Although many medical students choose to focus on activities that are related to their training; extracurricular activities are not always limited to medicine. Medical students have formed clubs and societies in their time in school to make it more meaningful, more collegial and more enjoyable.
The Medical Student Society (MSS)
Medical students have formed an organization joining students from different classes to help each other achieve their goals.
There are plans to launch several programs such as a mentorship program whereby students can guide their juniors throughout their medical training, events to join classes together, and organizing a shared platform for students and others. This society is open to all medical students to help each other accomplish great things.
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The Lebanese Medical Students’ International Committee (LeMSIC) in AUB
The Lebanese Medical Students' International Committee (LeMSIC) is a non-political, non-religious, non-profit student-run organization that represents medical students in Lebanon. It is a full National Member Organization (NMO) of the International Federation of Medical Students' Associations (IFMSA).
LeMSIC - was founded in the 1960s by active medical students from the American University of Beirut. .
Activities were reactivated in 1997 after the civil war, with the launching of the Exchange Program and of the IFMSA's 6th
International HIV/AIDS Summer School.
After that milestone year, LeMSIC re-established itself both locally and internationally, and has grown to embrace hundreds of active medical students in its various standing committees.
LeMSIC website link
LeMSIC President Email
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