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 (www.mscv.org.au) for position descriptions and full application process requirements. Note that vision statements for Chair are to be no more than three hundred words long.
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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)
The Faculty has arranged for 75 students (year 4C and 5D) to sit the AMAC examination. The AMAC (Australian Medical Assessment
Collaboration) examination is a great preparation for both the VIA and the CKT.
The examination will be online, and held in a number of locations at the Clayton campus - the computers used will be Monash University computers set up to log in to the examination site only.
Students can login to A+ (https://allocate.its.monash.edu.au/aplus/apstudent). They'll need to select Exam_AMAC on top left of the screen and pick a session. All sessions are at the same time on the same day but the locations are different. Until 4pm today, the exam title will read Exam_ATAL - that typo will be corrected by 4pm, and will read Exam_AMAC.
There are only 75 spots available.