Magnetic Resonance Imaging Program (2022)

Magnetic Resonance Imaging Program (2)

Program at a glance:

Credential Earned: Graduate Certificate

Program Length: 4 semesters (3 part-time didactic semesters plus 1 full-time clinical semester)

Program Delivery: Online

Start Date: September 2023

Application Deadline: May 31, 2023

About the Program

The Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) program is a part-time program designed with the working medical radiation sciences professional in mind. This program consists of both didactic and clinical components spread across four semesters. The didactic courses are offered online (three part-time semesters). The final semester is the clinical semester; it begins with a mandatory four-day Clinical Readiness component (a combination of online and onsite sessions) to ensure that students are fully prepared to start their full-time clinical practicum. Graduates are eligible to write the national certification examination administrated by the Canadian Association of Medical Radiation Technologists (CAMRT). Certification qualifies graduates to be eligible to work across Canada and allows them to apply for registration as an MRI Technologist with the College of Medical Radiation and Imaging Technologists of Ontario (CMRITO) .

The MRI Program is accredited by Accreditation Canada . Accreditation is a quality improvement process that ensures educational programs meet national standards and that students acquire the knowledge, skills, and competencies for safe and effective care at entry to practice.

“The MRI program instructors use first- hand clinical images and simulated software to prepare students for clinical placement.”

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Admission Requirements

About the Profession

MRI is an imaging modality that creates images of the body using radiofrequency waves in conjunction with extremely powerful magnets. This non-invasive technique relies on the magnetic properties of atoms (rather than radiation) and provides valuable diagnostic information to aid in patient management. MRI is widely used.

MRI technologists use their communication, patient-care and collaborative skills to interact with patients and other members of the health care team. They are responsible for the safety of patients and other staff members in the Magnetic Resonance environment. Using their knowledge of anatomy, physiology and pathology along with the principles of MRI physics and methodology, MRI technologists operate MRI scanners to create images of a patient’s body tissues, which physicians then use as an aid to diagnose patients. The skill of the MRI technologist is extremely important in obtaining high-quality diagnostic images. MRI technologists work with radiologists and other health care providers.

MRI Technologists find rewarding careers in clinical environments such as hospitals, diagnostic imaging centres and independent health facilities. Other career opportunities can be found in the areas of education, sales, applications and research.

What Will I Study?

The MRI Graduate Certificate program is a comprehensive, learner-centered program that provides the knowledge and skills necessary to care for patients in the MR environment and competently perform MRI procedures.

When you enroll in the MRI program, you will study MRI safety guidelines and requirements; patient care and safety skills; how to prepare and position patients for their MRI examinations; how to apply knowledge of MRI physics and methodology, cross sectional anatomy and pathology to produce high-quality diagnostic MRI images; how to use sophisticated MRI scanners to perform complex cross-sectional imaging procedures.

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For more detailed course information, visit the MRI Curriculum page.

Clinical Education

Length: 15 weeks*
Start/End: September to December
Alternate Start/End: January to April

You will be assigned to a clinical placement site(s) through Michener’s Office for Clinical Education. This process begins with an information session in the first year of your program. The clinical practicum is fulltime, and comprised of a combination of evening, night, weekend and day shifts. Students should be prepared to work a significant number of evening and night rotations, particularly in the first half of the course. Weekend rotations may also be scheduled for your best learning opportunities.

As clinical education is a major component of all Michener programs, our affiliated clinical sites are integral to your education. They include teaching and community hospitals as well as private clinics primarily in Ontario. Working closely under the supervision of MRI Technologists, you will have the opportunity to integrate knowledge and skills into practice during the clinical phase of your program. Clinical placements give you hands-on experience in work environments and the opportunity to network with potential employers.

You may be placed in more than one clinical site during your clinical placement period, based on the required clinical competencies for your program and the range of services at the clinical sites.

Clinical partner sites are subject to change; therefore, specific geographic regions may not be available at the time of your placement and other regions may be added. Please note that when you accept a seat in the program, you also accept to go to any of the program’s affiliated clinical sites available at the time of your placement.

*First week mandatory attendance at The Michener Institute is required for clinical readiness (regardless of residential address, all students commencing clinical MUST attend). ONLY students that have completed all Health Requirements documentation will be able to proceed to their clinical placement.

