We are Manchester Student Society of Architecture (or simply MSSA), one of the largest architecture student-led societies in the UK. We represent every student at Manchester School of Architecture.
MSSA is a completely student-led society at Manchester School of Architecture, we work closely with students, tutors, lecturers and collaborators inside and outside the school to deliver an improved student life for our 800+ members.
Our aims are to provide the broadest possible student experience by supporting social and academic events within and beyond the MSA. We offer an ever-expanding scope of activities and possible pursuits for students to engage within a wider domain of architecture: we arrange frequent lectures, debates, competitions and social events aimed at students. (virtually for now, so stay tuned!)
We source our own funding through our activities, and all profits are reallocated to benefit our members. What’s more, our society is governed by a committee comprising entirely of students across all years, we encourage involvement from students across the school and always appreciate those who are willing to join our committee.
The MSSA is run with the support of Manchester School of Architecture, as part of Manchester School of Art within both the University of Manchester and Manchester Metropolitan University.
Our committee is represented by students across the years at MSA. We encourage involvement from all our members and are always looking to increase member representation on the committee, we want to hear your ideas. We meet every Friday at 1 PM (UK time) on Zoom, so feel free to come along!
Visit us at mssa.msa.ac.uk
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