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    Student Clubs

    Joining a club is a great way to make new friends outside of the classroom. Through joining a club, you will meet like-minded people who are into the same things that you are. You will also learn new skills to add to your CV by doing the things that you love.

Have an idea for a club?

If you have an idea for a club that doesn’t exist at Swinburne Student Life, get in touch to find out how to start your own. Send an email to clubs@swinburne.edu.au.

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    Swinburne Student Union

    Student union groups are a great way to get involved with the issues you care about and include groups such as the:

    • Queer Collective
    • Women's Collective
    • Indigenous Collective
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    STEM student groups

    Faculty groups are an ideal way for students in the Faculty of Science Engineering and Technology to network, make friends and build job-ready skills. There are several faculty groups available, including:

    • Engineers without Borders Swinburne group
    • Women in STEM
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    Student Representative Council

    The Swinburne Student Representative Council (SRC) is a student group, elected to sit on Council, boards and committees at Swinburne. Representatives function as a bridge between students and staff to share information and ideas to improve the university experience.

Swinburne Student Life

There's more to uni than assignments. Head over to Swinburne Student Life and search the range of events, clubs, volunteering opportunities and other services to help you find your people.

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