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Medical Imaging: Magnetic Resonance Imaging PgC

Course Description

Do you work with an MRI machine? Want to ensure your skills are of the highest calibre? With many employers requiring a formal qualification from radiographers, ensure you stay ahead by taking our programme. We'll develop your competence in practice alongside critical skills in evaluating practical applications of MRI, showing that you can demonstrate academic ability as well as clinical proficiency. Our course is approved by the College of Radiographers, and we have gained an excellent reputation worldwide for the high standards of our training. Prove that you have what it takes to provide first class medical imaging through a Masters level degree!

Course outline

You'll learn to demonstrate the judgement and problem solving skills necessary to produce the highest quality diagnostic medical images using a variety of magnetic resonance technology systems.

Graduate destinations

This qualification can lead to employment as a diagnostic radiographer. A Masters level degree is becoming a requirement in many departments, so you will have a head start in finding work with the NHS or in the private sector.

Visit the Medical Imaging: Magnetic Resonance Imaging PgC page on the University of Cumbria website for more details!

Entry Requirements

1st or 2nd class honours degree. Students with other qualifications may be admitted to the course via Accreditation of Prior Learning (APL) procedures. You will need at least 12 months equivalent, full time, post-registration clinical experience and be able to demonstrate that you will be able to work in a Medical Resonance department for a minimum of 2.5 days per week. You must provide one reference to support your application. Students need a mentor who will be trained by the university e.g. a radiographer who is senior to the student. Alternatively, other professionals e.g. physicists or radiologists can be considered.

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