Welcome! Birmingham MedSoc is a student-run society for those studying in the University's College of Medical & Dental sciences. We offer a wide variety of sports/charities and other societies to help students carry out activities outside of their studies, and are all open to all, regardless of their abilities.
SOCIETIES, SPORTS & CHARITIES
MedSoc has around 50 societies, sports and charities for you to get involved in. There truly is something for everyone!
Freshers week starts on 22nd September 2014. We have loads planned to make sure you have a fantastic time here in Birmingham.
A Message from the President
Welcome to the Birmingham Medical Society (MedSoc) website. With approaching 50 societies, sports clubs and charities Birmingham MedSoc is one of the largest in the United Kingdom and is the largest single society at the University of Birmingham. We are an independent non-profit organisation run by students, for students.
Central to Birmingham MedSoc is the ethos of inclusivity. All students at the College of Medical and Dental Sciences are encouraged to join. From those studying Medical Science to Dentistry, drinkers or non-drinkers, academics or sportsmen/women, indeed any student at the College is welcome!
MedSoc has a lot to offer its 2,500 members, from an annual Medical Ball held at the ICC arena, to extensive sporting opportunities, to charities and societies that take their members all over the globe. Birmingham MedSoc truly adds a lot to any Health Science student’s time at the University.
Whether a current student looking for something new, a prospective student or a successful applicant, please have a look at everything Birmingham MedSoc has to offer you. If you have any queries or suggestions, please do feel free to contact the MedSoc committee, details for whom can be found here: 2015/2016 Committee. To keep up to date with Birmingham MedSoc, you can like us on facebook or follow us on twitter.
Best wishes,Gita Lingam - President
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Events ⇓Jul 06Jul 06Birmingham Medical Leadership Society: West Midlands Research Collaborative - General Surgery Research updates - All Welcome06:30pm@ Medical school or QEHJul 15