Radiology and Imaging track

Radiology and Imaging track

Goals of the track:

This track allows students to both receive a first degree in in radiology and imaging studies together with training from a certified radiologist from various schools in hospitals across Israel. The course lasts for 6 consecutive semesters built up of 2 days at Bar-Ilan and the rest at various schools where students will become familiar with the use of the X-Ray and imaging machines. The training at this specialty school includes both clinical and in depth studies such as; Anatomy, Nursing, Radiography, Photography etc..

 

Requirements for acceptance:

  • 50% of applicants are accepted, you can assess the chances of your acceptance here, "Evaluation chances of acceptance" as well as on the Bar Ilan website.
  •  Minimum score of 100 in the English section of the psychometry exam.
  • An interview with one of the following schools (Rambam – Haifa, Kaplan – Rechovot,
     Ichilov – Tel-Aviv, Hadassa – Jerusalem, Asaf Harofe’ Rishon Letziyon) after which if the candidate has been accepted can then apply to the university.
  • Candidates must present their acceptance letter to the university upon signing up.
  • The acceptance to any of the above schools will not bind the university into accepting candidates. The university will accept candidates according to its usual method, using both psychometry and Bogrut.

Phone numbers to relevant radiology schools:

Rambam – 04-8542464
Kaplan – 08-9441302
Hadassa – 02-6776503
Ichilov – 03-6973404
Asaf Harofe’ – 08-9779088

 

The course curriculum:

  1. University: psychology, organizational behavior, physics, chemistry, life sciences, physiology, statistics, research methods, nuclear medicine, genetics and radiation damage, pharmacology, anatomy and more.
  2. Radiology schools: Imaging Voice (U.S.), magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) for medical use, computed tomography (CT), nuclear medicine, mammography, angiography and angioplasty, treatments for cancer via radiation, routine diagnostic findings in the human body via X-rays.

Employment opportunity:

It will give students the ability to find employment in hospitals, various health funds and private institutions. Those who graduate with honors can, after fulfilling all other requirements needed to register, continue on to more advanced studies in various departments amongst many universities.