Why study Nuclear Medicine at Swansea University?

Our BSc in Nuclear Medicine is accredited by the National School of Healthcare and Science and will give you the expert training you need to begin a rewarding and highly skilled career working in the healthcare profession as a medical physics technologist/nuclear medicine technologist.

Many of our academic staff are also practising healthcare scientists, providing an unrivalled combination of scientific rigour and professional expertise.

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Where could Nuclear Medicine at Swansea take you?

Job prospects are excellent, with 100% of our Healthcare Science graduates in employment, study and/or other activities such as travelling, 15 months after leaving Swansea University (HESA, 2022).

The NHS starting salary for Medical Physics Technologists is around £24,214, rising to £43,772. There are also many opportunities to work in research, education, management, and the private sector.


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Fully Funded Degree

Choosing to follow your passion for healthcare could pay. Our Nuclear Medicine degree is fully funded via the NHS Wales Bursary Scheme. 

What this could mean for you is, if you commit to working for NHS Wales for a period after you graduate your tuition will be fully covered by the , as well as maintenance funding of up to £4,491 and a reduced rate loan from Student Finance.

Find out about the NHS Wales Bursary Scheme

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Want to find out More about Swansea

Feeling inspired to train for a career in the NHS? Take the time to explore our campus from the comfort of your own home using our virtual tour, talk to some of our current students about what it is like studying at Swansea and make sure you register for our next Open Day where you can experience Swansea, our community and our courses in person.