Where Can I Study Clinical Technology In South Africa

What is a Clinical Technology?

A clinical technologist, also known as a healthcare science practitioner, is a medical professional involved in the practical delivery of medical physics and clinical engineering services. 

Where Can I Study Clinical Technology In South Africa?

Walter Sisulu University (WSU)

University of South Africa (UNISA)

University of Pretoria.

University of Johannesburg (Auckland Park Bunting Road Campus)

University of Johannesburg (Auckland Park Kingsway Campus)

University of Johannesburg (Doorfontein Campus)

University of Johannesburg (Soweto Campus)

How much do clinical technologists make in South Africa?

The average clinical medical technologist’s gross salary in South Africa is R808,492 or an equivalent hourly rate of R389. In addition, they earn an average bonus of R31,693.

Salary estimates are based on salary survey data collected directly from employers and anonymous employees in South Africa.

What are the requirements for clinical technology in South Africa?

A National Certificate: Level 4 subjects. Candidates must have a minimum of 60% in Life Sciences, English, and mathematics and

a minimum of 70% in physical science. Life Orientation will only contribute a maximum of one (1) to the total credit value.