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All applications for a place on any of the Healthcare Sciences degree schemes must be made through the Universities and Colleges Admissions Service (UCAS) application service.
Offers are made to all students who either meet, or have the potential to meet, the entry requirements for the relevant degree programme and these selection criteria should be read in conjunction with those requirements. Potential is assessed by reference to the entirety of the information included on the UCAS application form, and in light of any special circumstances relating to an applicant of which the School has been informed.
The personal statement is an important part of the selection process and assessment of this may have implications on the conditions set for entry.
As well as academic achievements, it is expected that applicants should have carried out either relevant work experience or some voluntary work ad to have looked into the various aspects of the profession. Applicants can also gain a broad knowledge of the breadth and diversity of radiography through reading radiography journals and by speaking with radiographers. Information can be obtained from the Society and College of Radiographers website which can be found at: www.sor.org
Further information is to follow. For details of University policy, please click here.
The School of Healthcare Sciences does not have any standardised admissions test requirements.
The School of Healthcare Sciences usually interviews applicants for its BSc (Hons) Radiography: Diagnostic Radiography and Imaging and the BSc (Hons) Radiotherapy and Oncology undergraduate programmes.
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