Asian Medical Students Association (AMSA) is an organization of international medical students of countries from Asia and Oceania. Until now, AMSA has 12 member countries and 2 special member countries. They are Australia, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Japan, South Korea, Malaysia, Papua New Guinea, Taiwan, Philippines, Thailand, Cambodia, Bangladesh, England, and Pakistan. There are also other countries acting as observer countries, which are Nepal, China, India, Myanmar, and New Zealand. In its activities, AMSA cooperates with World Health Organization (WHO), Association of South-East Asia Nations (ASEAN), International Federation of Medical Students Association (IFMSA), European Medical Students Association (EMSA), and other national and international organizations.

Asian Medical Students Association Universitas Indonesia (AMSA-UI) was founded in 1986. AMSA-UI had the honor of being the host of Asian Medical Students Conference (AMSC) for three times, which are the 11th AMSC in 1990, 17th AMSC in 1996, and 24th AMSC in 2003. Every year, AMSA-UI sends its delegations for international events. AMSA-UI also actively participates in international paper and poster competition, even becoming the winner in some of them. AMSA-UI members also take part in the AMSA Indonesia Executive Board and AMSA International Executive Committee.