Additional Resources

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

How many intakes does the MRI Program have?
A: We currently accept one intake annually, which takes place in September.

I took MRI courses as selectives as part of my first discipline program – will this count towards any coursework in the MRI Program?
A:
Graduates of the joint University of Toronto / Medical Radiation Sciences program who have successfully completed one or more MRI courses as electives will be given the opportunity to apply for transfer credit once accepted into the MRI Program.

What do I need to submit with my application?
A: Canadian Educated Applicants:

  • Official academic transcript
  • Certification/licensure in one of the following four disciplines: Nuclear Medicine, Radiation Therapy, Radiological Technology or Sonography/Ultrasound

A: Internationally Educated Applicants:

Will I be eligible for OSAP?
A:
Unfortunately, no. Although MRI students are full-time during clinical, they are not eligible for OSAP as the program is considered part-time.

I am in another program, but taking MRI courses, would I be able to enter my MRI courses in my CMRITO record for CE and PD?
A: You will need to contact CMRITO directly to determine if your current course work would be considered eligible.

Does the program have a summer semester?
A: Yes, there is a 12-week summer semester that is delivered fully online (May – July inclusive)

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Is the program designed to go at your own pace?
A: No, there is a set order to the courses and timelines, and each course has a weekly schedule, with fixed start and end dates, structured deadlines for assessments, etc. that students will need to follow. As part of the didactic courses, students are expected to completely weekly activities online, both on their own and together with their faculty and peers.

What kind of structured deadlines do you have for assignments and exams?
A: Every course follows a structured schedule with set deadlines for submission of assignments and examination date. All assignments and exam dates are listed in the course outline that you will be able to access once you are enrolled in each specific course.

As an international student, am I eligible to take the program as a distance learner?
A: All the didactic courses are delivered online, which you can take wherever you may be. For the final clinical semester, you will be required to be present in Toronto at The Michener Institute during the first week, followed by 14 weeks of clinical at one or more of our affiliated clinical sites.

I am currently working at a non-Canadian clinic. Would I be able to complete the clinical portion at the hospital I work at?
A: Currently we only place students at our affiliated Canadian sites in Canada.

Will I require a study permit or work visa for my clinical practicum?
A: The clinical placement is under 6 months, you will not be required to apply for a study permit, only a visitor visa is required. Please refer to the CIC Government website for more information on obtaining a visa to study in Canada.

CLINICAL PRACTICUM – FAQS

When will I find out where I will be doing my clinical?
A: The clinical placement selection process follows Michener’s Clinical Placement PolicyandProcedure.It istypically runinthesummer semesterprior to thefallclinicalpracticum course. If you have any questions, please contact the Office for Clinical Education (clinicaleducation@michener.ca)

Can I choose which site I will be going to?
A: You will have the opportunity to rank your regional preferences via the clinical placement process. However, please note that when you accept a seat in the program, you also acceptto go to any of the program’s affiliated clinical sites availableat the time of your placement.For more details on the clinical placement policy and process, please review Michener’s Clinical PlacementPolicyandProcedure.

Can I do my clinical at my current place of employment?
A: The ability to complete one’s placement at their current place of employment is dependent onseveralfactors, including but notlimited to 1) theavailabilityof a clinical placement; 2) the employer. Michener is affiliated with many diverse clinical partners for MRI placements, ​who support placement opportunities offered for the clinical selection process as well as for Employer Initiated Placements (E.I.P.). If you have any questions concerning E.I.P., please contact the Office for Clinical Education (clinicaleducation@michener.ca)

Can I do my clinical on a part-time basis?
A: No, the clinical practicum can only be completed on a Full-Time basis. The practicum is only one semester long – a total of fifteen consecutive weeks,including the week of ‘clinical readiness’at Michener/online. Full-Time means 5 days x 8 hour shifts per week.

What shifts will I be scheduled for?
A: The clinical practicum is comprised of a combination of evening, night, weekend and day shifts. Students should be prepared to work a significant number of evening and night rotations, particularly in the first half of the course. Weekend rotations may also be scheduled for your best learning opportunities.

