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Bioscience Students' Association 

The King’s College London Bioscience Students' Association is open to all students in the School of Bioscience Education and beyond! Regardless of the course you do, you are more than welcome to join our society.

 

To view candidates - please click here https://www.kclsu.org/elections/, select candidate list, and scrolling down to where BSA candidates are located.

 

Contacting us

Contact elections@kclsu.org for:

  • Problems with nominating
  • Problems with voting
  • Problems with logging in
  • Questions about the elections process
  • Help and guidance

Please provide your K number, KCL email address and full name in your email.

Contact rocomplaints@kclsu.org for:

  • Actions (conduct) of a candidate or their campaign team
  • The administration of the elections

Please provide as much information and evidence as possible. 

 

About us

The King’s College London Bioscience Students' Association is for all taught students in the School of Bioscience Education and beyond. The Bioscience Students’ Association (the “BSA”) was established to provide formal representation to all Bioscience students in the King’s College London School of Bioscience Education. Member Societies’ include Anatomy Society; Biochemistry society; Biomedical Society; Genetics Society; Neuroscience society; Nutrition & dietetic society; Pharmacology Society; Pharmacy Society; KCL Physiotherapy Society and KCL Society for Immunology and Infectious Diseases.

We organise a plethora of activities including academic seminars, career events and social gatherings, all of which afford incredible opportunities to network and meet new people. This year we are running a newly thought out peer support scheme which focuses highly on career aspirations and module choices. We also have a brand new student-led journal, it aims to highlight issues in the life sciences which cause conflicted opinions in society. 
 

 

Find us on Facebook at facebook.com/KCLBSA/

And our website at www.kclbsa.com