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Student Radiographer of the Year
Student radiographer of the year
The Society and College of Radiographers offer our approved higher education institutions, clinical colleagues and peers the chance to recognise their outstanding student colleagues in the annual student radiographer of the year awards.
The aim of the awards is to honour an undergraduate therapeutic student and a diagnostic student who exemplify the best of the profession’s values, as well as highlighting the students’ accomplishments whilst in a formal educational setting. This includes excellent academic and clinical achievement, together with outstanding contribution as an individual to student life and/or the university.
The winners receive a prize of £250 and a certificate commemorating the award. One of the highlights is the presentation of the awards, which take place at a venue in Central London before an invited audience of the 'great and the good ' of radiography,
plus members of parliament and a high profile guest who presents the awards.
A student may be nominated for the Student of the Year award by their course team, clinical placement staff, or peers. However, all nominations must be made with the support of a clinical colleague.
Click here for details of how to make a nomination.
Applications must be submitted through an online application form which can be found here. Please note the closing date to receive nominations is 8 July 2016.
The Student of the Year Awards are generously sponsored by Carestream.