Aims and Objectives:
- Creating an inclusive atmosphere for all medics. We are also open to non-medics at Exeter.
- Create friendships, have fun as well as aid revision.
Exeter MedSoc is a society run for the students by the students. We are a lively and very active group who help you to make the most of your time here. At Exeter both the friendly staff and atmosphere make it easy for all the students to feel at home and by joining MedSoc you can immediately become a member of the Medical School’s biggest and closest family! With socials, sports teams, educational micro-teaches and the legendary Medsoc balls we are here to guarantee that your five years at medical school are easier, cheaper and a lot more fun!
Committee for 2019/2020:
President: Daniel Dzimega
Vice President: Josh Lewis
Treasurer: Ethan Clarke
Social Secs: Wint Naing and Harry Price
Sport and Education Secs: Rob Murray and Eddie James
Charity Secs: Peter Boyle and Anna Gurung
Publicity Sec: Marnie Traynor
Ball Sec: Amelia Collins and Jasmine Collins
Welfare Officer: Beth Asante
Why join MedSoc?
The committee have managed to negotiate members a fantastic selection of discounts throughout Exeter and online.
Exeter MedSoc has a wide range of sports teams, including football, hockey, netball and rounders. From complete beginners to the elite there is plenty of opportunity to get involved.
Our education officers work hard to keep you on top of your studies with a diverse range of micro-teaches, helping you out in all ends of the curriculum.
Exeter MedSoc members fully embrace the medical student ethos of "work hard, play hard" and are one of the only societies to provide socials on an almost fortnightly basis basis. Fancy dress, pub quizzes and post-exam celebrations are all organised by our busy little social secs to provide well deserved relief from your medical studies. The start and end of your academic year are the most exciting and we're here to ensure that you arrive in style and go out with a bang. Our freshers and survivors weeks are renowned throughout South West, drawing back older students from Exeter and Truro. These are two weeks definitely not to be missed!