Postgraduate education in Medical Radiation Physics
Most postgraduate students in i medical radiation physics are registered at Stockholm University and follow the study plan of Stockholm University.
The postgraduate programme corresponds to four years of fulltime studies for a doctor's degree or two years of fulltime studies for a licentiate degree. Most of the time is dedicated to active partcipation in a research project. The student chooses a supervisor, and they choose a research project together. Participation in courses and other educational activities are also part of the programme - the requirements are 75 ECTS for a doctoral degree and 45 ECTS for a licentiate degree.
Research courses in medical radiation physics
Postgraduate courses at Stockholm University
The following courses are given with 2-3 year intervals.
Post graduate courses are generally given in English.
- Interaction of ionizing radiation with matter. (12p)
- Radiation dosimetry. (8p)
Other courses will be given in response to generally expressed wishes from the students. Previously courses have been given on the following subjects: radiobiology, detectors in medical physics, radiation therapy planning, and physical principles underlying relativistic quantum mechanics.
For more information please contact:
Medical Radiation Physics
P.O. Box 260
SE-171 76 Stockholm