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I want to keep working during my clinical time. What shifts can I work?
A: It is the responsibility of the individual student to make their own choices regarding the balance between their studies and other aspects of their lives. As the clinical practicum is full-time, all students will need to make the necessary arrangements in advance to enable their ability to committo their clinical placement fully and to focus on their preparations to challenge the Canadian Association of Medical Radiation Technologists (CAMRT) national certification examination. (Please note that learning and participating in mentored practical training for eight hours a day can be significantly more tiring than working in the job in which you are already familiar; as such, students are advised to minimize additional work commitments during this period.)

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FAQs

Which software is used in MRI? ›

gr-MRI implements basic sequencing functionality, and tools for system calibrations, multi-radio synchronization, and MR signal processing and image reconstruction.

How long does it take to become an MRI tech in Canada? ›

The Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) program is a one-year program that fulfills the educational requirements of the Canadian Association of Medical Radiation Technologists (CAMRT).

How much do MRI technicians make in Ontario? ›

Salary Recap

The average pay for a MRI Technologist is $85,848 a year and $41 an hour in Ontario, Canada. The average salary range for a MRI Technologist is between $60,609 and $104,048. On average, an Associate Degree is the highest level of education for a MRI Technologist.

How much do MRI techs make in Alberta? ›

Hourly Wage
Wages*Low (5th percentile)Average
Starting$31.88$35.25
Overall$36.78$42.20
Top$44.62$46.83

Is an MRI a computer? ›

Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) is a noninvasive test doctors use to diagnose medical conditions. MRI uses a powerful magnetic field, radiofrequency pulses, and a computer to produce detailed pictures of internal body structures. MRI does not use radiation (x-rays).

How does the computer in an MRI work? ›

To capture an image, the MRI system uses and sends magnetic and radiofrequency waves into the patient's body. The energy emitted by the atoms in the magnetic field sends a signal to a computer. Then, the computer uses mathematical formulas to convert the signal to an image.

How much do MRI techs make in Canada? ›

The national average salary for a MRI Technologist is $86,023 in Canada.

What's it like being an MRI Tech? ›

At a hospital, MRI techs might have to work nights or weekends. They might also have to be on call. "New techs usually have to work their way up from nights to days," Blair says. A typical day for an MRI tech is variable, but the MRI machines are running constantly, scanning back-to-back patients.

How can I become MRI technologist? ›

Eligibility Requirements

Complete an associate's degree or higher in any field from an institution accredited by an agency the ARRT recognizes. Complete an ARRT-recognized MRI technologist education program (certificate or bachelor's degree) Comply with the ARRT's standard of ethics.

How do I become a mri tech in Canada? ›

Admission Requirements

Graduation from a Canadian Medical Association accredited and relevant diploma or degree program. Preference will be given to graduates of Medical Radiation Imaging Sciences – Radiologic Technology, Nuclear Medicine, Radiation Therapy, and Diagnostic Ultrasonography programs.

How much do CT techs make in Ontario? ›

The average pay for a Medical CT Technologist is $78,131 a year and $38 an hour in Ontario, Canada. The average salary range for a Medical CT Technologist is between $55,004 and $94,772. On average, an Associate Degree is the highest level of education for a Medical CT Technologist.

How much do ultrasound technicians make in Ontario? ›

A mid-career Ultrasound Technologist with 5-9 years of experience earns an average total compensation (includes tips, bonus, and overtime pay) of C$37.35 based on 6 salaries. An experienced Ultrasound Technologist with 10-19 years of experience earns an average total compensation of C$38.87 based on 7 salaries.

How do I become a MRI Tech in Alberta? ›

Completion of diploma from an accredited Medical Resonance Imaging (MRI) Program required or completion of certificate from an accredited MRI Technologist program plus a diploma from an accredited Program in Medical Radiology, Diagnostic Medical Sonography (Ultrasound), Nuclear Medicine or Radiation Therapy.

What are MRI techs called? ›

Radiologic technologists, also known as radiographers, perform x rays and other diagnostic imaging examinations on patients. MRI technologists operate magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scanners to create diagnostic images.

