Glasgow caledonian university radiography
GCU is the largest provider of therapeutic radiography education in Scotland. The teaching team work closely with practice colleagues in the NHS and with their professional body to ensure the programme is relevant and up-to-date.
Practice placements take place at the Beatson West of Scotland Cancer Centre in Glasgow, the largest cancer centre in Scotland and one of the larger centres in the UK, Ninewells Hospital in Dundee, Aberdeen Royal Infirmary and Raigmore Hospital in Inverness.
Completion of an honours degree in Radiotherapy and Oncology leads to eligibility to apply for registration with the Health and Care Professions Council, and membership of the Society of Radiographers.
As a registered radiographer with the HCPC you are eligible to work in the NHS and private practice.
Tuition fees need to be paid to the university however some students are eligible for tuition fee support. The fees and financial support that are relevant to you depend on where you lived before coming to university. A guide to fees at GCU.
A level: BCC, excluding General Studies, but including two sciences with one at B, plus GCSE English and Maths at C/4
ILC Higher:H2 H2 H3 H3 including English and 2 Sciences at Higher and Ordinary level Maths and Physics at 02
IB Diploma: 24 points must include Biology, Physics and English
BTEC Extended Diploma in Science/Applied Science DMM plus GCSE English, Maths and Physics or Double Science at C
College: Access to Radiography. Science-based HNC with B in the graded unit. Applicants must also hold physics, literacy and numeracy equivalent to National 5 level, with English being preferred at Higher level. Communications 4 and Literature 1 are acceptable in lieu of Higher English.
Download the Programme Specification for a detailed breakdown of its structure, what you will learn and other useful information.
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