Radiological technology enables a view into the interior of the human body. It combines medicine and technology and is used in diagnostics, for therapeutic purposes and in science.
|Type of study:||Bachelor Programme (full-time)|
|Duration of study:||6 Semester|
|Degree:||Bachelor of Science in Health Studies (BSc)|
|Requirements:||allgemeine Universitätsreife, Berufsreifeprüfung, relevante einschlägige berufliche Qualifikationen|
|Hotline:||+43 50 344 27000|
Winter term start
|Study places / year:||48|
|Locations:||Med Campus VI., Campus Health Pyhrn-Eisenwurzen Klinikum Steyr|
|Recording dates:||The next programme starts on 18th of September 2023.|
|Registration deadline:||01. January 2024 to 31. March 2024|
Students about this course
My interest in the combination of medicine and technology led me to study radiological technology, says Daniela Lehner, student at the University of Applied Sciences for Health Professions Upper Austria. "I particularly like that the field of study is very well balanced, you are with people a lot, but you also have a large medical technology component involved!"
Daniela Lehner Radiological Technology
A member of our teaching an research staff will answer the most burning questions about studying radiological technology for you in the video.
Dominik Wurm Radiological Technology