Master's Program in Radiography (Radiotherapy)

General

Program Description

Details

Final application deadline for non-EU applicants: November 15, 2019. Final application deadline for EU applicants: January 5, 2020.

  • Form of study: Full-time study
  • The workload of the program: 120 ECTS
  • The standard period of study: 2 years
  • Language of instruction: English
  • Conditions for commencing studies: Bachelor degree or equivalent qualification in Radiography
  • The applicants are ranked based on the following two criteria:
    • The average result of the applicant's Bachelor studies (40 %)
    • Admission interview (60 %)
  • The program consists of the following modules:
    • Master's thesis (30 ECTS)
    • Specialist subjects in Radiotherapy (30 ECTS)
    • Internship in Radiotherapy (30 ECTS)
    • Basic subjects (30 ECTS, incl. elective subjects 6 ECTS)

Title of academic degree awarded on graduation: Master's Degree in Radiography (Radiotherapy)

Tuition fee: 3300 EUR per academic year

General Structure of the Program

Modules/subjects Year 1 Year 2
Semester I Semester II Semester III Semester IV
Module of basic subjects 30 ECTS

Development of radiotherapy and the radiographer profession in international cooperation 4.0 ECTS

Electives 6.0 ECTS

Management

6 ECTS

Pedagogy

6.0 ECTS

Pedagogical practice

8.0 ECTS

Module of Master’s thesis 30 ECTS

Master’s thesis I

10 ECTS

Master’s thesis II

4 ECTS

Master’s thesis III

4 ECTS

Master’s thesis IV

12 ECTS

Module of specialist subjects in Radiotherapy 30 ECTS

Introduction to cancer and cancer management 5.0 ECTS

Radiotherapy physics and radiobiology 5.0 ECTS

Radiotherapy and the principles and practice of pre-treatment procedures 5.0 ECTS

Introduction to radiotherapy treatment planning 5.0 ECTS

Principles and practice of radiotherapy delivery and patient care 10.0 ECTS
Module of internship in Radiotherapy 30 ECTS

Internship I

10 ECTS

Internship II

16 ECTS

Internship III

4 ECT

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Last updated November 2019

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