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MScMedical Physics

Kaunas University of Technology
Lithuania, Kaunas
Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences
Tuition fee €4,000.00 per year

Citizens of Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, China, Moldova, Ukraine, Kazakhstan, and Uzbekistan may apply for special scholarships.
Foreign nationals with Lithuanian origins and EU citizens may apply for tuition fee free places.
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Application fee €100.00 one-time

Payable within 2 weeks from the application submission by transferring it to the KTU bank account. Non-refundable. Bank details will be provided during application.

Course code 6213GX001
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The programme mainly consists of the studies of individual, environmental and substance exposure to radiation, focusing on the use of radiation for treatment and diagnosis of oncological diseases, and protection of individual and environment from unreasonable radiation. Knowledge, skills and competences are regulated by EC directive 2013/59/EURATOM; therefore, the graduates have unique prospects for international development and career.

Top reasons to study at KTU:

1. Study programme is implemented together with the Lithuanian University of Health Sciences, and is harmonised with Medical Physics study programmes of other European and world’s universities by

2. Well-equipped dosimetry laboratory and possibility to work and perform investigations with Linear accelerators, X-ray, CT, MRI, PET and other imaging facilities, gamma cameras (SPECT).

3. Significant part of studies is performed working together with the interdisciplinary teams of radiotherapists/radiologists in hospitals and medical care centres.

Programme structure

Patient dose planning
Radiotherapy physics
Applied radionuclide physics

Optimisation of patients’ doses in radio diagnostics
Diagnostic radiology physics
Visualisation methods in medicine
Radiation detectors and registration methods

Development of quality assurance programmes and their implementation in radiology sector
Interaction of radiation with matter
Radiation detectors and registration methods
Diagnostic radiology physics

Development and implementation of radiation protection measures in the institution
Radiation protection and safety
Radiation detectors and registration methods
Diagnostic radiology physics
Applied radionuclide physics
Radiotherapy physics

Career opportunities

The amount of medical physics in the health care institutions is determined according to the number of patients and present equipment. Based on the international standards (IAEA, IOMP), according to the data of 2015, there is a lack of medical physics in the region.
Graduates work in all Lithuanian oncological centres and hospitals, Radiation Protection Centre and have established their private companies.

“Medical physics are needed in all medical institutions that use ionizing radiation; however, they are particularly necessary in the radiation therapy departments of clinical hospitals”.Klaipėda University Hospital, Chief Physician prof. hab. dr. Vinsas Janušonis.

“Only when I started working, I realised that everything we had learned during studies, without any exceptions, including not the most favourite subjects, was useful in everyday practice searching for the best ways to use the acquired knowledge in providing professional assistance to the patients with oncological diseases”.LSMU Hospital Kauno Klinikos, Medical Physic Evelina Jaselskė.

Apply now! Fall semester 2019/20
Application deadline
Jul 30, 2018 23:59
Europe/Vilnius time
Application period has ended
Studies commence
Sep 1, 2019
Apply now! Spring semester 2018/19
Application deadline
Jan 10, 2019 23:59
Europe/Vilnius time
Studies commence
Feb 14, 2019

Application deadlines apply to citizens of: United States