Medical Imaging Technologist, Medical Radiological Technologist is the only recognized expert in a broad range of the production of medical diagnostic images with the use of ionizing or non-ionizing radiations. Radiological Technologists / Scientist organizes many of the procedures, which are undertaken in Radiology/Medical Imaging Departments. They execute radiographic procedures, such as CT Scans, MRIs, Angiography, General Radiology, Nuclear Medicine, and Mammography. Additionally, they must know how to perform emergency procedures using Radiographic Units, monitor patients’ vital signs, perform surgical asepsis, and more.

Clinical Settings/Attachments for MIT clinical learning

Radiology Departments of First-class tertiary care hospitals with the latest Imaging Facilities are attached to this program for Clinical Training. These departments possess modern, high-tech equipment to boost diagnostic capacity in all clinical disciplines.

Career Opportunities once you graduate

The MIT graduates find employment in various medical imaging departments in hospitals, medical centers, outpatient clinics, and research facilities. Advancement in this field may involve promotion to supervisory and administrative positions, equipment and pharmaceutical sales, product support, and teaching. So far FMH graduates of the MIT Program are immediately employed with in country and in the middle east, therefore, this program has 100% absorption There are numerous opportunities for a graduate of B.Sc. (Hons) MIT such as MS/ M. Phil, Ph.D., and Specializations Courses available worldwide. Graduates are also eligible to apply for the foreign and local scholarships for higher studies as offered by HEC.