Hello Sir/Ma'am My name is Ryan Nazir. I am currently residing in my homecountry India. I just finished my 12th board exams with CBSE and now, my result is awaited till may 2014. Thankfully, papers have gone well and I am loo
Answer: You are too late for the spring programs...
Answer: Thank you Sir for your suggestions. You told that only the university can answer all the questions. But before applying i need a suggestion from you. I would like to apply for PhD in pharmacutical sciences in RUTGERS UNIVERSITY, NEW BRUNSWICK. Can y...
Which is a better course out of the 2 in terms of future prospects ?
Answer: Hi Anmol. I work at the University of Sheffield. Most universities will still accept applications now so long as they still have places available.  You will be able to see on the UCAS website if they still have places or you can contact your Uni...
This course trains students to be competent diagnostic radiographers capable of the expert use of radiation systems for identifying diseases and/or injuries of patients. The Diploma in Radiation Therapy, on the other hand, trains radiation therapists to use radiation to treat diseases such as cancer. The course aims to provide graduates with a foundation in radiation medicine, biological and behavioural sciences for understanding human biology, behaviour and diseases; ability to integrate knowledge with clinical skills and judgment to implement diagnostic procedures or radiation treatment depending on their specialisation; knowledge and skills to use computers and research methods in their work. The demand for radiographers and radiation therapists provides graduates with attractive employment opportunities in hospitals, polyclinics and private radiology clinics. Graduates can also seek employment in multinational companies in their medical product divisions. Opportunities for further studies are also plentiful. Graduates can undertake degree level courses in renowned overseas tertiary institutions which offer degree conversion programmes. They may also pursue specialised studies in radiation medicine through the Advanced Diploma in Sonography programme offered by the School of Health Sciences at Nanyang Polytechnic. Graduates can register as full members with the Singapore society of radiographers, which is a member of the international society of radiographers and radiological technologists, a worldwide body comprising 60,000 members. Students can also progress this diploma through professional conversion programme.
The minimum entry requirements for this Diploma are: general paper (English medium) grade A - E or knowledge and inquiry (KI) grade A - S or English Language (EL1 at ?O? Level) grade 1 - 7; a pass in one of the following with grade A- E, H2 subjects (Physics/Biology/Chemistry/Physical Science); H2 Mathematics or any H2 subject grade A - E plus H1 Mathematics grade 1 - 6 or ?O? level Mathematics (Elementary/Additional) grade 1 - 6 or any other equivalent qualifications.
Awarding body: Nanyang Polytechnic
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|Full time||3 years||Tuition fee for a academic year (subsidised and non-subsidised students): S$7650||-||14 Oct||School of Health Sciences..|