Join Oxford Medical Alumni
In partnership with the University Alumni Office OMA offers many benefits to you:
- Medical school reunions
- Academic lectures
- Educational tours
- Subscription to our newsletter Oxford Medicine
- Access to JSTOR
- Oxford medical merchandise
- Discounts throughout Oxford and beyond
- More about Oxford alumni benefits
How to join OMA
- Recent Medical Graduate? If you graduated through the Oxford Medical School within the last five years then you can join. Membership costs £30.00. (Please note this is a one off payment and covers the first five years after your qualification as a doctor from the Oxford Medical School. Access the Oxford Medical Alumni Secure Pages to find out about the full range of services. JOIN OMA HERE
- Graduated more than 3 years ago? If you graduated through the Oxford Medical School more than three years ago then you can JOIN OMA HERE.
- Medical teacher but not an Oxford matriculand? If you are not a matriculated member of the University of Oxford but taught, or teach, medical students then you can join HERE. Your application for membership will be reviewed by the OMAAB and you will be notified of the outcome in due course. Your membership fee will be refunded if your application is unsuccessful.
- Not a matriculated member of the University of Oxford? You can apply for membership HERE. Your application for membership will then be considered by the OMAAB. You will be notified of the outcome of your application in due course. Your membership fee will be refunded if your application is unsuccessful. Please note that if you are not a medical teacher, and have not matriculated at Oxford, you will not have access to the same range of benefits as alumni.
Osler House started on a site next to the Radcliffe Infirmary in the early 1940's as the social focus for the Oxford Clinical School. Named after Sir William Osler it is now to be found on the John Radcliffe Hospital site, where it remains exclusively for the use of the clinical medical students. Whether you enjoyed sports, bops, societies, or just a space to hang out with your friends, Osler House had something to offer to everyone. The excellent welfare support network is still in place to ease students through the tougher times and the academic reps raise ‘ideas, concerns or expectations’ with academic staff.