Introduction: Burnout is characterised as a loss of energy and power due to a constant over-extention, which commonly results in irredeemable and undesirable modifications typical for jobs related to dealing with people. The process of study is under various requirements and pressures which all may end up in burnout. Task: We searched for the answer if the phenomenon of burnout might have been obvious also for the first grade students of the first level radiologic technology and which were the possible causes of the occurrence of the burnout as well as their influence on the health of these students. Work methods: The poll questionnaire involved all first grade students of the first level higher study of radiologic technology. The level of burnout was measured by the Copenhagen Burnout Inventory, by additional questions as a mean of defining the stessors most significant for the burnout to possibly occur with the students. The results gained in this way were compared with a selected professional literature that examined closely the level of the burnout with students or medical workers. Furthermore, we also involved a hi-square test to determine the occurrence of the burnout according to somebody’s residence distant from the Faculty of Medicine. Results of the survey: 35 students (87.5%) filled the poll questionnaire, which proved 16 students (45,7 %) in our model to have been suffering from the symptoms of burnout. 24 participants (73%) were women and 9 (27%) were men. The results considering the gender of participants in the poll, however, found out 5 (31,2 %) male-students and 11 (68,8 %) female-students to have been burned-out. The number of hours of their engagement at the university and the extent/quantity of their study-related work were among the most common burnout-causing reasons listed by the students. According to middle school they graduated from, the highest level of burnout was reported by those who had finished one middle school but the secondary medical school or grammar school. The distance of the residence from The Faculty of Medicine did not prove any statistic deviations (p=0,398). Discussion and conclusion: With the reference to the results published in the professional literature, the percentage of burnout with students of radiological technology in case was found to exceed the percentage stated at teachers, mentors, engineers of radiology and the USA physicians, while a slight decrease was ascertained if compared with the students in Lebanon. Furthermore, the research on the distress-solving strategies showed similarities between our students and the students of The Faculty of Medicine, since both groups rather tend to look for social support from close friends and relatives. The problem might be sorted out by the interference of particular modifications in the university engagement schedule.