Bachelor of Medical Radiation Science - Radiation Therapy (IBRS)
University of South Australia (UniSA)
Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
The Bachelor of Medical Radiation Science (Radiation Therapy) offers students extensive practical learning, coupled with the support and mentoring from award-winning teaching staff and academics. State-of-the-art on-campus facilities, including the Virtual Environment Radiotherapy Training (VERT) suite, means students get plenty of practical experience and graduate career-ready. The VERT suite is a three-dimensional treatment room where students treat virtual patients using equipment identical to the equipment used by practitioners in real-life.
- Medical Radiation Science
- Radiation Therapy
Standard entry requirements
- Qualify for South Australian Certificate of Education (SACE) with competitive ATAR
- Or complete secondary education equivalent to SACE
- Complete International Baccalaureate Diploma
- Complete or partially complete higher education program
- Complete four Open Universities Australia courses at undergraduate level or above
- Complete an Advanced Diploma or above
- Qualify for special entry
- Complete a Foundation Studies program
- And meet any pre-requisite and academic requirements. International students who speak English as a foreign language must have obtained the required standards prior to admission.
Graduates are eligible to apply for general registration with the Medical Radiation Practice Board of Australia (MRPBA).
Normally students who achieve a credit level or above in the courses which make up the first and second years of the program may be considered for the Honours program. A quota of places is offered each year to applicants in an academically ranked order. An invitation to undertake Honours will normally be made towards the end of the second year of the program.
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All students enrolled in a degree leading to professional registration must be registered with the relevant National Board. The registration process is undertaken by the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) with the University providing notification to AHPRA following enrolment in the degree. Students who undertake activities where interaction with the public is required must demonstrate that they have a current National Police Clearance and a current National Criminal History Record Check (Child-Related Clearance) from the Department for Communities and Social Inclusion (DCSI), which is valid for the duration of the program. Students must also successfully complete a 'Provide First Aid' course before they will be able to commence RADY 2015 Radiation Therapy Clinical Practice 1.