New Bachelor of Medical Imaging at Deakin University
A new undergraduate degree is being introduced to the School of Medicine at Deakin University. The Bachelor of Medical Imaging will offer training in several techniques from general x-ray to CT and includes elements of ultrasound and MRI, preparing students for a rewarding career in the medical field.
This four-year degree will be open to international students starting in 2020 and will allow graduates to be eligible for registration as a Medical Imaging Practitioner (diagnostic radiographer) in Australia.
This programme at Deakin, also provides students with substantial clinical practice in clinical centres, medical imaging clinics and hospitals, as well as at Deakin’s own three-roomed, state-of-the-art medical imaging training unit.
Clinical placements will typically take place at facilities across rural and regional areas of South West Victoria with interstate options also available. Other areas of study include medical radiation science linked to principles of medical imaging, biological sciences, plus important ethical and legal aspects of health care that will inform and support your future clinical practice.
This programme will start for to international students from March 2020 and applications for this intake will likely start to be taken around March 2019. Contact a Study Options student advisor to find out more about the application process and how we can assist you.