Master’s studies in radiography are open in the Baltic countries at Tartu Health Care College. The opening of the master’s programme is a logical continuation of the radiography curriculum at the bachelor level that was opened in 1999 and has successfully passed international evaluation. The 2-year master’s programme in radiography (specialisation field Radiotherapy) is aimed at radiographers working in radiotherapy or willing to commence working in the field of radiotherapy. Radiotherapy is a relevant field of medicine due to increasing cancer rates. Radiotherapy uses high-tech equipment that is constantly evolving, resulting in a need for radiotherapy radiographers with excellent specialist competences.
The master’s programme in radiography is aimed to support professional development among radiographers by providing the students with the competences required for
specialist work in clinical settings
conduct of research
a teaching position
a management position
Excellent learning infrastructure at the college, as well as cutting edge medical technology and competent supervisors in clinical settings are supporting the clinical skill development of students. Theoretical studies and practical training are conducted by the teaching staff involving internationally recognised experts in the field. The language of instruction is English.
Master in Radiography in Radiotherapy
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 %)