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Faculty Based Clubs

Join a faculty based club today!
There are a variety of faculty based clubs and societies on campus.

To join, simply click “JOIN US NOW” and send the club your:
– Name
– Student ID
– Email
– Phone number

If you can’t find a club you’re looking for, start your own.


ASE – AUT Student Engineers

AUT Student Engineers is run by students and provides a direct point of contact between students and the Engineering Department as well as academic support to students through tutorials, and access to engineering textbooks. Socially, the club organises fun engineering based events that allow students to participate and apply their engineering knowledge. The Club also maintains a number of smaller clubs (Robotics etc) that are engineering based. Like ASE on Facebook for the latest news.

Club Room: WD403

Contact:     Umang
Email:         aseaut@gmail.com

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AUT Psych Network

Contact:     Natina
Email:         natina.roberts@aut.ac.nz


AUT Law Student Society (AUTLSS)

The AUT Law Student Society was established in 2009 to meet the needs of AUT Law students. Functioning as an interface between students and both Faculty and the legal profession, the student body is also a means to assist students to meet the day to day demands of studying the law. Addressing issues as they arise, acquiring or selling books, finding study partners and groups, car pooling and importantly…socialising!

The AUT Law Student Society includes free membership to the Auckland District Law Society and the Arbitrators and Mediators Institute of New Zealand (AMINZ), providing newsletters, professional skills development courses, industry interaction including after hours social opportunities, discounts at the ADLS bookshop, and at SEBA bar on Fort street!

Contact:     Samantha
Email:         info@autlawss.org.nz

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AIESEC

Present in over 125 countries and territories and with over 100,000 members, AIESEC is the world’s largest youth-led organization.

Focused on providing a platform for youth leadership development, AIESEC offers young people the opportunity to be global citizens, to change the world, and to get experience and skills that matter today.

Learn more about AIESEC at: aiesec.org/about-aiesec/

Contact:     Jessica
Email:        auckland@aiesec.org.nz


Nursing Student Association (ANSA)

ANSA aims to provide a platform for nursing students to enhance their experiences whilst at university.  ANSA aims to provide a safe and supportive environment for all AUT nursing students during their time studying both at undergraduate and postgraduate level. We have a strong focus on both traditional association roles such as advocacy as well as providing a wonderfully fun social aspect to nursing study on campus. Please mail ANSA with any questions, or look us up on Facebook.  We wish you the best of luck in your nursing study at AUT, and we’re looking forward to seeing you at our next meeting!

Contact:     Erin
Email:         ansa.nursing@gmail.com

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AUT Investment Club

The AUTIC is a student run initiative providing AUT students an opportunity to connect with like-minded individuals and expand their finance knowledge.

The AUTIC was established in 2011 as a forum for business students to unite in expanding their investment knowledge. The club’s emphasis is on gaining experience through the practical application of classroom knowledge and making industry connections, which provides a solid foundation for members who are interested in pursuing a career in business and finance.

The AUTIC meets fortnightly with each meeting featuring a guest speaker.

Contact:     Steven
Email:         stevemutch@hotmail.com

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AUT Mooting Society

The AUT Mooting Society organises mooting workshops and competitions to provide law students with opportunities to take part in a moot.

Contact:    Dion Morley
Email:        dion.morley@me.com

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AUT City Toastmasters

Are you afraid of speaking in public or presenting during meetings? Would you like everyone to listen when you speak? Are you ready to impress your boss with new skills? Are you ready for a new and improved you?

Contact:    Toastmasters
Email:        aut@toastmasters.org.nz


AUT Art and Design

AUT Art & Design Club is a faculty club open to all of AUT.

Our goal is to help students get connected to, and deepen their understanding and appreciation of art and design here at AUT and in the wider community.

We hold events – social happenings, exhibition and gallery visits, film viewings and whatever else is wanted by our members.

Contact:    Nicholas
Email:        nvanoldenborgh@gmail.com

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AUT Debating Society

Contact:    Tessa
Email:        autdebatingsociety@gmail.com


MAPLA@AUT

Contact:    Langdon
Email:        maclub@aut.ac.nz


AUTSPA

Contact:    Aman
Email:        aman-singh12@hotmail.com


AUT Food Science Students Society

Contact:    Martia
Email:        martiajuliennealico@yhoo.com


Human Rights & Social Justice

Contact:    Mahafrin
Email:        mahafrin@legalassociates.co.nz


AUT ISACA Student Group

ISACA (Information System Audit Control and Association) Student Groups (ISGs) encourage education beyond the classroom by allowing students to network and learn from each other, and connect with a supportive group of professionals. While ISGs do NOT require ISACA Student Membership, an ISG gives students the opportunity to get to know ISACA by interacting with professionals at events sponsored by the university and the local chapter. By participating in an ISG, students gain knowledge and experience that moves them ahead of the competition when they graduate.

Contact:    Zoe
Email:        lizongyan222@gmail.com

Website: http://aut-isg.com/


Woman’s Business Association

Contact:    Claudia
Email:        claudiasnchz32@gmail.com


Tohi Maori Toastmasters Club

Toastmasters aims to help you grow in public speaking skills and confidence. These are great things to have when giving presentations, doing job interviews and speaking on the marae.

In addition, Tōhī Toastmasters is a bilingual Māori / English club. You can practise using Te Reo Māori in a safe environment. If your first language is Te Reo Māori and you’d like to practise speaking in English, we’re here for you, too.

Our unofficial motto is “Nau mai te hapa” — “we welcome mistakes”. You don’t need to be perfect; it’s only by trying and making mistakes that we learn and grow.

Contact:    Trent
Email:        tdallas@aut.ac.nz


AUT STEM Women

AUT STEM Women is run by students and aims to encourage and support all the women studying in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) courses by helping them develop the soft skills they need to do effective networking and succeed in their field of study. We focus on bringing together driven women from different backgrounds and positions to not only form a tight community within the university but get connected with the women from the industry.

Contact:    Amirt
Email:        amrit.kaur2@hotmail.com

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