Master`s Programme In Radiography

Admission to the programme will be March-August 2024.

Form of study: Full-time study
Workload of programme: 120 ECTS
Standard period of study: 2 years
Language of instruction: English
Conditions for commencing studies: Bachelor degree or equivalent qualification in Radiography
The applicants are ranked based on the following two criteria: 

  • the average result of the applicant’s Bachelor studies (40 %)
  • admission interview (60 %)

The programme consists of the following modules:

  • Master’s thesis (30 ECTS)
  • Specialist subjects in Radiotherapy (30 ECTS) 
  • Internship in Radiotheray (30 ECTS)
  • Basic subjects (30 ECTS, incl. elective subjects 6 ECTS)

Title of academic degree awarded on graduation: Master’s Degree in Radiography (Radiotherapy)

Tuition fee: 4500 EUR per academic year

General structure of the programme

Semester ISemester IISemester IIISemester IV
Module of basic subjects (30 ECTS)Development of radiotherapy and the radiographer profession in international cooperation
(4 ECTS)
(6 ECTS)
(6 ECTS)
Pedagogical practice
(8 ECTS)
Management and Entrepreneurship
(6 ECTS)
Module of Master’s thesis (30 ECTS)Master’s thesis I
(6 ECTS)
thesis II
(6 ECTS)
thesis III
(6 ECTS)
thesis IV
(12 ECTS)
Module of  specialist subjects in Radiotherapy
(30 ECTS)
Introduction to cancer and cancer management
(5 ECTS)
Radiotherapy physics and radiobiology
(5 ECTS)
Radiotherapy and the principles and practice of pre-treatment procedures
(5 ECTS)
Introduction to radiotherapy treatment planning (5 ECTS)
Principles and practice of radiotherapy delivery and patient care
(10 ECTS)
Module of internship in Radiotherapy
(30 ECTS)
Internship I
(12 ECTS)
Internship II
(6 ECTS)
Internship III
(12 ECTS)
Triin AasmäeTriin Aasmäe

Triin Aasmäe

Head of the Radiography and Biomedical Laboratory Science Department

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