Bhavya Arora

Bhavya Arora’s drive to make a genuine difference in people’s lives was an instrumental factor influencing his decision to study the Bachelor of Medical Imaging (Honours).

"When I was at school, my decision to progress into healthcare came from my drive and compassion to help the vulnerable. The thought of genuinely making a difference in someone’s life when they need it the most really helped me face obstacles and make the sacrifices anyone in healthcare would need to make.

"A really important part of the Medical Imaging programme was our patient-based simulations at Greenlane Clinical Centre, where we were able to translate our theoretical knowledge into a real-world setting. We were also extremely fortunate to use the Human Anatomy Lab, which gave us an underlying appreciation of the musculoskeletal system.

“On a personal note, being the class rep throughout the programme helped me establish a greater degree of empathy and connection with my peers.   

The faculty fosters a transparent, communicative approach to bridging the gap between the student body and Medical Imaging staff.


Bhavya Arora Student: Bachelor of Medical Imaging (Honours)

"After becoming a radiographer, I have transitioned into a more specialised area of Medical Imaging – Cardiac Ultrasound. I’m currently training at Auckland City Hospital to become a Cardiac Sonographer.”