There are plenty of varied clubs, societies, and activities to get involved with, both at the Medical School and on the main University Campus.
Whether it's representing your sports team in the annual Medical Schools competition (NAMS), helping organise events with Teddy Bear Hospital, taking part in simulated pre-hospital emergencies with PHEMTEC, or getting involved in writing and performing the Medics' Revue Show, there is plenty to choose from.
Warwick's 250+ societies ensure there is something for everyone; from Islamic Society to Real Ale, Argentinian Tango to Futnet, and Student Cinema to Warwick Labour Party, you're bound to find something to interest you!
For more information on the clubs and societies at the Medical School, please see below.
Med Soc is like the SU of Medical School Societies.
It organises Freshers' events, offers pastoral support to students, and has overall responsibility for all other Clubs and Societies at the Medical School.
The Society liaises with the Students' Union at the main University and ensures all extra-curricular activities are running smoothly.
On top of this, MedSoc organises peer teaching, clinical skills teaching, and runs additional teaching days.
Find out more about MedSoc here.
Sports Clubs and Exercise
MedSoc is a student-run society committed to helping all students get the most out of your time here at WMS. This ranges from socials to seminars, societies to sports, charities to chilling out – MedSoc has something for everyone.
A place to deepen your understanding of how faith and medicine go hand in hand; non-Christians are welcome to come to meetings and discuss important issues especially bioethics.
The Teddy Bear Hospital project provides a fun, friendly and relaxed platform that enables children aged 4-8 years to experience the consultation atmosphere in a mock hospital setting.
Affiliated with the Anthony Nolan Trust (ANT), we focus on fundraising and donor recruitment.
For artists and non-artists alike, the WMS Art Society has been been created in order to bring a little creativity and escapism to our medically focused lives.
Arts and Crafts Society also features more craft activities.
A society for the discussion and debate of ethical issues relevant to medical practice including student-led debates and events with guest speakers!
WWM is here to get people excited about Wilderness Medicine and give people the opportunity to get involved in theory, practice, expeditions and research.
WMS Footprints Society aims to provide opportunities to know, understand, and support our more marginalised communities- especially the homeless community.
A society focused on teaching and learning resuscitation methods to medics, school children and the community.
We are the Warwick branch of the incredible StreetDoctors charity, aiming to give young people the confidence to deliver life-saving first aid.
We're dedicated to improving the welfare of medical students here at WMS by giving you the chance to come and have a cup of tea, some biscuits, and a chance to chat and destress!
If you have any ideas for redeveloping the Gibbet Hill campus, want to try your hand at tending an allotment, or just think plants are cool feel free to share your ideas here
A society for medics of the Muslim faith.
Monthly meet ups to discuss some book (mainly non-medical) over a drink in the pub.
A student-led organisation which aims to promote the need for greater nutrition and lifestyle education in medical schools and in other healthcare settings.
The WMS mindfulness society is a group that promotes mindfulness amongst the students and faculty at Warwick university. We are run by medical students but available to everyone. We are running retreats, putting on talks and introducing various mindful activities at Giblet Hill campus.
The society aims to meet once a month to discuss scientific research papers.
Official MSF student support organization. Joining is a great way to get involved, gain awareness of worldwide humanitarian issues & raise funds for MSF.
Interested in empowering young people to make decisions about sex and relationships? Then become a member of Sexpression Warwick today!
Medsin is a student network tackling global and local health inequalitis through education advocacy and community action.