Postgraduate Education in Medical Imaging & Radiation Oncology

Master Program Radiation Oncology

Inholland University of Applied Sciences is offering a three year Master Program Radiation Oncology. This master program is half-time program of 90 European Credits and a mean study load of 20 hours a week. Most of the program is distance learning, reducing traveling and accommodation costs. Generally speaking, traveling to our campus is restricted to once a semester.

This Master Program is designed for those with a bachelor degree related to radiation oncology / radiotherapy wishing to become an advanced practitioner. The program has a high degree of flexibility to choose those modules that match best your personal and professional learning aims.

Target group

This master program is suitable for those with a bachelor’s degree or higher and work at a radiotherapy department. Potential participants include radiation therapy technologists (RTTs), medical physicists and radiation oncologists, including those in training, and medical engineers working in RT departments.

Organizers and teachers

The Program is organised by the Inholland University of Applied Sciences..

Further Information

For more information about the master program please contact the director of the Master Program: Thom Roding  /  e-mail: 

For all practical information, please contact the secretariat of the course: e-mail: /  phone: +31-884 663 030

Total costs of the program

depending on your choices upon the 


Start date and duration July 2020
Studyload 90 EC (2520 hours)
Assessment Besides the assessment of each learning module the final assessment will be a thesis.
Venue Inholland University of Applied Sciences, Haarlem, The Netherlands
Needed for online sessions

laptop with headset and webcam, broadband internet connection, (laptop should have a wired network connection)