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M.Sc.Medical Physics

Tuition fee €5,157 per year
Application fee €100 one-time
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Overview

Can the application of physics concepts, theories and methods save lives? It certainly can.

The teaching curriculum of KTU MSc in Medical Physics focuses on the use of ionising radiation for treatment and diagnosis of oncological diseases, and protection of individuals and environment from unreasonable radiation.

This study programme is implemented together with the Lithuanian University of Health Sciences, is adjusted to the medical physics study programmes around the globe and recognised by the International Organisation of Medical Physicists.

KTU MSc in Medical Physics is one of the few programmes of this kind delivered in English in Europe (except for the UK universities).

State-of-the-art research facilities and equipment available for KTU students’ research
Hands-on experience while working together with professionals in hospitals and medical care centres
EC directive 2013/59/EURATOM regulated curriculum

Career opportunities

Student’s competences:

– Application and improvement of radiation technologies and methods in medicine and industry.
– Planning of patients’ dosages in radiation therapy and provision of recommendations regarding dosimetry.
– Knowledge and application of radiation protection strategy, protective factors and measures.
Student’s skills:

– Able to apply known physical methods and concepts in medical practice and develop new ones, provide recommendations to the patients regarding dosimetry.
– Able to work individually with radiation equipment and technologies guaranteeing the quality of radiation medical services and implementing optimisation measures for radiation protection.
– Able to work in team while developing and implementing management strategies for patients’ expose based on research-practical activities, and take personal responsibility.

Apply now! Spring semester 2024
Application period has ended
Studies commence
4 Feb 2024
Apply now! Fall semester 2024
Application period has ended, but late applications can be submitted until the commence date
Studies commence
2 Sept 2024
Apply now! Spring semester 2024
Application period has ended
Studies commence
4 Feb 2024
Apply now! Fall semester 2024
Application period has ended, but late applications can be submitted until the commence date
Studies commence
2 Sept 2024