RUSU Clubs

Academic & Industry Clubs

Academic & Industry Clubs

 

Browse our full list of RUSU's Academic & Industry Clubs below, and visit your chosen clubs' page today to find out more! Academic and Industry Clubs cover four broad categories: Technology and Engineering, Sciences (including Health Sciences), Business, and Humanities and Fine Arts. Click on the category images below to jump to your preferred subject.



Technology and Engineering Clubs


Science Clubs
(Including Health Sciences)


Business Clubs


Humanities and Fine Arts Clubs


Technology and Engineering Clubs

 

Browse our full list of RUSU's Technology and Engineering Clubs below, and visit your chosen clubs' page today to find out more!


Aerospace Engineering Student Association (AESA)

AESA is a student run body providing social and professional development requirements of aerospace and aviation students of RMIT.

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Civil Engineering Student Association (CESA)

CESA is a non-profit student organisation designed to represent the needs of all Civil Engineering students at RMIT.

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Biomedical Engineering RMIT Student Society (BERSS)

BERSS is an academic club that provides Industry and Social support to all Biomedical Engineers at RMIT University.

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RMIT Electric Racing

RMIT Electric Racing is a student-run team with the goal of designing and building a Formula-style race car every year to compete in the annual Australasian FSAE competition.

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RMIT Engineering Management Club (EMC)

EMC is a new academic club for students enrolled in the RMIT Master of Engineering Management. EMC aim to support career development, provide networking events and foster industry insights and connections.

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Engineers Without Borders

We are a chapter of Engineers Without Borders and work in collaboration with other chapters and the national office. Our activities include: working on projects with RMIT and broader community partners, running events, working with EWB initiatives and much more. Annual membership is Free!

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Mechatronics Student Association (MSA)

MSA strives to develop a tight-knit community of mechatronics engineers with industry connections and strong technical knowledge as well as to provide an innovative workspace to launch and support student projects.

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Environmental Engineering Student Association (EESA)

EESA RMIT is a student society run by Environmental Engineering students, we organise social and industry events where everyone is welcome.

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Females in RMIT Engineering (FIRE)

Females in RMIT Engineering (FIRE) is a student organisation for female engineering and aviation students.

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Geospatial Science Student Association (GSSA)

RMIT GSSA is a group of Geospatial Science and Surveying students currently enrolled in geospatial science or surveying programs at RMIT (and friends).

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RMIT Photonics Society (RPA)

The RMIT Photonics Society (formerly the University OSA Student Chapter) is affiliated to the Optical Society of America (OSA). The majority of our members are PHD students.

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RMIT Association of Chemical Engineering Students (ACES)

RMIT Association of Chemical Engineering Students (ACES) is a student body created by RMIT Chemical Engineering Students for students undertaking or interested in Chemical Engineering.

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Computer Science and Information Technology (CSIT)

The RMIT Computer Science and Information Technology (CSIT) Society is a RUSU affiliated community for all students at RMIT interested in the fields of Information Technology and Computer Science.

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RMIT Information Security Collective (RISC)

RMIT Information Security Collective (RISC) was established to provide a bridge between academia and industry in the area of information security and to provide opportunities for RISC members to share and extend their knowledge and interest.

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Mechanical and Automotive Engineering Association (MAEA)

MAEA is the academic club for students studying mechanical or automotive engineering at RMIT.

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RMIT Racing

RMIT Racing builds and races petrol powered formula one cars and organises welcome, social and industry events.

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RMIT Engineers Australia Student Chapter (REASS)

RMIT Engineers Australia Student Chapter (REASS) is a new academic club for all students studying an engineering award program at RMIT. REASS aims to support Engineer Australia’s aim of advancing the science and practice of engineering for the benefit of the community.

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Society For Women In Information Technology (SWITCH)

RMIT SWITCH offers a supportive and encouraging community of women sharing their passion in all things tech.

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Students Association For Sustainable Systems Engineering (SASSE)

SASSE is an academic Club for RMIT Sustainable Systems Engineering students and their supporters.

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The RMIT Programming Club

The RMIT Programming Club aims to give RMIT students in the city a place to learn and enjoy programming together. The club continues in the tradition of programming clubs world over. With a strong focus on learning and collaboration.

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Science Clubs (including Health Sciences)

 

Browse our full list of RUSU's Science Clubs below, and visit your chosen clubs' page today to find out more!


Space Science Students Association (SSSA)

The SSSA is an academic club for students studying the RMIT Bachelor of Space Science
Our aim is to create a sense of identity amongst Space Science Students.

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Chinese Medicine Student Association (RMIT CMSA)

The Chinese Medicine Student Association promotes community awareness of traditional Chinese medicine.

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Chiropractic Student Association (RMIT CSA)

RMIT CSA is a social club for chiropractic students, which aims to bring the student body together by hosting social events and information nights.

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RMIT Information Security Collective (RISC)

RMIT Information Security Collective (RISC) was established to provide a bridge between academia and industry in the area of information security and to provide opportunities for RISC members to share and extend their knowledge and interest.

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RMIT Food Science Club

RMIT Food Science Club is a new academic club which aims to connect RMIT's Food Science and Nutrition students with the FMCG industry.

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Geospatial Science Student Association (GSSA)

RMIT GSSA is a group of Geospatial Science and Surveying students currently enrolled in geospatial science or surveying programs at RMIT (and friends).

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RMIT Exercise and Sports Science Club (RMIT ESS)

RMIT ESS connects students who are studying exercise and sports science at RMIT, through fun events, industry information and study help.

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Medical Radiation Student Association

The RMIT Medical Radiation Student Association is the student body of RMIT's Bachelor of Applied Science (Medical Radiation) Program.

