100% of our graduates are in work or further study fifteen months after graduating (2018/19 Graduate Outcomes Survey).
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International/EU: £16,415 per year
- Learn essential practical skills, including radiation safety and patient care
- Consider new care models that integrate health and social care
- Develop your communication, research and health promotion skills
- Understand the impact of environmental factors on cancer patients.
This challenging and supportive course has been developed in partnership with employers and professional bodies. When you graduate, you’ll be eligible to apply for registration with the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC).
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Watch student Sarah Bradder talk about what it’s like to study on this course.
How you learn
All our courses are designed around a set of key principles based on engaging you with the world, collaborating with others, challenging you to think in new ways, and providing you with a supportive environment in which you can thrive.
While specialising in radiotherapy, you’ll have opportunities to learn with, from and about students from other health and social care courses. This will enable you to develop an in depth understanding of person-centred care and patient journeys.
You learn through
- seminars and workshops
- self-directed study
- practice-based learning
Course leaders and tutors
Lecturer in Radiotherapy
Theory will prepare you for practice learning experiences are designed to help you not only to apply theory to practice, but to develop critical and ethical approaches to your practice in order to become life-long, competent professionals. You are required to attend the practice learning experiences provided on the course to achieve the course practice learning outcomes.
You’ll undertake a range of practice learning experiences, helping you to build your skills, confidence, creativity, resilience, integrity and curiosity. This will take place in different practice learning environments, reflecting the range of ways in which services are currently delivered. This might include simulated learning and virtual placements alongside real world experience of services delivered face to face to service users.
The university will ensure that the practice learning element of your course will be compliant with the requirements of the Professional and Statutory Regulatory Body (PSRB) governing your chosen profession. This is so that by the end of your course, you will have been provided with the opportunity to demonstrate attainment of the requirements to register as a professional with your chosen profession.
This course prepares you for a career in
- therapeutic radiography roles
- the NHS
- the independent health sector
- AHP roles
Previous graduates have gone on to work in
- the charity sector
- the teaching and training of radiotherapy
- software and equipment development
- treatment review
- information and support services
- palliative care
- technical practice
- oncology roles
This course is approved by the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC). Graduates are eligible to apply to register with the HCPC and apply to become members of the Society and College of Radiographers. You must be registered with the HCPC in order to practise as a therapeutic radiographer in the UK.
Student success story
Find out about why Becky is inspired to work with cancer patients.
Where will I study?
You study at Collegiate Campus through a structured mix of lectures, seminars and practical sessions as well as access to digital and online resources to support your learning.
Collegiate Campus can be found just off Ecclesall Road, a bustling student district.
Collegiate Library can be found just off Ecclesall Road. It's open 24 hours a day, every day.Learn more
Equipment and facilities
On this course you work with
- specialist radiotherapy equipment, primarily Linear Accelerators
- Virtual Environment Radiotherapy Training (VERT) equipment
- dedicated computer terminals with the latest software (Eclipse treatment planning and Aria verification)
120 UCAS points from A level or equivalent, or an alternative qualification such as an Access course. Must include 32 points from either Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Psychology or Sociology OR BTEC National Diploma in a pure science or social science subject. We do not accept AS levels or general studies.
If English is not your first language you need an IELTS score of 6.5 or above, with a minimum score of 5.5 in each skill.
Please note the University will only admit students who are aged 18 or over at the point of enrolment.
Offers are subject to enhanced DBS check, Occupational Health assessment and required immunisations prior to enrolment.
Additional information for EU/International students
If you are an International or non-UK European student, you can find out more about the country specific qualifications we accept on our international qualifications page. You can also watch a video guide on how to apply.
For details of English language entry requirements (IELTS), please see the information for 'All students'.
Module and assessment information for future years is displayed as currently validated and may be liable to change. When selecting electives, your choices will be subject to the core requirements of the course. As a result, selections may be limited to a choice between one of two or more specified electives in some instances.
|Module: Collaboration For Individual And Community Wellbeing||Credits: 20|
|Module: Oncology, Radiotherapy And Technology 1||Credits: 20|
|Module: Personal And Professional Development||Credits: 20|
|Module: Principles Of Anatomy, Imaging And Radiation Science||Credits: 20|
|Module: Principles Of Cancer Care||Credits: 20|
|Module: Ronc Competence For Practice 1||Credits: -|
|Module: Ronc Professional Practice 1||Credits: 20|
|Module: Assessing And Addressing Complexity||Credits: 40|
|Module: Evidence And Enquiry For Practice||Credits: 20|
|Module: Oncology, Radiotherapy And Technology 2||Credits: 20|
|Module: Oncology, Radiotherapy And Technology 3||Credits: 20|
|Module: Ronc Competence For Practice 2||Credits: -|
|Module: Ronc Professional Practice 2||Credits: 20|
|Module: Application Of Principles To Practice||Credits: 20|
|Module: Professional Leadership||Credits: 20|
|Module: Ronc Competence For Practice 3||Credits: -|
|Module: Ronc Professional Practice 3||Credits: 20|
|Module: The Advancing Professional||Credits: 40|
|Module: Working With Complexity In Practice||Credits: 20|
Fees and funding
Our tuition fee for UK students starting full-time undergraduate study in 2022/2023 are £9,250 per year.
† If you are studying an undergraduate course, postgraduate pre-registration course or postgraduate research course over more than one academic year then your tuition fees may increase in subsequent years in line with Government regulations or UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) published fees. More information can be found in our terms and conditions under student fees regulations.
Our tuition fee for International/EU students starting full-time study in 2022/23 is £14,415 with an annual placement supplement of £2,000.
Health and social care funding
Find out how to fund your studies by visiting our health and social care pages for more information.
Additional course costs
This link allows you to view estimated costs associated with the main activities on specific courses. These are estimates and, as such, are only an indication of additional course costs. Actual costs can vary greatly depending on the choices you make during your course.Additional costs for Radiotherapy and oncology courses (PDF, 742.9KB)
Any offer of a place to study is subject to your acceptance of the University’s Terms and Conditions and Student Regulations.