The Students' Scientific Society (SSS) is a non-religious, non-political, and non-profit student-run organization, active since 1968, aiming to offer future physicians a comprehensive overview on global health issues and general methods by which they can tackle them. Through the opportunities the it offers, the SSS develops the conventional medical student into a more socially aware and practically proficient junior doctor intent on actively influencing change upon transnational world health problems.

The SSS has inspired generations of medical students to develop the leadership abilities and skills to take on challenges and to improve the world around them in an early yet crucial period of their career. Engaging in the SSS encourages both professional and personal collaborations irrespective of geographical, social, cultural, religious, racial, sexual and political differences. As a result, our future doctors are becoming more practically aware and internationally competent physicians.

As a leading registered National Member Organization at IFMSA-Egypt, a full member in the International Federation of Medical Students' Associations (IFMSA) worldwide, the SSS seeks to unleash the enormous capabilities within Cairo University’s medical students and to sow the seedlings of their ideas, skills, ambitions, and aspirations in an environment in which they can grow and sprout out to expanded horizons.


After the attack on Egypt and the crash of all student activities in the university back in 1967, a prodigious man decided to be the change he wanted to see in the world and started the SSS. A non-religious, non-political student activity; he gave it from his effort, time, mind, and soul enough to make it last forever; and the proof is here 50 years after. Dr Ahmed Saeed founded the society in 1968. The very first event organized by the SSS, was held on the 7th of November, 1968; it was a seminar held by the late Professor Dr Mohamed Kamel Hussein, one of the few to hold a great position in Medicine and literature in Egypt. Dr Ahmed Saeed is currently a consultant in hospital Quality and Risk Management in Canada.

“A generation which ignores history has no past and has no future”

“When it all started in 1968. The SSS concept caught on medical students by a storm and the chain reaction will never stop. Your dedication is actually producing wonders in this century.
So, to all Current Generation, thank you very much for all your formidable input, you are now writing “the memories of the future”.

Dr.Ahmed Saeed,

SSS secretary 1968


The SSS is a full member organization in IFMSA-Egypt, who is, in turn, a full member in -and the national representative for- IFMSA in Egypt. IFMSA stands for The International Federation of Medical Students Associations. It was founded in 1951 as an organization of medical students, for medical students, and by medical students. For more than 60 years, the Federation has not only been a dynamic platform of opportunities for the future doctors but has also served as their voice at the international level.
IFMSA is the world’s oldest and largest independent organization representing associations of medical students internationally. It currently maintains 132 National Member Organizations from more than 124 countries with over one million students represented worldwide. IFMSA is recognized as a non-governmental organization within the United Nations system and the World Health Organization, and also works with the World Medical Association.



We aspire to create a world where medical students stand united against emergent global health issues; shielded by values, knowledge and skills to become competent physicians and leaders, both locally and globally.


We aim to provide a platform for young and future health professionals to lay the foundations of their creativity and innovation, and solid grounds over which Kasr Al Ainy medical students are capacitated and motivated to lead initiatives that positively impact the communities we serve. The SSS is a place where you can expand your knowledge and powers through the trainings we offer, as well as projects and exchange opportunities, embracing cultural diversity, to shape a sustainable and healthy future.

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