By studying radiography at Keele you will benefit from integrating with other healthcare students within the faculty, promoting the importance of working in a multidisciplinary team.
A new bursary will be available to all new and continuing degree-level allied health profession students, starting from September 2020. The grant, which will not need to be repaid, comes as part of the Government’s manifesto commitment to increase health professional numbers in the UK in the next five years. You can find further details relating to eligibility criteria and FAQs by visiting this website.
No. 2in England for Radiography Guardian University League Table, 2021
£5000non-repayable grant to support your studies Department of Health and Social Care
Accreditedby the UK Health and Care Professions Council and the Society and College of Radiographers
Max Sherwin Jones, 3rd Year Radiography (Diagnostic Imaging) student
"I have found the Radiography modules incredibly interesting and this has inspired me to read around topics and look up concepts up in greater detail. The lecturers are very enthusiastic and make use of multiple ways of explaining concepts to ensure understanding."
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Keele University opens new radiography suite
The purpose-built facility will be used to train the next generation of radiographers on Keele’s BSc Radiography programme - which is about to welcome its second cohort of students following a successful launch in 2017 - and consists of a spacious 38m2 X-ray room with surrounding observation room, student study spaces and changing area. Siemens Healthineers supplied the Siemens Multix Fusion fully digital X-ray machine.