Program description

The Medical Radiation Physics Programme offers specialized training for aspiring Radiotherapy Technology graduates.

As a part of the Radiation Oncology team Radiotherapy Technologists prepare patient immobilization, Operate imaging and treatment modalities for the patient who requires radiation, ensure that overall safety procedures are followed, such as to monitor patients during their treatments and check for unusual reactions to the treatment. They keep detailed records of treatment. Radiotherapy Technologists are responsible for the accurate delivery of radiotherapy to cancer patients.


Students are trained to gain sufficient theoretical knowledge to understand the scientific concepts underpinning radiotherapy and are allowed to spend sufficient time in a clinical setting to achieve the level of clinical competence to work accurately and safely. The programme has been designed primarily to cater for graduates who will subsequently work in a radiotherapy department.

Careers Prospectus

Graduates of this program can find placements in,

·         Hospitals with Radiotherapy facilities

·         Educational Institutions

Key Dates & Deadlines


Apr 15 24

Apr ' 24

Last date to Apply


Tentative Course Commencement Date


4 years inclusive of 1 year internship


Access to hospital facilities gives student hands-on training in procedures

Innovative Center
State-of-the-art Innovation Centre to facilitate multi-disciplinary research

Laboratories give students the opportunity for practical experience

Sports & Fitness
Marena is the world-class facilities with courts for badminton, tennis, soccer & squash as well as a well-equipped gymnasium

Libraries have publications on the latest developments in allied healthcare

Student Housing
Student hostels are their homes away from homes

Next Steps

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