Do you want hassle-free Masters information and advice?
Get funding news and application tips
Receive course updates in your subject
Weekly blog with advice and student stories
Hear about upcoming virtual events
Masters degrees in Radiology allow postgraduates to study the use of medical imaging within clinical practice to diagnose and treat diseases.
Related subjects include Clinical Radiology, Medical Physics, Medical Imaging and Diagnostic Radiology. Entry requirements normally include an undergraduate degree in a relevant subject such as Medicine or Biology.
Radiology covers a broad range of medical imaging techniques and treatment methods. These techniques include x-ray, ultrasound, CT (computed tomography) and MRI (magnetic resonance imaging).
Radiologists use such methods in a wide variety of contexts, such as examining and monitoring the growth of a foetus, or detecting broken bones and foreign objects within the body. Radiology can also be applied during certain medical procedures – this is known as interventional radiology.
Depending on your interests, you may wish to specialise in a particular area of the field. For example, you could focus on the use of MRI for neuroscience practices, or CT scanning to detect emergent conditions such as blood clots and appendicitis.
Back to results
All Course Types
All Study Types
All Start Terms
A one-year, full-time, MSc in Radiation Biology awarded by the University of Oxford. This established state-of-the-art course, run by the Oxford Institute for Radiation Oncology, combines traditional and molecular radiation biology principles along with clinical and practical applications. Read more
The MPhil in Radiology is entirely research-based with students undertaking a project in one of the active research themes in the department, currently MRI, Hyperpolarised MRI, PET, Imaging in Oncology, Breast Imaging and Neuroradiology. Read more
Radiology trainees are required to assimilate a large body of knowledge with which they will have been previously unfamiliar over a relatively short timescale, including detailed knowledge of imaging physics and anatomy as well as the full spectrum of disease processes and associated imaging features. Read more
This course is not open to International students. The course is suitable for radiographers, midwives, nurses and doctors. Read more
If you want to study Medical Physics with applications in nuclear medicine, radiotherapy, electronics and MRI University of Aberdeen has a world renowned historic reputation within major global innovation in this health area. Read more
The aim of this course is to develop the analytical, theoretical and practical skills you learned on your undergraduate degree (which can be in any subject) and focus on the professional and clinical elements required to be a successful diagnostic radiographer. Read more
The Clinical Examination Skills module provides you with the theoretical underpinning and practice base. This will enable you to deliver safe and effective autonomous care. Read more
You will need to be currently employed or have access to clinical placements that will support development of clinical skills during the course of the module. Read more
The Radiographic Reporting programme offers a depth and scope of knowledge, which incorporates a high level of clinical skill in the practice of image evaluation and reporting of the skeletal system. Read more
This course is not open to International students. Take the next step towards a career in extended or advanced practice while enhancing your qualifications with this postgraduate radiography course. Read more
Aberdeen developed the MRI scanner and it offers a world renowned research lead programme across the entire range of scanning and imaging techniques including Nuclear, Positron Emission Tomography and Ultrasound. Read more
A programme for health care professionals from diverse backgrounds who wish to expand their knowledge of theoretical and practical aspects of oncology, including medical and oncology trainees, nurses, pharmacists, radiographers, vets, and clinical trial co-ordinators. Read more