NUS Student Union (NUSSU)

The NUSSU Representative acts as a bridge between the NUS Student Union as well as the Medicine community. He oversees links with other student governance bodies to facilitate cooperation between the Medical Society and other NUS Constituent Clubs should the need arise. This can be done at the level of the Society or at the level of individual directorates. The NUSSU representative also strives to organise initiatives in the Medicine Community that promote NUS collaboration and promote the NUS Medicine community within the wider NUS ecosystem.

Projects

NUSSU Walkabout

The NUSSU EXCO walks the ground frequently to engage fellow peers and understand their problems and concerns in order to enact change on an NUS-wide level.

Exam Welfare Packs

To spur and encourage everyone in their exams, NUSSU gives out Exam Welfare Packs on an NUS-wide level.

Organizing camps

The NUSSU EXCO and Committees organize camps such as Union Camp, Student Leader’s Camp and more for the student population.

Rag & Flag

The NUSSU EXCO partners the various faculty clubs, and works out the NUS-wide level regulations and direction of the year’s Rag & Flag.

Photo courtesy of Calvin Tjio, 2016

Photo courtesy of Calvin Tjio, 2016

Events

Keynote Address

The Keynote Address sees the congregation of students from health science schools and faculties in NUS, NTU and DUKE-NUS for an intense and meaningful discussion about pertinent healthcare issues. Big figures in the healthcare sector are invited to share their wisdom and insight for students to gain a deeper and broader understanding of the healthcare scene in Singapore.

Awards & Appreciation Nite (AAN)

AAN is a night of celebration and appreciation, where awards and accolades are given out to students and staff for outstanding performance and unwavering dedication to the NUS Medicine community.

Other NUSSU events

NUSSU organises countless NUS-wide activites including Open Day, Thanks!NUS, NUS Union Camp, Free Cone Day, Exam Welfare Packs, Rag & Flag and more! Please visit www.nussu.org to learn more.