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Making friends and pursuing new interests are some of the most rewarding experiences university has to offer. UTS has over 100 clubs and societies on campus, along with bars, cafés and a range of sporting facilities. To ensure you feel confident and supported, we offer help with housing, money, making friends, health, cultural issues and career development.
Check out the full list of programs and events.
UTS: Engineering has a few unique clubs and societies. See below for some options or see the full list at ActivateClubs.
With the UTS Engineers Without Borders chapter, you can build upon your leadership and sustainability skills, and apply the theory you're learning in class to humanitarian engineering projects. Opportunities even include doing an internship overseas.
Showcase your ingenuity and engineering skills by building, racing and marketing an open-wheel formula-style race car. Students from all Engineering disciplines are welcome to join UTS Motorsports.
Connect with fellow female students through the Women in Engineering and IT (WiE&IT) program and receive access to support, networking and site visit opportunities. They're also connected to other programs like the SWIEIT Speakers Program and Lucy Mentoring.
Discover everything robotics, from servos to software, and connect with likeminded students. The UTS Robotics Society can help you gain access to robotics equipment, participate in robot building competitions, and receive support from Faculty staff and industry.
Hang out with your Engineering peers with the UTS Engineering Society (EngSoc), plus receive access to support and peer networking opportunities. EngSoc also runs the Tower Building Competition sponsored by John Holland.