Personalised Medicine

Our goal as a society is to form a sense of community within all year groups of the personalised medicine course and unity between other life science and healthcare courses at the university. We are a well-rounded and inclusive society that not only provides academic and career-related support but also focus on creating a supportive and friendly community for our members while contributing to the larger university community. This combination of academic, social, and support initiatives can significantly enhance the university experience for personalised medicine students. We aims to help you have some fun while getting to know your course mates from years below and above. We also collaborate with other societies to ensure you will gain the most out of our events and have the best student experience during your time here! 

Some events to look forward to include:

  • World Heart Day Awareness
  • Mental Health/Wellbeing Relaxation and Fun Events
  • Sports Activities
  • Peer academic support sessions
  • Fundraising events

And many more so do make sure to get your membership as some of these events will be EXCLUSIVE to members! All who join will benefit from exclusive events and discounts to events (including formal tickets!). The range of social events allows you to really take a break from academic work and relax! 

We also welcome any ideas you may have so do get in touch via email or DM us on our Instagram!

Join us today and meet new people with similar interests! 

Keep up-to-date with our events by following our social media pages! 




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Ulster University Students' Union was established in 1984 and is a membership-led organisation which represents over 26,000 full and part-time Ulster students. Company Number NI646426 (Registered in Northern Ireland).

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