The WMSC covers all matters of importance to medical students in Wales and acts on their behalf. We do this by informing, liaising and, where appropriate, collaborating with the Welsh Government, Cardiff and Swansea medical schools, local health boards and Health Education and Improvement Wales.
The committee also works closely with the BMA Welsh council and the UK MSC.
Raise awareness of student mental health issues and assess the scope of the support offered by medical schools in Wales.
Promote access to medicine regardless of background and monitor differential attainment.
We lobbied for improvements in the standard of accommodation for students on placements and continue to monitor these standards.
Improve communication with students in order to increase awareness of the BMA and encourage engagement with WMSC.
Monitor the implementation of the MLA (Medical Licensing Assessment) and medical schools’ own assessment procedures.
Chair: Ellen Davies
Deputy chair: Virginia Dale
Cardiff first year reps
Cardiff second year reps
Cardiff third year reps
Cardiff fourth year reps
Cardiff fifth year reps
Swansea first year reps
Swansea second year reps
Swansea third year reps
Alice Maria Arvidsson
Swansea fourth year reps
Omolara Akinnawonu (Cardiff rep on UK Medical Students Committee)
Ranmini Philomin (Swansea rep on UK medical Students Committee)
We meet four times a year to discuss the latest issues affecting medical students in Wales. These meetings are open to WMSC members only.
- Wednesday 10 February 2021
- Wednesday 19 May 2021.
All meetings take place from 6.30pm to 9pm either virtually or at:
BMA Cymru Wales
2 Caspian Point
Nominations for the Welsh Medical student committee elections are now closed.
Vacancies for the schools and years below remain:
- Cardiff University: 1st and 5th Year
- Swansea University: 1st and 4th Year
- intercalating representative.
We will be running elections for these seats soon.
Details will be available in due course.
Get in touch
If you are interested in finding out more about the work of the WMSC, please contact [email protected] or call 029 2047 4696.