Study options for this course
SeptemberGBP 9250 per year find out
You'll need to hold a science or health care related degree at 2:1 or above. If your degree is over five years old, then we would normally expect evidence of successful study at level 6 or above in the past two years.
You must also have five GSCE passes at grade C or above, including maths and English language. If your first degree is not in a pure science (biology, chemistry or physics), or you do not have a pure science A level at grade B or above, then you must have at least one pure science at GCSE, grade C or above.
You must also have undertaken some recent work experience in a Radiography department.
We will also consider all information included in your application and from your interview. We'll also want to see that you are enthusiastic and motivated to undertake this course and train to be a Radiographer.
General entry requirements
When you apply for this course you should make sure that you consider the following areas in your application:
- Give evidence that you meet the academic entry criteria above, or are expected to
- Show that you've completed your degree within the last five years; if not, evidence of level 6 study or above in the last two years is required.
- Provide examples of using your communication skills with the public
- Demonstrate how you've gained insight into caring for others
- Give examples of working as part of a team
- Demonstrate you can write clearly and concisely, showing a good level of spelling and punctuation
- Provide a reference
- Demonstrate that you are capable of managing the academic demands of Master's level study.
At the University of Derby we aim to attract and select radiography students on the basis that their individual values and behaviours align with our core values, those of the Chief Nursing Officer's 6Cs and The NHS Constitution.
We have enhanced our existing processes to ensure that we recruit the right workforce not only with the right skills and in the right numbers, but with the right values to support effective team working and excellent patient care and experience.
A selection day process will explore some other aspects of your personality, and it is a combination of results, and performance overall which will determine whether we offer you a conditional place on our programme.
The selection process is likely to include:
- A presentation by academic staff about the course
- A group-work exercise
- Individual interviews (with members of the admissions team/practice partners and/or experts by experience)
Documents to bring
Evidence of a total of 5 GCSE's, or equivalent, at grade C or above - this must include English, maths and single science (if not gained at A level, grade B or above, or as a first degree, 2:1 or above)
Evidence of your Degree qualification - certificate and transcript.
Documentation showing proof of residency in the UK (if applicable).This is required as this programme is not available to overseas applicants.
If you were born outside of the UK you must have no restrictions on your stay in the UK so would need to provide evidence of Indefinite leave to remain in the UK, a certificate which shows you now have British Citizenship or an official home office document which shows you have refugee status.
A Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) is required at the point of accepting a place at the University.
An offer of a place on the programme is also subject to passing Health Screening.