma of the College of Radiographers (T) or equivalent study in therapeutic radiography
- an equivalent healthcare degree If English is a second language, you also need an IELTS of 6.5 or above.
You also need a letter of support from line manager indicating that you are in an appropriate extended role in practice, have clinical support mechanisms and a mentor assigned. We consider applicants on an individual basis. To be accepted, you need to satisfy the course leader that you have an ability to complete the course. A telephone conversation may be arranged with the course leader to discuss your role and the suitability of the course, before a place is offered. You must be prepared to be intellectually challenged and to reflect on your clinical practice and consider how it may be improved based on critical evaluation. You need to be motivated, able to contribute to the online discussion and debate, and be prepared to study independently to explore the research literature that underpins practice.
Months of entry
Continue to develop your practice in radiotherapy and oncology, and gain accreditation for your advanced knowledge and skills. This course is designed to help you develop a profile that satisfies both statutory CPD and professional body requirements.
• Develop your practice as an advanced practitioner.
• Increase your ability to critically evaluate theoretical perspectives and relevant research underpinning professional practice.
• Satisfy various professional body and statutory CPD requirements.
• Study the whole course, or individual modules to gain academic credit towards a qualification.
Information for international students
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Fees and funding
Scholarships, discounts and bursaries may be available to international students who study this course.
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
- Post-experience and Postgraduate Office
- 0114 225 2373