As well signing up for societies for sports and interests, we encourage you to get involved with the two student-led groups in the Faculty. The Nursing and Midwifery Society and the Nightingale Student Council organise events, listen to your concerns and help you make the most of student life.
Join the Nursing and Midwifery Society
Want to become part of a community of students from across the Faculty? The Nursing and Midwifery Society will introduce you to like-minded people, support you through your studies, and help you prepare for your future.
By signing up, you can make the most of their extra-curricular lectures, talks and seminars on different healthcare challenges. They also organise social events, hold debates and join forces with other societies.
Voice your concerns to the Council
The Nightingale Student Council (NSC) gives students a voice within King’s, as well as nationally and internationally. The student reps liaise with staff and Executive Dean and work closely with the Student Experience Team.
The NSC aim to:
- Champion our nurses and midwives through student reps
- Empower students to solve their own problems when possible
- Initiate positive change within by working closely with Faculty staff
- Lead the way on projects that really matter to our students
Their most recent initiatives include a Buddy Scheme to support first year students, greater inclusion for midwifery and nursing students in university activities and promoting opportunities to learn across disciplines.
Whenever you want to raise a concern about your course, placements, facilities, or even a personal issue, you can turn to the Council for advice and support. Or, if you’ve got positive feedback, why not let them share it.
Find out more about the Council on Facebook, Twitter or send them an email.