Medical Physics, Sofia University

Sofia University Bulgaria

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4 Years

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EUR 3850 per year

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About Medical Physics at Sofia University

If you are interested in physics, biology, chemistry and medicine, this program will provide knowledge and skills in three main areas: mathematics and information technology, physics, specialized knowledge in biology, chemistry, biochemistry, biophysics, anatomy and physiology, basic physical methods applied in medicine, and work with ionizing radiation.

The medical physicist is a member of the medical staff and is involved in the diagnostic and therapeutic activities, requiring the use of ionizing radiation, participates in quality control and quality assurance programs. The bachelor of medical physics can work as a specialist in government bodies, medical diagnostic centers, hospitals, oncology centers, environmental laboratories, companies for medical devices and equipment, research institutes, universities and etc.

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  • The awardBScHow you will studyFull-timeHow long you will study4 years
    Course starts find outDomestic course fees find outInternational course feesEUR 3850 per year

Entry requirements

1. To have completed secondary education that makes them eligible to continue their studies in higher educational institutions in the country in which the applicants have completed their secondary education

2. In the applicant's diploma for secondary education the grades relevant to the the major applied for are not lower than 62% of the maximum grade in accordance to the grading system in the country, in which the applicant has completed secondary education (i.e. the equivalent to a grade Good 4).

3. To not suffer diseases contra-indicated to the area of study or the profession applied for.

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