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The infographic outlines an undergraduate and postgraduate pathway on how to become a radiographer. More details are available below on each pathway.
Undergraduate pathway – become a radiographer
Check with the university or universities you are applying to about the entry requirements for high school graduates, and whether there are any alternative entry pathways. Undergraduate radiography courses in Australia are generally 4 years.
Graduate entry – become a radiographer
Check with the university or universities you are applying to about the entry requirements for university graduates. There may be pre-requisite subjects that you must complete in your undergraduate course to be eligible to apply for a masters program to become a radiographer.
Please check with the institution you are applying to in case they have alternative entry pathways, or bridging courses to complete the pre-requisite subjects for graduate entry.
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