Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences

Student associations

Join a faculty student associate and meet other students to take part in events and activities.

Student rural health club.This club supports tertiary health students from rural areas, provides advice on careers in rural health, runs related teaching and skills workshops, and holds legendary social events! Interdisciplinary interaction between students is encouraged on rural health matters, plus there is a network with other rural health clubs.
The Auckland University Medical Students’ Association organises social, sporting, and educational events such as the Annual Medical School Ball, staff-student debates, inter-faculty sporting tournaments, information seminars and medical symposiums.
Faculty Postgraduate Students' Association 
The association represents postgraduate students at a number of levels within the Faculty. Most Faculty departments have representatives on the committee, and these students are more than happy to discuss any issues, or help resolve any problems, that you may encounter as a postgraduate student.
The Nurses of Auckland University Student Association (NASA) is the first student led nursing association for nursing students at Auckland University. NASA is a non-profit organization association that will address existing health issues within Auckland.
The Auckland Pharmacy Student Association organises a range of social and study activities for students undertaking a Bachelor of Pharmacy.
Chiasma - The New Link in Biotech Enterprise aims to foster an enterprising spirit amongst the biotech student community across the University of Auckland. It forms linkages within the biotech related faculties of the university (Faculty of Medical & Health Sciences, School of Biological Sciences, Bioengineering Institute and Business School) and builds networks with the wider New Zealand biotech sector.
New Zealand Medical Students' Association
The association's vision is to represent and unite New Zealand medical students on the views, issues and concerns relevant to them. The overall purpose of the association's work is to improve the health of New Zealanders. 
The Student Association for the Medical Sciences (S.A.M.S.) represents and advocates for all students who have taken or will take a MEDSCI paper. Typically we include, but are not limited to Biomedical Sciences, Pharmacology, Physiology, Sports Science, Health Science and Psychology.
University of Auckland PGSA
University Postgraduate Students' Association
The Association is an incorporated society dedicated to strengthening the postgraduate community at the University of Auckland. The Association is run by a board of volunteer representatives elected from each faculty across the University.

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