19 Feb

The best week of your medical degree is nearly here and MUMUS has you covered. Here you will find all the goss for the amazing activities we have planned for you and more! For the most up-to-date information and to join in the conversation, follow @your_MUMUS on Twitter. Don't have a Twitter? Now is the best time to sign up and start Tweeting with your fellow meddies!

The Week Ahead

Time Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday
9:00AM Transition Event Transition Event
10:00AM FMNHS - Official Dean's Welcome
11:00AM MUMUS O'Week Stall MedQuest MUMUS International & Interstate Forum WILDFIRE BBQ
12:00PM MedFest


MUMUS Future's Forum 1:30PM - MUMUS BounceINC Event
5:00PM MUMUS Slurpees & QandA
7:00PM MedCruise  Ignite Half The Sky Screening

A Guide To The Events


Future's Forum

Where - Building 32, Lecture Theatre E3

When - 1:15-3:30PM

Why should you attend? - an amazing list of prominent, world-reknowned guest speakers have been lined up to talk to you about Medicine and the life you can expect. Why wouldn't you want such a fabulous insight into your chosen career?

MUMUS O'Week Stall

Where - Lemon Scented Lawns behind Campus Centre

When - 11:00AM-1:00PM

Why should you attend? - calm that nervous excitement of your first day at uni by meeting some friendly people who were just like you 12 months ago. Merchandise (limited stock) and tickets to MedCruise and BounceInc will also be available for sale so bring some cash. Plus there are plenty of freebies!



Where - Meet on the Biomed Lawns

When - 11:00AM-12:00PM

Why should you attend? - There are prizes to be won! Plus you get the added bonus of an adventurous introduction into medicine and the Clayton campus.

What to wear? - Comfortable shoes!


Where - Biomed Lawns

When - 12:00-2:00PM

Why should you attend? - Stock up on free pens at the one-stop shop to learn about all the Monash medical societies and sign up for Free medical indemnity insurance.


Where - Victoria Star at Dock 9, Central Pier, Docklands

When - 7:00-11:00PM

How to get tickets? -

Why should you attend? - An amazing event loved by every year level to come through Monash in the past decade. When you are the Cardiology registrar you will still be raving about the MedCruise you attended in first year med school. True story.


Interstate & International Student Forum

Where - Building 13A, Lecture Theatre M3

When - 11:00AM-1:00PM

Why should you attend? - If you are from rural Victoria, interstate or overseas, come along to listen to a number of fellow students in higher years speak of their experiences living away from home including a huge range of tips about Melbourne.

Ignite Global Health's Half The Sky Screening

Where - Rotunda Building, Lecture Theatre R7

When - 7PM

Why should you attend? - Run by Ignite & VGen, you are sure to be inspired watching this film discussing gender equality worldwide and how you can help. A great introduction to Ignite Global Health as a Monash medical student society.



Where - 2 Weir Street, Glen Iris, VIC 3146

When - 1:30-3:00PM

Why should you attend? - An excellent social event for everyone, including those who can't make it to MedCruise due to age restrictions.

What to wear? - Clothes you can jump on multiple trampolines in & SOCKS!


Free Slurpies & QandA Session

Where - Building 64, South One Lecture Theatre

When - 5:30PM

Why should you attend? - Straight after your transition event, come grab a free slurpee and chat to your super-friendly MUMUS representatives about all things Monash Med.


17 Feb


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17 Jan

Congratulations! Welcome to Monash Medical School and most importantly, welcome to the amazing MUMUS!

The Monash University Medical Undergraduates’ Society (MUMUS) is the representative body for all 2000 Monash Clayton (undergraduate) and Monash Gippsland (postgraduate) medical students. Just by enrolling in the course you are automatically a member of this prestigious society. MUMUS is your voice to the Faculty of Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences at Monash University, as well as to the Australian Medical Students’ Association (AMSA). We are the go-to body for any academic or wellbeing support you require while also organising super-fun social events.

Throughout the year MUMUS hosts a huge array of not to be missed events including a fun-filled O’Week, the highly anticipated MedCamp, glamourous MedBall, Pleasant Friday Evenings (PFEs), Caduceus Sports Cup and more. Importantly, we also provide an ever-expanding range of academic resources - from revision lectures to study groups to career interest nights - and have an amazing Community & Wellbeing team (MUMUS C&W) who will guide you in perfecting the med-life balance (yes there is such a thing!).

