Where Can I Study?

Australian Society of Medical Imaging and Radiation Therapy

Where Can I Study?

Where can I study Diagnostic Radiography/Medical Imaging Technology? 

Diagnostic radiography/medical imaging programmes are available in the Australian Capitol Territory, Queensland, New South Wales, Victoria, South Australia and Western Australia.

Professional entry to diagnostic radiography / medical imaging in Australia may involve:

Completion of an approved three-year undergraduate medical imaging/diagnostic radiography Bachelor degree followed by completion of the Supervised Practice Programme (SPP).

Completion of an approved four-year undergraduate medical imaging/diagnostic radiography Bachelor degree.

Completion of an approved two-year graduate entry medical imaging/diagnostic radiography Master degree followed by completion of the Supervised Practice Programme (SPP). 

Completion of graduate entry medical imaging / diagnostic radiography Master degree, approved by MRPBA for general registration.

Details of the Supervised Practice Programme (SPP) can be found on the Medical Radiation Practice Board of Australia's website.

Information regarding all aspects of the diagnostic radiography and medical imaging programmes is available directly from the University:

University of Canberra

Queensland University of Technology

University of Newcastle

University of Sydney

Charles Sturt University

RMIT University

Monash University

University of South Australia

Curtin University of Technology

CQUniversity

Deakin University

 

Where can I study Radiation Therapy? 


Radiation Therapy programmes are available on-campus in Queensland, New South Wales, Victoria and South Australia. Monash University offers a radiation therapy programme delivered via distance education at selected sites throughout Australia.

Professional entry to radiation therapy in Australia may involve:

Completion of an approved three-year undergraduate radiation therapy Bachelor degree followed by completion of the Supervised Practice Programme (SPP).

Completion of an accredited four-year undergraduate radiation therapy Bachelor degree.

Completion of an accredited two-year graduate entry radiation therapy Master degree followed by completion of the Supervised Practice Programme (SPP).

Completion of an accredited two-year graduate entry radiation therapy Master degree.

Details of the Supervised Practice Programme (SPP) can be found on the Medical Radiation Practice Board of Australia's website.

All programmes include a professional clinical practice component. Students may be required to undertake this component in non-metropolitan or interstate locations.

Information regarding all aspects of the radiation therapy programmes is available directly from the University:

Queensland University of Technology 

University of Newcastle

University of Sydney

Charles Sturt University

RMIT University

University of South Australia

Monash University

Curtin University

 

Where can I study as an International Student?


International students require an appropriate work visa to undertake the Supervised Practice Program (SPP).

Upon completion of an approved university programme and the SPP, international students may apply for a Skills Assessment letter and Statement of Qualification. International students must provide evidence of English language proficiency with their application.

A skilled migration visa application may be submitted once a Skills Assessment letter and Statement of Qualification has been issued.

 

Where can I study Ultrasound?

Ultrasound/Sonography is a postgraduate qualification in Australia. To undertake these programs, you must possess an appropriate qualification such as diagnostic radiography/medical imaging, radiation therapy, biomedical science or nursing. A number of the universities that conduct the professional entry programs in diagnostic radiography offer ultrasound/sonography programs. 

Information regarding all aspects of the ultrasound/sonography programmes is available directly from the university.

A full list of accredited ultrasound programs is available via the ASAR website.