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TUT Radiography: TUT Radiography Requirements

Radiography: Diagnostic NDip at Tshwane University of Technology
Course Description

Top-quality X-ray images are taken during various types of radiographical procedures. Other duties include a broad range of procedures by means of contrast agents, as well as procedures such as theatre, mobile units inwards, and intensive care units, specialised procedures such as computerized scanning and magnetic resonance imaging are also applicable.
  • BACCALAUREUS TECHNOLOGIAE: RADIOGRAPHY: DIAGNOSTIC
  • Qualification code: BTRG96 – NQF Level 7
  • Campus where offered: Arcadia Campus
  • Important notification to new applicants: Students who intend to enroll for this qualification should take note that no new applications will be accepted as of 2023. Potential students are advised to consult the University’s website for possible new qualifications which are aligned with the newly-implemented Higher Education Qualification Sub-Framework.
a. Admission requirement(s):
A National Diploma: Radiography: Diagnostic: or an NQF Level 6 bachelor’s degree in Radiography (Diagnostic) from a South African university.
Holders of any other equivalent South African or international qualifications may also be considered but will have to apply about six months in advance for the recognition of such qualifications. Candidates will be required to submit an evaluation of their qualifications by the South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA) with their application forms for admission. The Faculty reserves the right to assess these qualifications and the applicant’s suitability/competence for admission to the programme. Proof of English proficiency may be required. Depending on the nature of such an equivalent qualification, the completion of certain additional subjects may be required. TUT Radiography Requirements
b. Selection criteria: Selection is based on an assessment by a departmental selection panel.
c. Minimum duration: One year.
d. Presentation: Block-mode classes are offered over a period of two years on specific contact days.
e. Intake for the qualification: January only.
f. Exclusion and readmission: See Chapter 2 of Students’ Rules and Regulations.
g. Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL), equivalence, and status: See Chapter 30 of Students’ Rules and Regulations.
h. Professional registration: Compulsory registration with the Health Professions Council of South Africa as a diagnostic radiographer.
i. Additional expenses: Prescribed textbooks: approximately R3 000.
j. Other requirements: Transport to and from various venues is the student’s own responsibility.
k. Subject credits: Subject credits are shown in brackets after each subject

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