The BSc Diagnostic Radiography course at Bangor University (which is taught from Bangor’s Wrexham Campus) will equip you with a unique mix of technology and people skills that will make you highly employable. You will learn not only about how x-rays are produced and the anatomy of the human body, but also how to talk to people and what sort of things patients/service users may be concerned about.
- 1st for Radiography Graduate Prospects (Times Good University Guide 2021 & Complete University Guide 2021)
- Top 10 for Radiography Overall (Times Good University Guide 2021 & Complete University Guide 2021)
- 4th for Research Quality (Times Good University Guide 2021 & Complete University Guide 2021)
- Radiography has Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) approval and is currently in the process of applying for College of Radiographers approval too
- NHS Bursary funded, providing payment of all tuition fees and grant support towards living costs available to students from across the UK.
- Our staff have a wide range of clinical experience at the forefront of their professional fields
- We offer leading Health and Medically related research programmes which are transforming the quality and delivery of healthcare in Wales and internationally
- No other university offers more clinical weeks throughout the course
- There will be opportunities to experience bilingual practice in some parts of your placements
You’ll spend approximately 50% of your time out in clinical departments working alongside qualified staff and examining patients ensuring your learning is of the highest quality and reflects modern medical practice. Placements are available for you across North Wales with Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board and in some surrounding NHS trusts. Academic modules have reoccurring themes around Practice of Radiography, Science of Radiography, evaluation of practice and reflection. You’ll also study with other health professionals in an inter-professional module which gives you an insight into the practice and priorities in other areas developing you as a team player able to play a key role in clinical settings.