Radiology Assistant

General information

Radiology assistants are key non-physician healthcare professionals. The Radiology Assistant Bachelor’s study programme teaches the essentials of a healthcare professional’s practice as well as the operation of modern medical equipment. Graduates of this programme are healthcare professionals specialized in using radiological imaging and radiation technology in a wide range of techniques of diagnostic and non-diagnostic imaging as well as in using ionizing radiation for therapeutical purposes.

A successful graduate is able to

  • Provide specialized nursing care in radiology facilities.
  • Communicate and engage with patients.
  • Apply ionizing radiation both in diagnostic examination and in nuclear medicine and radiation oncology procedures.
  • Reflect on his/her actions, find fulfilment in his/her profession, and continue to learn and improve oneself.

“I chose Masaryk University because of its excellent reputation and its brand new facilities. It surprised me how well the programme of general medicine runs. It has a very good structure and everything is well planned.”

Simen Viker Brekke Simen Viker Brekke
student of Faculty of Medicine from Norway

Work experience

Součástí studia je povinná letní praxe. Konkrétně o prázdninách po druhém a čtvrtém semestru. Budete ji vykonávat ve vybraném zdravotnickém zařízení pod vedení profesně zdatného lektora z řad radiologických asistentů.

Praxe zahrnuje:

  • týden na oddělení nukleární medicíny
  • týden na oddělení radiační onkologie
  • dva týdny na příslušném radiologickém oddělení

Během praxe se naučíte ovládat všechny běžné v klinické praxi dostupné radiologické přístroje. Dozvíte se základní technické aspekty jejich funkce, naučíte se je využívat ve prospěch pacienta a jeho zdraví. Naučíte se komunikovat s pacienty v rámci profesního zaměření.

Graduate employment

Graduates of the Bachelor’s study programme Radiology Assistant (Imaging Methods and Application of Ionizing Radiation) work as independent professionals in all settings that make use of or measure ionizing radiation, nuclear magnetic resonance, or ultrasound technology, whether for diagnostic imaging or therapy. They can work in both state and private healthcare institutions (especially in X-ray, radiotherapy, and nuclear medicine departments), veterinary institutions, research laboratories, and in a variety of private companies as well as in practical instruction. Graduates of this programme will also find employment abroad.

Faculty Faculty of Medicine
Type of study bachelor's
Mode full-time
Standard length of studies 3 years
Language of instruction czech

Natasha Mazumder

“Although I applied for some other universities in Europe, when I saw Brno and uni for the first time, I knew I wanted to study there. I immediately fell in love with Brno – everywhere were a lot of students and young people and also, Brno was not a big city, it has the ideal size enriched with culture and life. Masaryk University has good ranking. I also liked the university environment - during the open day tour, my parents and I were really impressed with all the study departments, biochemistry labs and libraries.”

Natasha Mazumder
The Faculty of Medicine graduate from UK

Field of study combinations

Field combinations with Radiology Assistant


This field of study is only offered in single-subject study mode

Admission Requirements

Unfortunately no information about admission requirements is available.

Frequently enrolled courses

Recommended study plans and other information can be found in the faculty study catalouge.

Further studies

After completing the Bachelor’s study programme and meeting any admission requirements, students can enrol in any Master’s degree programme. No Radiation Assistant Master’s degree programme is offered.