Bachelor of radiology job and scope in Europe?

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Kaivan Dave

Kaivan Dave

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Europe is a great destination for the students to study subjects like radiology. It offers great study

environment and cost effective courses. Students who pursue BSc Radiology can be recruited for the

position of X-Ray technicians, Radiation protection Specialists, MRI Technologists, etc.

BSc Radiology Scope Abroad

The scope of the course, BSc radiology is increasing each day, with development in technology and the

creation of new gadgets every day. The need for radiographers has increased in recent years. A student

can look for various job options in this course in the public as well as private sectors. These jobs also

provide reasonable salary amounts, which increases with years of work and experience. Given below are

a few career options for students who graduate with BSc Radiology:


Radiology Technician

Radiology Nurse

Radiology Assistant

Ultrasound Technician

MRI Technician


CAT Scan Specialists

CT Scan Technologists 

BSc Radiology is a rather popular course amongst the student community and has various career options

in it. After pursuing this course, a student can expect a starting package of around INR 1,700,000/year.

But with time and experience, this package can go up to INR 3800000. A well-experienced radiologist can

also earn up to INR 4000000/year.


Tarun Mathur

Tarun Mathur

Sr. Consultant

 In Europe, I have learned about technology and a ton of things about radiology, which is all about using science to help people. Let's talk about different jobs in radiology and how much money you might make.

If you're into ultrasound technology, starting as an Ultrasound Technician is a great way in. You get to use machines, and you can expect to earn about €28,000 when you start.

Now, if you want something more specific, being an MRI Technologist is another option. This job is all about a special kind of imaging, and the starting salary is around €32,000.

But, if you love working with kids, Pediatric Radiography might be your thing. As a Pediatric Radiographer, you'd be helping kids stay healthy, and you could make around €30,000 to start.

So, these jobs in radiology aren't just exciting and help you grow in your career, but they also let you make a big difference in people's lives. And, you get paid a good amount too!


Yaduvansh Yadav

Yaduvansh Yadav

Student of Chemical Stream from Institute of Chemical Engineering in III Year

Studying Radiology in Europe, it's not just about using machines; it's about being a big part of helping people get better.

Let's talk jobs and salary:

Diagnostic Radiographer: You could work in hospitals or clinics, figuring out what's going on with patients using imaging tools. You might start with a salary around €30,000 each year.
Radiation Therapist: If you're into helping treat cancer, this job is challenging but really rewarding. You might begin with a salary of about €35,000.
Medical Imaging Researcher: If you love coming up with new ideas, this field is all about being at the front of medical technology. Salaries usually start at around €40,000.
There are lots of things you can do, and you get to help people along the way.



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