How much do ultrasound techs make in Alberta? ›

Source
Wages*Low (5th percentile)Average
Starting$39.27$39.88
Overall$40.69$46.14
Top$50.64$52.06

Why can't I drink water before an MRI? ›

That's because when you lie flat, gravity can't help move food and acid down the esophagus and through your digestive tract. If you often experience esophageal reflux, you may want to limit the amount you eat or drink before your MRI or abstain from eating and drinking for a few hours prior to your MRI.

Can you have 2 MRIs a day? ›

Your MRI exam may take as little as 15 minutes or as long as an hour depending on the type and number of exam(s). You may have more than one scan scheduled for the same day or back-to-back in some cases.

Why is MRI so loud? ›

The MRI machine uses a combination of a strong magnet, radio transmitter and receiver. When the sequences are performed, electric current is sent through a coiled wire-an electromagnet. The switching of the currents causes the coils to expand making loud clicking sounds.

How much does a MRI cost? ›

The average cost of an MRI can range anywhere from $400 to $12,000, depending on the place of service, health insurance, location, extra medications, the provider, and body part scanned. Health insurance typically covers authorized MRIs.

What happens if you have metal in an MRI? ›

Pins, plates and metallic joints

Metal that is well secured to the bone, such as hip and knee joint replacements, will not be affected by an MRI. The metal won't heat up or move in response to the machine.

How are MRI images generated? ›

MRI scanners create images of the body using a large magnet and radio waves. No radiation is produced during an MRI exam, unlike X-rays. These images give your physician important information in diagnosing your medical condition and planning a course of treatment.

Where do mri techs make the most money? ›

The highest position that you can reach as an mri technologist is chief medical officer. The median salary of a chief medical officer is $228,710.
...
1. New Jersey.
Total MRI Technologist Jobs:623
Lowest 10 Percent Earn:$53,000
Highest 10 Percent Earn:$168,000
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How much do radiation technologists make in Canada? ›

Medical radiation technologists (NOC 3215) usually earn between $25.00/hour and $45.00/hour in Canada.

How much does a radiation oncologist make in Canada? ›

An early career Radiation Oncologist with 1-4 years of experience earns an average total compensation (includes tips, bonus, and overtime pay) of C$237,500 based on 5 salaries. An experienced Radiation Oncologist with 10-19 years of experience earns an average total compensation of C$300,000 based on 5 salaries.

Who makes more CT or MRI Tech? ›

MRI has always paid more than CT and probably always will. There is more responsibility, for one thing, thanks to the magnet.

Is there a demand for MRI techs? ›

MRI techs have one of the fastest job growth rates of any healthcare occupation. Through 2026 MRI tech jobs are expected to grow 13%. This growth rate is higher than average for all tracked occupations, not just healthcare.

Is becoming an MRI technologist hard? ›

You'll have to spend long stretches of time on your feet, especially early in your career where many people often work very long shifts. This could be a tremendous struggle for people with mobility or chronic pain problems, as well as those who become fatigued from being on their feet for most of the day.

Is being an MRI tech safe? ›

Unlike x-rays and CT scans, patients are never exposed to radiation during MRIs. This means that the procedure is also safe for the MRI technician who works in close proximity to the scanner.

How do I become a MRI radiographer? ›

Entry requirements

To become a diagnostic radiographer, you must first successfully complete an approved degree or masters in diagnostic radiography. Degree courses take three or four years full time, or up to six years part time. There are also some postgraduate courses that can take two years.

What makes a good MRI Tech? ›

MRI techs need to know how to calculate doses of contrast and other chemicals that might be needed during a scan. They should also take into account a patient's kidney or liver disease when performing these calculations. Finally, being physically fit is part of the job.

How long does it take to become an Xray Tech in Canada? ›

How do I become a Radiological Technologist? The School of Health Sciences offers a four-year degree program in radiological technology. The program curriculum offers the necessary competencies to challenge the Canadian Association of Medical Radiation Technologists (CAMRT) professional examination.

How do I become a radiographer in Canada? ›

Completion of a two- to three-year college, hospital or other approved program in diagnostic radiography or magnetic resonance imaging (for radiological technologists and magnetic resonance technologists), nuclear medicine technology (for nuclear medicine technologists) or radiation therapy (for radiation therapists) ...

