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We have a diverse range of clubs, societies and communities that you can join. From the political to the sporting, there is something for everyone. Clubs and societies are also a great way to meet people outside your area of research.
Graduate student groups
The Graduate Student Association (GSA) facilitates more than 100 graduate student groups. Joining a graduate student group is a great way to connect with fellow graduates. If you don’t see a group relating to your interests or discipline, you can always start one yourself.
Student Union run clubs and societies
Our University of Melbourne Student Union oversees hundreds of clubs and societies including Student Theatre.
Faculty clubs and societies
Some faculties have their own societies that are course related:
- For the creative arts, see the arts activities and music and dance clubs
- Business and Economics
- Environments and Design
- Medicine, Dentistry and Health Sciences
- Melbourne Law School
- Faculty of Veterinary and Agricultural Sciences
- for queer and questioning
- for students with special needs
- for those connected to Indigenous communities
- for mature age students
Language exchange clubs
Melbourne University Sport
Whatever your taste in exercise, we have something for you. We have 40 sporting clubs and discounted gym and pool rates for students.
Participating in sport is a great way to meet new people. See Melbourne University Sport for more information.
First published on 17 February 2022.
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Connecting with your research community
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