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Physics Student Association

The Physics Student Association aims to improve learning/research culture, promote gender equality in physics and host industry nights professional development and other activities.

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RMIT Association of Pharmacy Students (RAPS)

The RMIT Association of Pharmacy Students (RAPS), serves to create a social network for students and friends of those who currently study or have studied the Bachelor of Pharmacy at RMIT.

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RMIT Applied Chemistry and Environmental Science Students (ACESS)

RMIT ACESS' focus is on students in applied science, particularly environmental science and chemistry student - we welcome all students interested in the applied sciences.

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Business Clubs

 

Browse our full list of RUSU's Business Clubs below, and visit your chosen clubs' page today to find out more!


Accounting Students Association (ASA)

RMIT ASA is a free-to-join, student run society aimed at providing direction, support and communication opportunities to all business students looking to achieve that cutting edge in securing potential job prospects.

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AIESEC in RMIT

AIESEC is a global platform for young people interested in world issues, leadership and management to explore and develop their leadership potential. AIESEC is non-political, independent, not-for-profit, and run by students and recent graduates of institutions of higher education.

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Business Students Association RMIT (BSA RMIT)

BSA RMIT acts as an umbrella student organisation for RMIT academic clubs in the College of Business. BSA aims to support student organisations within the College, through social and professional development events and activities.

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Economics, Finance and Marketing Student Association (RMIT EFMSA)

RMIT EFMSA connects RMIT Business College economics, finance and marketing students with each other, and builds networks between students and industry professionals to benefit their time at RMIT while having fun doing it.

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RMIT Law Students Society

The RMIT Law Students' Society is a student group established to support students enrolled in RMIT Law and Legal Studies Programs.

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RMIT Management and International Business Student Association (MIBSA)

MIBSA strives to provide broader opportunities with industry and professional development opportunities to MIBSA members, foster a community of like-minded students and support our members though their university journey.

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RMIT Blockchain Club

We are striving to make an inclusive, open learning environment where we can come together to discuss, learn, make friends, network, and most importantly have fun!
Important - our club does not engage in bitcoin/cryptocurrency trading.

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Humanities & Fine Arts Clubs

 

Browse our full list of RUSU's Humanities & Fine Arts Clubs below, and visit your chosen clubs' page today to find out more!


RMIT Architecture Student Collective (RASCol)

RASCol is a new academic club for RMIT students studying the Bachelor of Architecture, the Master of Architecture and the Mater of Urban Design. All other RMIT students are welcome to join RASCol as Social Members.

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Fashion Avenue

Fashion Avenue (formerly the RMIT Association of Fashion Students) aims to build a community for undergraduates, postgraduates, research and vocational students enrolled (or with an interest) in Fashion and Textiles.

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RMIT Ceramics Student Association

The RMIT Ceramics Student Association is an academic club for students specialising in the ceramics stream of the RMIT Fine Arts Program.

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RMIT Urban Planning Society (RUPS)

RMIT Urban Planning Society (RUPS) is an undergraduate focused academic club at RMIT for Urban Planning students.

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RMIT Property Society

The RMIT Property Society is an academic club for RMIT students studying property and valuation. It aims to increase networking opportunities, educate members about the property industry and create awareness of the current property market trends and practical principles.

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RMIT Gold & Silversmithing Students Association

RMIT Gold & Silversmithing Students Association is an academic club for RMIT Undergraduate Fine Arts Students majoring in gold and silversmithing "object based practice" (and their friends).

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RMIT OpenBite Association

RMIT OpenBite Association is a club for RMIT Print Image Practice (BA Fine Art) students which aims to promote the efforts of its members' practice, to provide links to profession and industry and to offer social opportunities for members and friends.

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RMIT International Studies Association (ISA)

The RMIT International Studies Association (ISA) is a student run association that aims to foster and share the values of the Bachelor of Arts (International Studies), BAIS, community.

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RMIT Project Management Chapter

RMIT Project Management Chapter aims to build relationships between current RMIT project management students and Alumni, to leverage industry connections to expand members’ professional skill sets, and to organise industry networking events to facilitate practical opportunities.

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RMIT Sculpture Club

RMIT Sculpture Club is an academic club for RMIT Fine Arts students specialising in sculpture, and focuses on social events, workshops, and the graduate exhibition for RMIT students specialising in sculpture within Fine Arts at RMIT.

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Social Work Alliance Project (SWAP)

Social Work Alliance Project (SWAP) is a student group that aims to nurture a sense of community and belonging among the social work student community at RMIT. Alumni and Faculty are welcome to join as Associate Members.

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RMIT Student Association of Industrial Design (RMIT SAID)

RMIT Student Association of Industrial Design (RMIT SAID) is a club for RMIT Industrial Design, Double Degree, and Masters students, as well as others who have an interest in the field.

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Student Interior Design Association s.IDA

s.IDA aims to provide a platform for RMIT Interior Design Students (Degree Program) to engage with the RMIT design community while fostering relationships with the broader Australian and international design community.

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Student Landscape Architecture Body (RMIT SLAB)

RMIT SLAB (Student Landscape Architecture Body) is a student run and organised body within the landscape architecture course based at RMIT University.

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Planning & Environment RMIT Student Society (PERMITSS)

Planning & Environment RMIT Student Society (PERMITSS) is an academic club for Master of Urban Planning and Environment students at RMIT.

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RMIT Green Building Student Association

RMIT GBSA is an academic club for Master of Energy Efficient & Sustainable Building students. The aims of the club are to provide opportunities for to socialise and support each other outside of class, to network, and make industry connections, and to spread awareness of the importance of sustainability in the built environment.

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Start Your Own Club

Can't find a club that interests you? Why not start your own! It's a great way to meet like-minded people and have some fun.

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