UTS clubs and societies
Clubs and societies are a great way to connect with other students, work on exciting projects, develop industry networks and have fun.
You can meet representatives from student clubs and societies during Orientation, UTS Clubs Day and via the ActivateUTS website. Below is a list of clubs and societies Engineering and IT students are highly active.
Check out all the upcoming events and opportunities available for current students through ActivateUTS.
Women in Engineering and IT
Connect with fellow female students through the Women in Engineering and IT (WiEIT) 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.
UTS Engineering Society (EngSoc)
EngSoc is one of the largest and most established clubs at UTS. What started off as a faculty club has blossomed over 30 years to encompass all students from all faculties and beyond! Make friends, network with alumni and get involved with our social and academic activities.
UTS Tech Society
The UTS IT society, Tech Soc, aims to provide all its members with the opportunity to participate in a variety of social and career-focused events. These include the annual 'How Can I Use My IT Degree Innovatively' forum, as well as several industry-sponsored activities.
Professional Aeronautics and Astronautics Society
The Professional Aeronautics and Astronautics Society (PAAS UTS) is a pre-professional society to promote interest and encourage involvement in projects and activities in the fields of space and aerospace entrepreneurship, avionics, aeronautics, and astronautics. The student-run organisation works in collaboration with the AIAA- the largest technical society devoted to the progress of engineering and science in aviation and space.
Engineers Without Borders
With the UTS chapter of Engineers Without Borders, 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.
Cyber Security (CSEC) are a student society who strive to create a social platform where students are given ample opportunities and resources to learn about cyber security and develop new skills and knowledge together.
UTS Robotics Society
Discover everything robotics, from servos to software, and connect with like-minded students. The UTS Robotics Society can help you gain access to robotics equipment, participate in robot building competitions, and receive support from faculty and industry.
The Programmers’ Society
ProgSoc encourage programming within UTS and work with industry and groups with similar interests.
EGG: The Gamers Guild
EGG: The Gamers Guild is passionate about games and gaming. They pride themselves on having a good time, promoting the excellent medium of games and helping to reshape people's perception of what games and gamers are all about.
Free professional society memberships
Engineering students – check Engineers Australia's site for details of free membership.