How do you become a radiologist in Canada? ›

How to become a radiologist
  1. Earn an applicable bachelor's degree. Earning a bachelor's degree in a related medical discipline is the first step to becoming a radiologist. ...
  2. Take the MCAT. ...
  3. Complete medical school. ...
  4. Pass your licensing exam. ...
  5. Complete your residency.

How much do MRT make in Canada? ›

How much does a Medical Radiation Technologist (Mrt) make? The national average salary for a Medical Radiation Technologist (Mrt) is $78,224 in Canada.

How do I become a CT tech in Canada? ›

Graduated from a Canadian accredited radiological technology or nuclear medicine program within 3 years of PLAR application and whose applicable courses have been reviewed and approved by the CAMRT. Graduated from the accredited education program within the last 3 years.

Is medical radiation technologist a good career in Canada? ›

The employment outlook will be good for Medical radiation technologists (NOC 3215) in Ontario for the 2021-2023 period. The following factors contributed to this outlook: Employment growth will lead to a moderate number of new positions. A moderate number of positions will become available due to retirements.

How much do Xray techs make in Ontario? ›

The average pay for a Medical X-Ray Technician is $72,536 a year and $35 an hour in Ontario, Canada. The average salary range for a Medical X-Ray Technician is between $51,936 and $87,406. On average, a High School Degree is the highest level of education for a Medical X-Ray Technician.

How long does it take to become an ultrasound technician in Canada? ›

Employment requirements

Completion of a three- to four-year program in diagnostic medical sonography or ultrasound technology or Completion of a two- to three-year program in a related allied health field and a one-year post-diploma program in diagnostic medical sonography from an accredited institution are required.

Are sonographers in demand in Canada? ›

Yes, You Can! Medical sonographers are on the Canadian NOC List under the code of 3216 and are eligible to move to Canada. Despite many Medical sonographers migrating to Canada over the past few years, Medical sonographers are still in high demand across Canada from both a National and Provincial basis.

How do I become an Xray Tech in Alberta? ›

In order to practice as a Medical Radiation Technologist in the province of Alberta, technologists are required to be registered with the Alberta College of Medical Diagnostic and Therapeutic Technologists (ACMDTT) to obtain a license to practice.

What course is RadTech? ›

The Bachelor of Science in Radiologic Technology or BS RadTech is a four-year degree program that trains students on operating various medical equipment that include CT scanners, MRIs, and X-rays.

What is medical radiological technology? ›

Medical Radiological Technology or Bachelor of Science in Medical Radiological Technology is an undergraduate Radiography course. B.Sc. Medical Radiological Technology course is concerned with the direct administration of radiation, primarily x-rays, in disease diagnosis and injury assessment.

What is the highest paying medical imaging job? ›

5 High Paying Medical Imaging Jobs
  1. Nuclear Medicine Technologists (NMT) ...
  2. Diagnostic Medical Sonographers. ...
  3. Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) Technologists. ...
  4. Radiologic Technologists and Technicians. ...
  5. Cardiovascular Technologists and Technicians.
30 Jun 2022

Do MRI techs start IVs? ›

We don't have to deal with blood.

If there is a trauma situation of any kind, we will be involved, either in the emergency room, surgery, or both. Those of us who do CT scans or MRIs will also start IVs.

Which radiology course is best? ›

List of radiology courses after 12th
CoursesDuration
B.Sc. Radiology / Radiography, Radio Therapy3 - 4 years
B.Sc. Medical Laboratory Technology3.5 years - 4 years
B.Sc. Medical (Radio) Imaging Technology3 years + 1 year Internship
Diploma in Medical Lab Technology2 years - 2 years 6 months
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Where do sonographers get paid the most? ›

The states and districts that pay Diagnostic Medical Sonographers the highest mean salary are California ($108,400), Hawaii ($101,570), Alaska ($95,990), District of Columbia ($94,260), and Rhode Island ($92,460).

Is ultrasound technician hard? ›

It's a job that requires technical savvy, detailed knowledge of human anatomy, and the interpersonal skills necessary to make a patient feel at ease during the procedure. Being an ultrasound technician may seem like a daunting job, but it only takes a minimum of two years to complete the schooling necessary.

