Practising as a Radiologic Technologist / Radiation Therapy Technologist
Where to Apply
Registrar, Council of Radiologic Technologists and Radiation Therapy Technologists
Ministry of Health
1 Prodromou & 17 Chilonos Str
Tel.: +357 22605409
Which Certificates must be Submitted
The original completed application form must be accompanied by the following documents:
- Original Birth Certificate;
- Certified copy/ies of Degree/s of Higher/Tertiary Education;
- Original Health Certificate from a Member of the Cyprus Medical Council;
- Original certificate that the applicant has not been convicted of an offence of moral obscenity (not exceeding 3 months from the date of issue);
- Original/Certified copy of Marriage certificate for candidates who are not citizens of the Republic of Cyprus/ a Member State and who have entered into a marriage with a citizen of the Republic/ a Member State;
- Copies of Attendance certificates of continuous Training and copies of publications;
- A recent passport-sized photograph.
Fees Applicable & How to Pay
The application fee is €50 and is payable with the application.
Payments to be made to the following account:
Council of Radiologic Technologists and Radiation Therapy Technologists
Hellenic Bank Public Company Ltd.
Account No. 139-01-720795-01
IBAN: CY38 0050 0139 0001 3901 7207 9501
Annual licence fee for practising the profession is €20.
Licence Validity Period
The practising licence expires on 31/12 of the year of issue.
Dispute with the Competent Authority's Decision
How to File an Administrative Action
Administrative Action Against a Competent Authority’s Decision
A person who is not satisfied by a Council decision may, within twenty (20) days of the date on which the Council’s decision is notified to him/her, challenge that decision by written Administrative Action to the Minister of Health; this provision is regulated in the Health Professionals Registration Councils (Exercise of Hierarchical Administrative Action) Law of 2017.
Any person may file an Administrative Action at the Administrative Court against a decision, act or omission of any competent authority or body.
Pursuant to Article 146 of the Constitution, an Administrative Action may be lodged within 75 days from the date of the decision or act or omission or from the day when such decision or act or omission was notified to the applicant.
The Administrative Court acts as a cassation Court and not as a substantive Court. In other words, the Administrative Court may:
I. Dismiss the Administrative Action
II. Annul wholly or partially the contested decision or act
III. Compel the relevant authority or body to take a certain action
After a decision is annulled, the authority and/or public body must reverse things back to the state prior to when the concerned decision and/or act was executed and reexamine.
How to Appeal
An Appeal may be filed against the Administrative Court’s first-instance decision within a period of 42 days from the date such a decision was given.
At the Supreme Court (Court of Appeal Section) hearing, the contested issue of the appeal remains the legality of the decision or act already adjudicated.
However, such a revision of the legality of the decision or act is solely examined on the matters and the extent that the two parties have limited the reasons in the relevant notice of appeal.
The decision adopted by the Supreme Court is considered final in relation to the matter that has been judged.