IAMSE Students

Are you considering a career in medical education? IAMSE student membership is made up of undergraduate and graduate level trainees and faculty from all over the world contributing to shaping the future of health sciences education. Students make up 9% of IAMSE. Read on for benefits of student membership and opportunities that IAMSE student membership opens up!

Upcoming Conference Opportunities for Students:

  • The Annual Meeting is the perfect opportunity to join a networking session!
  • Tips for getting the most out of the Annual Conference:
    1. Don’t be intimidated by other attendees.
    2. Be professional, but don’t be afraid to interact with all attendees (students and faculty alike) as peers.
    3. Network, network, network!
    4. Comment and give a student’s perspective, faculty are interested in hearing your experience.
    5. Enjoy the events, and what the host city has to offer.
    6. Ask questions! Experienced attendees will be thrilled to interact and give their advice.

Student membership has many benefits!

  • Connect with other students, educators and researchers from around the world by networking through the website, virtual meetings and webinars, and annual conferences
  • Apply for a grant! IAMSE student grants are available to IAMSE members only.
  • Present your work, share your ideas and get feedback from an experienced international audience who teaches for a living and values student input
  • Enjoy reduced rates and opportunities for travel funding when you attend our annual meeting to learn, network and explore a desirable locale
  • Read and even publish in Medical Science Educator
  • Share IAMSE with a friend/colleague! Connect on Facebook, twitter, LinkedIn, and Instagram!
  • Check out our toolkits and trainings!

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What do the student members have to say?

Hear from current members who joined as students – IAMSE helped them find their jobs!

  • “I joined IAMSE as a graduate student after hearing about it in a networking meeting with another group. I joined and became a part of the Student Professional Development committee where I met my future boss!”