Are sonographers in high demand? ›

Since sonography doesn't use radiation or require that the patient undergo complex and time-consuming preparation before the scan, it's often the first choice when a doctor needs to know more about a medical issue. Sonographers are in high demand, in part, because sonography is so common.

How do I become a MRI technician in Canada? ›

Admission Requirements

Graduation from a Canadian Medical Association accredited and relevant diploma or degree program. Preference will be given to graduates of Medical Radiation Imaging Sciences – Radiologic Technology, Nuclear Medicine, Radiation Therapy, and Diagnostic Ultrasonography programs.

How much do medical radiation technologists make in Ontario? ›

Medical radiation technologists (NOC 3215) usually earn between $25.00/hour and $45.00/hour in Canada.

How do I become a MRI Tech in Alberta? ›

Completion of diploma from an accredited Medical Resonance Imaging (MRI) Program required or completion of certificate from an accredited MRI Technologist program plus a diploma from an accredited Program in Medical Radiology, Diagnostic Medical Sonography (Ultrasound), Nuclear Medicine or Radiation Therapy.

How do I become a radiology technician in Ontario? ›

Ultrasound and X-Ray Jobs and Salaries

To work as a medical radiation and imaging technologist (MRIT), graduates must register with the College of Medical Radiation Technologists of Ontario upon completion of the of Sonography Canada or CAMRT examination.

What are MRI techs called? ›

Radiologic technologists, also known as radiographers, perform x rays and other diagnostic imaging examinations on patients. MRI technologists operate magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scanners to create diagnostic images.

How many years does it take to become a radiologist in Canada? ›

Becoming a radiologist is lengthy and can take upward of 13-15 years because of the specialized nature of training required.

Is radiology a good career? ›

Radiology careers are also very well-paying. An average salary of a radiologist in India is around ₹1,799,737 annually. Radiologists also have the option to move abroad if they desire better opportunities.

How much do MRT make in Canada? ›

How much does a Medical Radiation Technologist (Mrt) make? The national average salary for a Medical Radiation Technologist (Mrt) is $78,224 in Canada.

Is radiology a stressful job? ›

A survey presented at a scientific session Wednesday found relatively high levels of stress across a broad spectrum of radiologists. Particularly hard hit by stress are women radiologists and those in their 30s.

How much do Xray techs make in Canada? ›

Find out what the average Radiology Technologist salary is

How much does a Radiology technologist make in Canada? The average radiology technologist salary in Canada is $62,513 per year or $32.06 per hour. Entry-level positions start at $52,640 per year, while most experienced workers make up to $75,280 per year.

How do I become an Xray Tech in Alberta? ›

In order to practice as a Medical Radiation Technologist in the province of Alberta, technologists are required to be registered with the Alberta College of Medical Diagnostic and Therapeutic Technologists (ACMDTT) to obtain a license to practice.

How do I become a radiology technician in Canada? ›

How do I become a Radiological Technologist? The School of Health Sciences offers a four-year degree program in radiological technology. The program curriculum offers the necessary competencies to challenge the Canadian Association of Medical Radiation Technologists (CAMRT) professional examination.

What course is RadTech? ›

The Bachelor of Science in Radiologic Technology or BS RadTech is a four-year degree program that trains students on operating various medical equipment that include CT scanners, MRIs, and X-rays.

Which radiology course is best? ›

List of radiology courses after 12th
CoursesDuration
B.Sc. Radiology / Radiography, Radio Therapy3 - 4 years
B.Sc. Medical Laboratory Technology3.5 years - 4 years
B.Sc. Medical (Radio) Imaging Technology3 years + 1 year Internship
Diploma in Medical Lab Technology2 years - 2 years 6 months
2 more rows
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What are the requirements for radiology course? ›

Admission requirement(s):

A National Senior Certificate with a bachelor's degree or a diploma endorsement, or an equivalent qualification, with an achievement level of at least 4 for English (home language or first additional language), 4 for Life Sciences, 4 for Mathematics and 4 for Physical Sciences.

What else can you do with a radiography degree? ›

Studying radiography and medical technology at degree level will most often lead to a job as a:
  • radiographer.
  • x-ray operator.
  • sonographer.
  • clinical photographer.
  • medical instrument technician.

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