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Facilitating your development

Our programme incorporates a high level of clinical skill in the practice of image evaluation and reporting of the skeletal system. The modules fully integrate theoretical knowledge with practical ability, facilitating your development as a competent and reflective practitioner.

We have a highly motivated team of in-house and guest specialists from a variety of hospitals, with over 14 years experience successfully delivering the Radiographic Reporting programme.

Why Radiographic Reporting at LSBU?

Ranked 2nd in London overall for Health Professions (Guardian University Guide 2023).
Our course is a long established and successful programme, having started in 1996.
You can expect to be trained by our renowned teaching team of experienced radiographers in our specialist facilities.
Specialist reporting radiographers and radiologists provide stimulating lectures.
94 percent of Health Professions graduates get graduate level jobs or are in further education at professional or higher education level, within 15 months of graduation (Guardian University Guide 2023).
LSBU Health and Social Care graduates are the second highest paid amongst all London Modern university graduates, and the sixth highest in the UK one year after graduating (DfE LEO data 2022).


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The Radiographic Reporting course offered by London South Bank University was approved by the College of Radiographers for a period of five years, from 12/2020 to 12/2025 inclusive.
Mode Duration Start date Application code Application method
ModePgCert Part-time Duration1 year Start dateSeptember Application code5064 Application method Direct to LSBU


London South Bank University student union is located at 103 Borough Rd, London SE1 0AA.

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Entry Level Requirements

  • Applicants will normally be a registered radiographer or other health care professional with full access to radiographic images for reporting which should include a high proportion of Accident and Emergency cases.
  • Participants should have written confirmation and support of an appropriate radiology department in which to train.
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Tuition fees are subject to annual inflationary increases. Find out more about tuition fees

  • Part-time


    PgDip Radiographic Reporting (Top Up) (PT) - Year 1

    The fee shown is for entry 2023/24
    UK fee: £3855 International fee: £5633.33
    AOS/LSBU code: 5065 Session code: 1PS00

    PgCert Radiographic Reporting (PT) - Year 1

    The fee shown is for entry 2023/24
    UK fee: £3855 International fee: £5633.33
    AOS/LSBU code: 5064 Session code: 1PS00

    MSc Radiographic Reporting (Top Up) (PT) - Year 1

    The fee shown is for entry 2023/24
    UK fee: £3158 International fee: £5633.33
    AOS/LSBU code: 5066 Session code: 1PS00

Many students are funded by their employer/Trust as part of their professional development. Speak with your employer to find out if there is CPD funding available.

Home/EU applicants

Mode Duration Start date Application code Application method
Mode PgCert Part-time Duration 1 year Start date September Application code 5064 Application method Direct to LSBU

If you are applying for the PgCert course, within your application's personal statement, please indicate which reporting module you would like to study, musculoskeletal or chest. Alternatively, you can email the Course Director, Michael Williams, at to discuss this further.

Accreditation for Prior Learning (APL)

Applicants with a PgCert Appendicular Reporting qualification from another university may apply for Accreditation of Prior Learning (APL), if applying to study for Axial Reporting on the PgDip pathway. For APL information please contact a member of staff.

Prepare to start

We help our students prepare for university even before the semester starts. To find out when you should apply for your LSBU accommodation or student finance read the How to apply tab for this course.


Before you start your course we’ll send you information on what you’ll need to do before you arrive and during your first few days on campus. You can read about the process on our Enrolment pages.

PgCert (60 credits)

  • Foundations of Image Interpretation (20 credits)
    This online module introduces the principles of images perception and the opportunities for error in decision making. The implications for practice are considered from abnormality signalling through to written reporting, for integration within a modern healthcare system. Assessment method: 4000 word essay. 100% weighting
  • Radiographic Reporting: Chest (40 credits)
    This module enables the participant to achieve competence in the practice of radiographic reporting of the chest. Most of the study element will be in the clinical environment working with a mentor in partnership with the module coordinator, to ensure all academic components are met. Participants will be working within the healthcare environment and must have authorised access to radiology imaging, including a mix of acute and non-acute chest cases for review.

After successful completion of the Pg Cert Radiographic Reporting students will be eligible to study the Pg Dip / MSc Diagnostic Imaging modular programme for higher award.


This programme will assist in developing graduates career options as a practitioner, consultant, or researcher.

The course offers a flexible and responsive education and training provision which follows the requirements in respect of Continuing Professional and Personal Development (CPPD), linked to professional regulation and the Knowledge and Skills Framework (KSF).

Contact information

Course Enquiries - UK

Tel: 0207 815 7500

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