Master of Radiation Therapy

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What is Radiation Therapy?

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https://www.targetingcancer.com.au/what-is-radiation-therapy/

Applicant update

Applications for 2020 entry will open on the 2nd September 2019 and close on 29 November 2019. Late applications will not be accepted.

Master of Radiation Therapy (Course Code M6004)

The Master of Radiation Therapy is a two year, full time course that commences mid year.* It is offered by distance learning and provides graduates with a higher level degree and exceptional preparation for a career in Medical Radiations. The Master of Radiation Therapy (MRT) is an accelerated master’s degree designed to facilitate entry into the Radiation Therapy profession.

*Please be advised that only graduates of the Bachelor of Radiation Sciences degree  will be eligible to begin this course in Summer Semester B

INFORMATION SESSIONS FOR 2020 ENTRY

  • Wednesday 11th September 2019, 12:00pm
  • Wednesday 30th October 2019, 12:00pm

To attend the information sessions please email radiation.sciences@monash.edu and you will be sent a zoom online conference meeting link.

2020 APPLICATION DATES

Open - 2 September 2019
Close - 29 November 2019

NB: Applications must be received by the Faculty admissions team by the dates specified above. Applications received after this date cannot be considered.

OPEN DAYS

PeterMac Open Day - Sunday 25th August 2019

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

For details of admission requirements, please visit Find a Course

In addition to the academic admission requirements that are published on the Find a Course website, applicants will be required to complete FURTHER ASSESSMENT (February 2020). Students will be required to attend for a Situational Judgement Test (SJT).* The SJT is an computerised test  designed to assess how an individual would handle situations that they might encounter in their workplace. An SJT presents the test-taker with realistic, hypothetical scenarios and asks them to identify the most appropriate response or to rank the responses in the order they feel is most effective. Applicants should allow for up to 2.5 hours to complete all aspects of this process. Applicants who wish to be considered for the course must be available to undertake the SJT on the specified date. The SJT is administered under exam conditions. All applicants MUST attend in person at this time. The SJT cannot be reschedule or undertaken at alternate sites.

Please be advised that due to the structure of clinical placements, requests for deferral are not usually approved, and will be assessed on a case by case basis.  Applications will only be approved with supporting documentation for extenuating circumstances.

All applications for all postgraduate courses offered by the Department of Medical Imaging and Radiations Sciences, are ONLINE directly to the Faculty of Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences.

* Any applicants who re-apply for the Master of Radiation Therapy program, and have previously completed the SJT for this course at  Monash will not be required to sit the SJT again and their  previous SJT score will be used for re-ranking.

When lodging an application please ensure it includes the following, certified documents:

  • Secondary education
  • Tertiary education (if you have completed or are currently completing  a Monash degree you are not required to submit certified academic transcripts)
  • Proof of Australian citizenship, New Zealand citizenship or Australian permanent resident visa
  • Clinical Site Visit Verification form

NB: Original or certified copies of your supporting academic documents must  be provided to Monash University upon request and if you do not provide  them your enrolment may be cancelled. This may occur at course enrolment or at any time following commencement of the course.

All applicants are required to demonstrate that they meet the English language requirements.

NB: The Department of Medical Imaging and Radiation Sciences programs have higher English language requirements.

New South Wales Applicants

New South Wales clinical institutions' placement policy is not to accept interstate students and student allocations are going to be made on that basis.

CLINICAL SITE VISIT

  • Clinical visits for 2020 to be confirmed.

CLINICAL PLACEMENT REQUIREMENTS

Students are required to complete a number of pre-clinical checks prior to their first clinical placement. This includes:

  • Police Checks
    Students must have a current police check regarding their suitability to undertake placements. Please refer to the Faculty's Police Check website.
  • Working With Children Checks
    Students must have a current Working With Children check regarding their suitability to  undertake placements. Please refer to the Faculty's Working With Children Check  website.
  • Immunisation and Infection Risk Requirements
    Students undertaking clinical placements as part of their course are required to meet the Faculty's Immunisation and Vaccination Policies and Procedures. Students who are not compliant with these requirements cannot undertake their clinical placement and understand that this may impede their academic progress. Please refer to the Faculty's Immunisation and Infection Risk website.
  • First Aid
    It is highly recommended that students undertake a Level 2 first aid course (code HLTAID003) prior to undertaking their clinical placement.

CONTACT US

Department of Medical Imaging and Radiation Sciences
C129 Level 1
10 Chancellors Walk
Clayton Campus VIC 3800

Future Students:
Email: Enquire Now
Tel:1800 MONASH (within Australia)
+61 3 9902 6011 (outside Australia)