When you apply for a place in the Radiation Therapy Program at
The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, you become a contender in a highly competitive race. The series of videos on this site will provide information and tips to help you cross the April 1 finish line at the front of the pack.
Instructions: Download the applicant worksheet (pdf) and follow the sequence of steps as you view each video. Links to sites and resources referenced in the videos are provided on each screen.
Completing all the application requirements involves a significant amount of time and effort. Completing the program will require even more. Shaun Caldwell, Program Director, provides information to help you decide if Radiation Therapy is the right choice for you - before you commit.
Step by step, Shaun leads you through the nuts and bolts of how to avoid common pitfalls and make sure that every element of your application is as strong as it can be.
Photo in the public domain, U.S. National Institute of Health, retrieved from http://www.nidcr.nih.gov/NR/rdonlyres/F52F097F-B37C-4B74-80FB-8321BDA72953/0/student2.jpg, 2011.
You are approaching the final turn. Slow down and learn the answers to some of the questions about how your application packet will be evaluated.
Photo by Joe Barbosa. Joe Barbosa. Licensed under Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 2.0 Generic license, 2011
Congratulations! You've completed all the requirements and submitted all your application materials before the April 1 deadline. Take a moment to learn more about what makes MD Anderson the best place to learn radiation therapy.
Please complete this brief evaluation. You'll have an opportunity to confirm that you viewed this series, to provide feedback - and you'll receive a token of our appreciation!
U.S. Navy photo by Chris Desmond, 2004. Released by the United States Navy with the ID 040321-N-5862D-20, public domain.