What we do



MedSoc works throughout the year to organise talks by world-leading scientists and doctors exclusively for MedSoc members.


MedSoc aims to encourage greater integration between medical students across the University.

MedSoc Ball

Our annual MedSoc Ball in Lent Term sold out last year in only 24 hours and received a 4* review from 'The Tab'.

Calendar and Annoucements

The new MedSoc website includes University-wide events and announcements relevant to our members.

Academic Guides

MedSoc has produced exclusive guides containing advice tailored to the first and second year medical courses at Cambridge.

Travel Grants

Every summer we provide grants for our members who are embarking on medically-relevant travel.


Your MedSoc Ents team works hard to organise events throughout the year such as our Garden Party and Christmas Formal.


Starting from 2015, MedSoc has been running an orchestra and choir!


Our magazine Murmur produces original articles for our members throughout the year.

Summer Plans

Look out for our Research and Volunteering evening later this year which will include a number of students taking about their experiences.


We have MedSoc sports teams for hockey, rugby, football, netball and badminton with several matches per term as well as plenty of stash.

Clinical Forum

Every year we organise a forum attended by the main clinical schools to help third years make their clinical school applications.


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Why join?


Exclusive Discounts

£5 discount on MedSoc stash and events such as the MedSoc Ball as well as bar, restaurant and club deals across Cambridge.


Attend talks organised by MedSoc by world-class speakers free of charge.


MedSoc acts to support any member in academic difficulties through contacts with the University and college MedSocs.


Download our exclusive guides on how to get the most out of the first and second year medical courses.


Meet new people and have fun by playing for MedSoc sports teams.

Shape MedSoc

Shape one of the largest societies in Cambridge by applying to be a member of the committee.