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Master of Radiology (MRad)

Radiology is directing medical imaging technologies to diagnose and sometimes treat diseases. Originally, radiology deals mainly in translating x-ray images into diagnosis for the patients. However, the technological advances of today enable the experts of this field to utilise other state-of-the-art equipment, such as ultrasound, computed tomography (CT) and magnetic resonance imaging to better diagnose and treat diseases.

As the world today is on the wavelength of rapid growth in both universal and personalised medicine, developments in molecular biology will also signify the highly probable increase in the demand for more accurate diagnosis and personalised therapy. This programme will address that demand by providing graduates who are able to combine the latest radiological technology with the optimum patient care standards that is the trademark of UM’s excellence in medicine.


Benefits
  1. The most rewarding part is the job itself. The specialized nature of the profession and the responsibilities involved are the main reasons radiologists chose their profession and decide to stay on this career path.

     

  2. Radiologists help patients both indirectly (by diagnosing medical problems) and directly (by treating diseases and conditions). Their ability to make a difference in the lives of patients is another rewarding aspect of this profession.

     

  3. There are numerous options for careers within the field of radiology. For example, in diagnostic imaging, a radiologist can specialize in several areas, such as neuroradiology, nuclear radiology, pediatric radiology and vascular radiology. Radiologists can also choose a concentration in intervention radiology (nonsurgical treatments in  which medical imaging is used to guide the procedure), radiation oncology (the treatment of cancer) or medical physics.

  4.  In conclusion, a prospective radiologist can look forward to a career that is both financially and emotionally fulfilling, and one that provides various job opportunities.
Career Opportunity
  1. Radiologist in a government institution or a private center.
  2. Academic radiologist involved in training future radiologists of the country.
  3. Radiologist involved in cutting edge research.
Course Structure
The programme of study comprises three stages as follows:

(1) Stage I in the first year of study comprising:

(a) basic training in Radiological Medical Physics, Radiological Anatomy and Radiography, Radiological Technique, Contrast Media and Drugs, Basic Trauma Radiology and any other disciplines of Radiology that may be determined by the Department from time to time;

(b) training in cognate subjects of radiology that may be determined by the department from time to time; and

(c) the keeping of a log book by the candidate to document radiological procedures performed by him.

(2) Stage II in the second and third year of study comprising:

(a) training in all aspects of diagnostic radiology, imaging techniques and interventional radiology;

(b) training in cognate subjects as may be determined by the Department from time to time;

(c) the keeping of a log book by the candidate to document radiological procedures performed by him; and

(d) the commencement of a research project.

(3) Stage III in the fourth year of study comprising:

(a) advanced training in all aspects of diagnostic radiology, imaging techniques and interventional radiology;

(b) advanced training in cognate subjects as may be determined by the Department from time to time;

(c) case studies; and

(d) a research project.

Language Requirement

A non-Malaysian applicant whose degree is from a university or institution of higher learning where the medium of instruction for that degree is not the English language and where the applicant wishes to follow a programme shall be required:

 

  1. To obtain a score of 600 for a paper-based total (PBT); a score of 250 for a computer-based total (CBT) or a score of 100 for an internet-based total (IBT) for the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL); or

     

  2. To obtain a band of 6 for the International English Language Testing System (IELTS).
Entry Requirement
(1) Entry qualifications

(a) The degrees of Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery of the University or an equivalent medical qualification approved by the Senate; and

(b) At least one year of post-full registration clinical experience approved by the Senate.

(2) Other requirements

(a) Qualifies for registration as a medical practitioner under the Medical Act 1971 (Act 50) of Malaysia; and

(b) Satisfies the Department responsible for the candidate's programme of study in an Entrance Evaluation recognised by the Faculty.

Intake Schedule
Once a year in month of June.
Fees

RM 35,508.00 (Local student)

RM 240,315.00 (International student)

(Fees above are subjected to amendment by the Management of University Malaya)
Last Update: February 20, 2018

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