Do you want to work in the cross-field between technology and patient contact? Then a future as RADIOGRAPHER may be right for you

Please note: This programme is only taught in Danish

Radiography is a very diverse profession with various modalities and specialities.

As a radiographer you specialise in medical imaging of the anatomy of the human body for the purpose of diagnosis and treatment of pathologies, or to assess whether a patient needs a certain type of treatment. Most radiographers work in the radiology departments of public hospitals but have also found employment in private healthcare, in diagnostic equipment manufacturing and sales.

Radiography combines technology (diagnostic equipment, image formation, image processing and image evaluation) and patient contact characterized by care, respect and empathy.

In the course of the programme you will learn to use an array of high-tech diagnostic modalities and work with digital imaging. You will also learn to examine patients with a wide variety of pathologies.

UCN campus location
Aalborg: Selma Lagerløfs Vej 2


3½ years






Duration: ½ of the length of your study programme

Start of term

September and February

International coordinators

Christina Theresa Egekvist
International Coordinator
+45 72 69 10 27
Henrik Thomsen
International Coordinator
+45 72 69 10 30

Entry Requirements - Danish B and C Level

Specific requirements and selection criteria

International office

IT Helpdesk

- How to apply