BRad (or equivalent) degree with a weighted average of at least 60% in the final year or Bachelor in Technology: Radiography with a weighted average of at least 60% in the final year or National Diploma in Radiography and BRadHons bridging programme with a weighted average of at least 60%. Maximum of two attempts for the bridging examination
Applicants with BRad (or equivalent) or Bachelor in Technology: Radiography with a weighted average of less than 60% in the final year, must do the bridging programme and pass with a weighted average of at least 60%. A maximum of two attempts will be permitted in order to pass the bridging examination with the required weighted average of 60% and thereby gain admission to the relevant plan.
Research methodology passed at bachelor’s level
Registration as a radiographer or a postgraduate student with the Health Professions Council of South Africa (HPCSA)
Access to accredited, suitable training facilities
Duration of study
1 year, full-time.
The Faculty of Health Sciences continues to exemplify and build on the University of Pretoria’s vision of being a leading research-intensive university in Africa: it is recognised internationally for its quality, relevance and impact, as well as for creating knowledge, developing people and making a difference locally and globally.
The Faculty is home to 5 500 undergraduate and 1 500 postgraduate students, including medical and dental fellowship training in more than 40 disciplines.
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