Radiation Technology (Bachelor)

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Without it, modern medicine would be almost unimaginable – imaging techniques like X-rays or CAT scans provide valuable insights into the human body. Thanks to these diagnostic techniques, anomalies and pathological changes can be found, detected, and treated. In our Bachelor's degree in Radiology, you will become a highly qualified specialist in this exciting field of medicine. You will learn how to apply imaging procedures and therapies professionally, and act as a competent contact person for your patients.

Study mode: full-time
Degree awarded: Bachelor of Science in Health Studies (BSc)
Duration: 6 semesters / 180 ECTS
Study places per year: 15
Location: Salzburg Campus (University Hospital LKH) Urstein Campus
Language of instruction: German
Tuition: Tuition fee Euro 363,- per semester + Euro 20.20 student union fee per semester
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Why study a Bachelor's degree in Radiology Technology at Salzburg University of Applied Sciences?

Our degree in Radiology at Salzburg University of Applied Sciences innovatively combines the basics of medicine with technical and socio-communicative aspects. You will learn how to implement radiological and nuclear medicine techniques and procedures correctly, and deal with topics like radiation therapy and radiation oncology. In addition to professional knowledge, you will also gain social skills like team skills, role distancing, and conflict resolution during your training.

Your technical and medical knowledge not only forms the basis of helping doctors diagnose. It also enables you to holistically accompany patients, often over a long period of time, through radiation and individual treatments. It is your knowledge that also makes you a specialist in radiation protection and quality assurance.

Among others, during the course of your studies you will deal with the following topics:

  • The application of imaging methods in medicine
  • Conducting healing treatments with ionising radiation
  • Examination and therapies based on a doctor's instructions
  • Patient care during examination and therapy
  • Using state-of-the-art medical technology with highly specialised software
  • Technical quality assurance
  • Patient data and images administration

Important aspects of our Bachelor's degree in Radiology Technology

Study content and focus areas

In our Bachelor's degree in Radiology Technology, medicine meets technology at this focal point of science. Based on the most important uses of radiology technology, our Bachelor's degree programme at Salzburg University of Applied Sciences is based around three basic training pillars:

Radiological diagnostics and imaging methods

  • Computer and magnetic resonance imaging
  • Radiography
  • Ultrasound
  • Contrast investigations
  • Interventional radiology

Nuclear medicine

  • Application of open radioactive substances
  • Gamma camera
  • Positron Emission Tomography (PET)
  • Preparation and application of radiopharmaceuticals
  • Dosimetry
  • Radiation protection

Radiation therapy/radiooncology

  • Irradiation planning
  • Simulation of the irradiation fields
  • Linear accelerator
  • Brachytherapy applicators and irradiation devices
  • Dosimetry

Professional internship and study abroad

block internship

A ten-week block internship during your fifth semester allows you to specialise in an area of your choice.

Good to know: Your block internship can also be completed abroad in order to gain additional international experience.

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Job prospects and careers

range of possibilities

Along with your Bachelor's degree, you will receive unrestricted professional qualifications in a statutory health profession upon completion of your studies. This opens up a wide range of possibilities for kick-starting your career in radiology tech

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