Your year with MUMUS will begin with O’Week, packed in with exciting guest speakers and awesome opportunities to meet your cohort. Our website (, Facebook pages (Monash Med 2017 - undergrads; Monash Med Gippsland 2016 - postgrads), and Twitter feed (@Your_MUMUS) will be your hub for all the information you need.

As a Monash Meddie you will also have the opportunity to be a part of three other great medical student groups:

Another of these important student organisations is AMSA, the peak representative body for medical students all over Australia. AMSA connects, informs and represents Australia's 17,000 Medical Students across 20 medical schools with advocacy campaigns, events and programs, and publications. Through policy development and representation to governments, universities and relevant medical bodies, AMSA strives for the medical student's best interest. Make sure you keep an eye out for AMSA’s renowned educational, social and leadership opportunities for students. You can stay connected with AMSA by signing up at

At this stage you will likely be overloaded with information so the best advice we can provide you with is the MUMUS Recommended Booklist for Year 1 (see attached). If you’ve seen the official booklist, don’t be alarmed by its size - you don’t need to buy them all! Our recommendations are formed from the opinions of the 2012 Year 1 cohort and will hopefully make your job a little easier.

Once again congratulations and we look forward to meeting you all at O’Week and throughout your years as a MUMUS member.

Best wishes,

Your 2013 MUMUS Committee


Click Here for the Booklist!


11 Oct

The Monash Medical Alumni Prize is awarded to the final year student who is judged by his or her peers as having contributed the most support to their fellow students during the course of their MBBS degree. This year there will be 2 prizes awarded, one open to Central students and one open to Gippsland students. The voting will take place in two stages:

  • Nomination period from Friday 19th October to Tuesday 29th October 2012.
  • Voting period from Thursday 1st November to Monday 12th November 2012.

Your vote is important. Please take a moment to help us formally recognise someone who has supported you or your colleagues over the past 4/5 years by heading to Moodle and the MED5091, GMD5071, MED5092, GMD5082, MED5102 & GMD5102 home page. Please note, all nominations and votes are secret.

Any questions?

Contact Karen Johnson at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or via phone on 9902 4320

05 Oct

Log In to downlaod the document which has the propsed constitution changes to be voted at the AGM 

05 Oct

The Medical Student Council of Victoria (MSCV) is proud to announce that applications are now open for the positions of Chair and Secretary of Council in 2013.

Both positions are an exciting opportunity for committed medical students to get involved with an organisation at the forefront of the big issues facing Victorian medical students.

To serve as Chair is an exciting opportunity to lead a team of engaged student leaders, represent Victorian medical students, run state-level advocacy campaigns and oversee major student-run events. The role requires a significant personal time commitment.

The role of Secretary is an opportunity to provide support to an state-level advocacy body involved in representing and connecting medical students in Victoria through managing the inner workings of the organisation and providing a strong social media presence.

Please visit the MSCV website ( for position descriptions and full application process requirements. Note that vision statements for Chair are to be no more than three hundred words long.

Applications are now open and must be emailed to Ashleigh Witt (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. ) by midnight on WEDNESDAY Oct 17 Applicants must be available to attend the Council meeting on the evening of the 15th of October in Melbourne.

Potential applicants for both positions are strongly encouraged to contact the current Chair, Enis Kocak, via This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

17 Sep

Voting for the MUMUS 2013 Elections has been restarted!

Please log in to view the statement detailing the reasons for this.


Click here to proceed to the voting page.

Voting will require you to log in using your username and password. Register yourself now, or click here for instructions on how to reset your login details!

28 Aug

Apply for MUMUS 2013

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Call for nominations
Friday 31st August, 5pm -  Friday 7th September, 5pm

Friday 14th September, 5pm – Friday 21st September, 5pm

Sunday 23rd September (MUMUS Bulletin): 2013 Executive Announced
Sunday 30th September (MUMUS Bulletin): 2013 Full Committee Announced


Friday 12th October (2013 Committee sworn in)


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