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Radiography Personal Statements

Your personal statement should describe what appeals to you about radiography, and why you want to learn more about it at university to enter a career as a diagnostic or oncology radiographer.

Admissions tutors want to know why you will make a good radiography candidate, and the skills and experience you can bring to their department.

Our radiography personal statement examples should inspire you to write your own unique statement, and help you understand how students have successfully applied for this course in the past.

On leaving high school, I decided to take a gap year to give myself time to refocus and reassess what I actually wanted to do. During this gap year, I first became interested in Radiography when working for the Macmillan Cancer Support Service...
Science has always been a strong interest of mine and I always knew I wanted to pursue a career in the medical field. However, I was undecided as to what medical career until I attended an Aim Higher Science at Work conference at the University of Portsmouth...
"I feel the capacity to care is the thing which gives life its deepest significance." I want to make a dramatic difference to people's lives! I feel that Radiotherapy is the perfect profession to fulfil this...
I initially became interested in healthcare while taking some health related modules in my Sports Science degree and through this I began exploring paths within healthcare. Since then, being a patient, work experience and watching countless episodes of ’24 Hours in A&E’ has really fuelled my desire to pursue a career within the health profession that is hospital based...
50% of the world’s population will soon be threatened by Cancer, I want to help. Studying Radiotherapy, combining my knowledge of physics, with my warm, caring attitude would provide me with the opportunity to help others...