Our newly formed committee is made up of medical students from a range of year groups who are passionate about increasing the prevalence of African Caribbean people in Medicine and improving the quality of experience for African Caribbean medical students at the University of Southampton. We want our members to feel encouraged and adequately informed about all a career in Medicine had to offer and to aid them in those career prospects . AIMS: - Increase the prevalence of African Caribbean people in Medicine. - Encourage and inform all about a career in Medicine.

The Committee

All clubs and societies within the Students' Union are run entirely by students. The student committee for African Caribbean Medical Association this year are:

Anjolaoluwa Ademuwagun
Events Officer
Osasere Osayimwen
Events Officer
Chenai Mandangu
Outreach Officer
Cynthia Kelechi Emmanuel
Esther Adewale
Publicity Officer
Olufunmilola Ogundiran
Ireayo Shonibare
Esther Adewale
Welfare Officer

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Membership Information

These are the current membership fees offered by African Caribbean Medical Association, although many clubs and societies offer a free period for new members to try out their activities.

You must be a member of the Students' Union to join a club or society
NameCostValid PeriodDetails
Year membership FREE01/09/2021 - 01/07/2022Get added to our mailing list – you will know when events are taking place! Membership also allows you to nominate yourself for a committee position and vote in the annual general meeting. Follow us on Instagram and twitter (both @acma_soton)


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Health & Safety

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