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Reunions are held to mark the 10th anniversary of your qualification as a doctor at: 10, 20, 30, 40 and 50 years out. 

Unlike your college gaudy - OMA uses the year of your qualification as a doctor when inviting you to a reunion. This ensures that everyone qualifying in the same year receives an invitation irrespective of whether they studied the pre-clinical course, the clinical course, the graduate entry course, or the full six-year course.

Reunions are also open to all those who studied in the Oxford Clinical Medical School, whether or not they qualified through the Oxford School.  

OMA reunions include your former tutors and one guest is usually welcome too.