As a university student, it's important that you get amongst it. This page gives you a list of clubs you can join to make the most of your university experience. You can also check out AUTSA for more information and how to start a new club.
All students are automatically members of the AUT Student Association. Check the AUTSA website for other student clubs and societies – including diversity, cultural, faculty-based, and religious groups and more. Or email email@example.com for more information.
Academic clubs can be a great way of networking for career opportunities, or simply to connect with students in your field of study.
A platform for youth leadership development, and helps students realise their leadership potential through the Youth Talent programme.
The AUT Investment Club is for business students interested in a finance career and who want to get practical experience and make industry connections.
The AUT Law Students' Society connects students, the Law School and the legal profession.
AUT Pacific Law Students' Association (AUTPLSA) is dedicated to the progression and succession of AUT's Pacific Island law students.
The AUT Mooting Society gives law students first-hand practical insight into mooting.
Te Aro Ture is a student run organisation that gives law students the support to achieve the best academic outcomes, incorporating tikanga values and principles
A club for AUT scholarship students which participates in community engagement work.
The AUT Computer Science Club (AUTCSC) is a student-run social and academic group that allow students interested in code to socialise outside the classroom.
The club runs gaming days, social events and offers academic support for our members.
Supporting and encouraging women in science, technology, engineering and mathematics. Helping them develop the skills they need to do effective networking and succeed in their field of study.
Whether celebrating your own culture, or learning about your fellow students', our cultural and diversity clubs celebrate the vibrant diversity of our AUT community.
Some of the cultural clubs listed above are group pages on Facebook. This means you need to be logged into Facebook before you can see the content.
Toastmasters' mission is to provide a mutually supportive and positive learning environment in which everyone has the opportunity to develop oral communication and leadership skills, which in turn foster self-confidence and personal growth.
A club is for those who want an opportunity to build their knowledge and confidence with Te Reo Māori in a supportive environment. All levels of language from beginner to advanced are welcome. Nau mai te hapa!