How Long Does It Take To study Radiography In South Africa?

What is Radiography?

Radiography is an imaging technique using X-rays, gamma rays, or similar ionizing radiation and non-ionizing radiation to view the internal form of an object.

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Applications of radiography include medical radiography and industrial radiography. Similar techniques are used in airport security.

How Long Does It Take To study Radiography In South Africa?

The average cost of completing a bachelor’s degree in radiography is between R226327 and R651 7875 upwards per year and usually takes two to four years.

Schools That Offer Radiography Courses In South Africa

Below is the list of Radiography Schools in South Africa

University of Pretoria Department of Radiography

Durban University of Technology Department of Radiography

Nelson Mandela University Department of Radiography

CPUT Department of Radiography

Radiology At Wits University

Medical Imaging And Radiation Science At UJ

How much does it cost to study radiography in South Africa?

A bachelor’s degree in radiography costs about R226 989,00-R650 744,80 or more per year and typically takes two to four years to complete.

Which University is the best in radiography in SA?

The University of Pretoria offers undergraduate and postgraduate degrees in Radiography in three professional fields, namely Diagnostics, Radiation Therapy, and Nuclear Medicine.

The Department of Radiography of the Faculty of Health Sciences is one of two such departments in South Africa offering a degree course.

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