TBC, The Great Hall, St Bartholomews

Every year, Barts and The London Students' Association celebrates the contributions of its students and representatives in a formal event held within St Bartholomews Hospital and attended by various prominent staff members.


The Association Cup

The highest award, this can go to a society, club, team or in rare cases an individual. There is no set criteria for this award, but it is highly coveted. The Cup was generously donated by Professor Gerald Libby.

The Association Award

The highest award that an individual can commonly receive, they are awarded to the students who have provided the most exceptional contributions to the Association.

RAG Trophy
Volunteer Group of the Year
Volunteer of the Year
Freshers of the Year

Society of the Year
Most Improved Society
Event of the Year
Society Member of the Year

Club of the Year
Most Improved Club
Team of the Year
Sportsperson of the Year

Clinical Teacher of the Year
Preclinical Teacher of the Year
Most Missed Finalists

The Event (2018-19)


The beautiful Grade II listed Barts Pathology Museum at St Bartholomew’s Hospital, West Smithfield, houses over 5,000 medical specimens. Purpose built in 1879, it spans three mezzanine levels and includes pathological pots relating to all areas of anatomy and physiology, including the skull of John Bellingham – the only person to assassinate a British Prime Minister.



The main square at St Bartholomew's Hospital was designed by James Gibbs in the 1730s. Of the four original blocks only three survive; they include the block containing the Great Hall and two flanking blocks that contained wards. The first wing to be built was the North Wing, in 1732, which includes the Great Hall and the Hogarth murals.  In 1859, a fountain was placed at the square's centre with a small garden.


After the dinner guests will more to a nearby venue to continue the festivities. Guests who are unable to get a ticket for the Dinner can buy after party tickets.