We host a number of clubs and societies that provide study and leisure facilities for students as well as run regular events and competitions for their members. Whatever course you choose to study, there'll be a related society for you to join, where you will find plenty of people who share your interests and can introduce you to new ones.
There are also a range of sporting, social and other clubs so you can pursue your other interests.
Clubs and societies related to our faculty include:
SUEUA is the faculty society for engineering encompassing all of its various streams.
The Mechanical Undergraduates' Society, or MUGS, is the society for students in the school of mechanical engineering and anyone who enjoys the mechanical applications of engineering.
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About: Aims to help Access Members with an interest in project management network with industry professionals and likeminded individuals. PMSoc encompasses all fields of project management including construction, IT, engineering, marketing, commerce and general management. The society also helps keep you up to date with upcoming graduate, intern and networking opportunities in the project management industry.
About: The Sydney Uni Maker club provides a Makerspace and a social hub to inspire students to start their own projects. Club activities include beginner workshops for various technology platforms (Arduino, Raspberry Pi, Android etc), show-and-tell, weekly open makerspace access, long-term team-based challenges, as well as inter-university competition and prize entries.
Aims to raise the profile of Biomedical Engineering on campus. Join them, if you are interested in pursuing or learning about a career in the Biomedical Engineering industry, or would like to meet Biomedical Engineering students.
Organise events that will allow civil engineering students to get to know each other, as well as some of the staff from the school.
SUCES is focused on bringing together Chemical Engineering students and providing them with opportunities to socialise and gain exposure to industry. The society aims to achieve this through the various social events including delicious weekly barbeques, Games Nights, and Cocktail Nights, with increasing participation of the chemical engineering industry. All members receive discounts to all social events, and access to an invaluable network of support within the society and the school of Chemical Engineering.
SparkSoc is the society for Electrical Engineering students within the University of Sydney, but we love when people from other degrees come and join us! We are famous for our Thai food ($2 for members!) and our awesome Monday Chill outs. Besides the opportunities to meet other like-minded people we're also offering networking opportunities to give you an opportunity to explore what your future career may bring!
SUMO aims to provide its members with social events and opportunities to network with industry professionals. We host many events including BBQs, industry talks, and robot competitions. Whether you're an engineering student or not, we'll have something that will interest you.
The Sydney University IT Society is one of the leading and most active student-run IT societies in Australia for students interested in getting more out of University while having a good time. Our members have a passion for technology, games, Computer Science and programming. Please check out our website for more details or email us.
About: A new initiative that celebrates female achievements in the aerospace and aeronautical sectors, empowers young women to pursue this field of study, and aims to create a supportive and welcoming environment for women in aerospace.
SUWIE supports and promotes women in engineering to students at the University of Sydney. The society encourages networking between female engineering students and professional engineers from industry. SUWIE provides both academic and social support to its members
programming. Please check out our website for more details or email us.
Windsoc is the Aeronautical/Space Engineering student society aiming to provide a social outlet for students and forge relationships with staff to allow positive student-staff collaboration.
About: Engineers Without Borders is a not-for-profit organisation creating systematic change through humanitarian engineering and developing solutions to problems facing disadvantaged communities.
The Sydney University chapter helps students from all engineering disciplines develop a broader sense of engineering principles through teaching sustainable technologies in schools, aiding refugees with computer literacy and networking with others who are passionate about humanitarian engineering. Members can also work alongside professional engineers to develop sustainable solutions to real world problems.