International Medical Corps is working with universities around the UK to develop opportunities for students interested in humanitarian aid, global health and the international consequences of conflict and poverty, to explore these issues through our work.
These clubs are run by our enthusiastic student supporters and are committed to:
International Medical Corps supports the efforts of our University Clubs wherever possible, providing promotional materials, mentoring and expert speakers to attend events organised by the Clubs.
Where appropriate we also provide careers advice, volunteer opportunities, work placements and references for Club members.
If you are interested in joining or setting up an International Medical Corps University club, please contact us to find out more.
The Kings College London IMC Club is made up of around 20 students from several departments across the college. The Club hosts several events each year, including fundraising drives, awareness raising events and guest lectures featuring International Medical Corps speakers.
The clubs most recent successes include:
Joanna Baawa, President of the Kings College London IMC Club says,
The relief and capacity building work of International Medical Corps provides a lifeline for people in desperate need, who would otherwise be without help. International Medical Corps’ “relief to self reliance” ethos resounds strongly with this student body at Kings College, as we believe that by supporting International Medical Corps we will help make sustainable changes.