Call for delegates for August Meeting 2017 in Arusha, Tanzania

Dear AMSBians,

It is the time of the year to call for a delegation to attend the August Meeting 2017 of the International Federation of Medical Students’ Associations.

This year it will take place at the feet of mountain Kilimanjaro in Arusha, Tanzania.

Pre-General Assembly: 28.07. – 01.08.

General Assembly: 01.08. – 07.08.

Post-General Assembly: 07.08. 10.08.

To apply as a delegate for AMSB (up to 16 spots) please follow this link:


Any active medical student and member of one of the six Local AMSBs has the right to apply as a delegate to represent AMSB on an international event

Additional to the member status, following criteria must be matched.

–           Being an active member of AMSB

–           To have the ambition to develop on national and/or international level

–           To have visited at least one National Meetings of the AMSB

–           To have no penalties after visiting previous international events on behalf of AMSB

To finish your application, please fill this form and send a picture of yourself to: with the subject: <AM17– Your Name>.

The meeting is in English language, therefore please fill the form in English. Applications in Bulgarian Language are NOT invalid and will be considered. The language of the application is NO criteria for the election of the EB.

Deadline: 05.05.2017 23:59 GMT+2

Fee for the General Assembly: Depending on the amount of registrations the fee will be in-between 465 BGN and 522 BGN depending on the number of delegates (up to 8 delegates the fee will be 465 BGN).

Fee for the pre-General Assembly: 180€

Fee for the post-General Assembly: 320€

More information regarding the events can be found in the Invitation Package

If  you are interested in being part of a session team? Contact me via e-mail to get more information!

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact me.

In the name of the Executive Board I wish you good luck!

Birk Bähnemann, Interim Vice-President for International Activities


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