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Postgraduate studies information

Students interested in pursuing postgraduate studies can complete a Master of Science Degree (MSc) NQF (Level 9) in Radiography, followed by a Doctor of Radiography Degree (D Rad) (NQF Level 10) in Radiography.

For more information about postgraduate studies at CPUT, visit the Centre for Postgraduate Studies.
To apply for postgraduate studies, visit the Postgraduate applications section on the website.
SAQA equivalency is required for international applicants.

Contact

For further enquiries, please contact:

Dr. Merlisa Kemp
Head of Department: Medical Imaging and Therapeutic Sciences
Tel:+27 21 959 6538 (secretary)
Email: kempme@cput.ac.za

Master of Science (MSc) Degree: Radiography (NQF Level 9)
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Admission requirements:

  • BTech Radiography (or equivalent honours degree) with an average of 60% is required.
  • An applicant with <60% will be considered if there is evidence of research experience, publications, conference presentations etc.
  • An applicant who does not meet the minimum admission requirements may be considered for Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL).
  • All applications will be assessed by the Radiography Postgraduate Committee. Admission to study will be dependent on a suitable topic and the appointment of an appropriate supervisor/s along with availability of resources.

With your application, please submit:

  • A research topic and 2-4 pages outline of a preliminary research proposal.
  • Include the following sub-headings: topic, background/rationale, aims/objectives, brief literature review and proposed methodology.
  • Use the Harvard method of bibliographic citation.
  • Please consult our guideline document explaining how to go about applying for this programme.

Estimated course fees for 2021: R 13 905

Doctor of Radiography (D Rad) Degree: (NQF Level 10)
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Admission requirements:

  • MTech Radiography (or equivalent Masters degree) with an average of 60% is required.
  • An applicant with <60% will be considered if there is evidence of research experience, publications, conference presentations etc.
  • An applicant who does not meet the minimum admission requirements may be considered for Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL).
  • All applications will be assessed by the Radiography Postgraduate Committee. Admission to study will be dependent on a suitable topic and the appointment of an appropriate supervisor/s along with availability of resources.

With your application, please submit:

  • A research topic and 2-4 pages outline of a preliminary research proposal.
  • Include the following sub-headings: topic, background/rationale, aims/objectives, brief literature review and proposed methodology.
  • Use the Harvard method of bibliographic citation
  • Please consult our guideline document explaining how to go about applying for this programme.

Estimated course fees for 2021:
R 16 308