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The MSC is the BMA branch of practice committee that represents medical students in the UK.
An overview of the UK MSC, its priorities, subcommittees and meeting information.
As future doctors, we want to safeguard our NHS. Here are our five priorities.
Find out who your local MSC reps and deputy reps are.
Find out more about the BMA Medical Students Committee Elections 2018.
Overview of the Scottish Medical Students Committee (SMSC)
Overview of the Welsh Medical Students Committee (WMSC)
Overview of the Northern Ireland Medical Students Committee (NIMSC)
The annual medical students conference is a chance for medical students to debate and create BMA policy.
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