ActivateUTS Social Clubs

Do you have a passion for photography? A knack for debating? Or perhaps you’d like to explore the wonderful world of yoga… We have over 100 clubs on campus that celebrate all walks of life! So what are you waiting for? Join any number of our clubs today, and meet new people with similar interests.


    AIESEC UTS is an entirely youth-led not-for-profit organisation present in over 125 countries and territories, and active since 1948. We provide young people with the opportunity to grow and learn in an exciting new environment, undertaking enriching cross-cultural experiences while having a positive impact on world and developing relevant skills for their future careers.
  • ALP

    The ALP Club is made up of supporters of the Labor movement and the Party. The club's aims are to promote the principles of the Australian Labor Party and Social Democracy. We engage in student election campaigns, hold social drinks, pub crawls, guest speaker events and policy debates.

  • Australian Republic Club

    The UTS Australian Republic Club aims to promote, encourage and discuss constitutional amendments to the Australian constitution, and encourages the adoption of an Australian republic. The club is a bi-partisan club that holds the simple belief that Australia should have an Australian as its head of state. The UTS Australian Republic Club aims to continue discussion and debate about republicanism and provide a network for students with similar views.
  • Biohacking

    The UTS Biohacking Society is the chance to do the science you want to do. We are partnered with Biofoundry (a non-for-profit community lab space at the Australian Technology Park in Redfern) where we can have access to their lab space and equipment, as well as science nerds who know what they are doing and are happy to teach. 


  • Business Society

    We are dedicated to challenging our members to build the ‘soft skills’ including communication and problem solving that contemporary employers value so highly. Whilst academic study is very important, it is often these intangible experiences and characteristics that separate ‘good’ from ‘great’ candidates. The Society looks to assist in developing well-rounded future business leaders who are theoretically and practically prepared to achieve their career goals and aspirations. With the mandate to 'enrich the social life and career aspirations of UTS Business Students', we know to provide the social events that students want. With the support of UTS Business School and Corporate Sponsors like the CA ANZ, CPA Australia, KPMG and Deloitte we can give students the networking opportunities they need.


  • BusinessOne UTS

    BusinessOne UTS is a student driven organisation, focussing on providing pro bono student consultancy services to small enterprise clients within the University of Technology Sydney. BusinessOne seeks to nurture the next generation of business leaders by placing our consultants in challenging business environments designed to foster business acumen, professional problem solving and leadership development.


  • Cambodian Society

    After what has felt like forever without society representation, a Cambodian Students Society is finally here. As the only university based Cambodian Students Society in Sydney, our goal is to assist students of Cambodian background and those with an interest in Khmer culture to meet other like-minded people and create new friendships. Join us for events including social outings, cross-society gatherings and most importantly free food.


  • Credo

    Credo is a group of UTS Students who are passionate about Jesus Christ. Whatever your course, culture, church or beliefs, we'd love to welcome you so that by reading the Bible together we can get to know Jesus better. To find our more about what we do or how you can get involved head to.


  • Cyber Security

    Cyber Security Society or CSEC for short strives to promote cyber security at UTS by helping students become aware of the importance of cyber security -- especially as the world becomes increasingly reliant on technology and data.
    As a society, we actively strive create a social platform where students are given ample opportunities and resources to learn about cyber security regardless of skill and knowledge, we encourage the students to develop their skills and gain valuable knowledge while in the society.

  • EcoSoc

    EcoSoc UTS brings together like-minded environmentally conscious and responsible people for social and educational events. These include documentary nights, seminars, guest speakers, parties, and casual catch-ups. We welcome all members whether your knowledge about the environment is great or small, or you just want to meet some new people.


  • EGG: The Gamers Guild

    We are EGG: The Gamers Guild, formerly known as 'the Electronic Gamers' Guild (E.G.G.)' - a collection of people who are passionate about all types of games and gaming. We run weekly LANs, board game nights, role play days, and general chill outs. We also host Geek Trivia, gaming tournaments, massive long weekend LANs, and movie nights. If you like games, gaming, or just anything geeky, drop by and hang out.


  • Events Society

    The UTS Events Society is for event students who want to develop their practical skills in organizing events or anyone who wants to organize parties, charity and miscellaneous events. Providing great opportunities for students to work together and develop employment skills, knowledge and contacts identified as essential to career goals.


  • Forensic Science Club

    The UTS Forensic Science Club is a social club designed for those students with an interest in the science side of crimes. Our club is an organisation where students with shared interests can socialise, while also developing professional connections within the University and the Forensic Science Community. If you're interested in joining, drop us a line.



  • Gender Equality Now Society (G.E.N.Soc)

    The Gender Equality Now (G.E.N.) society is a social and educational club, looking to raise awareness and provide a safe and comfortable space for progressive feminists to make friends and support each other. We hold regular events such as feminist film screenings, art exhibitions, debates and poetry readings for our members to meet new people and socialise in a safe environment.


  • Hellenic Society

    Established in 1980 as Tri Gamma, UTS Hellenic Society is now one of the younger University clubs. We pride ourselves on bringing fresh, exciting and innovative elements into what is already a jumping Greek social scene. Be a part of something bigger than just an ordinary UTS society - UTS Hellenic collaborates with other Greek societies not only in NSW but on a national scale to bring you events that are truly memorable!


  • Hip Hop Society

    "Building foundations since 2010"
    UTS Hiphop Society is a social dance society that enables the UTS student community to learn about the culture of hiphop and its dance style. The aim was to not only educate members about hiphop but also provide a space that exhibits creativity in dance.
    UTS Hiphop Society holds weekly dance classes during the semester and is heavily involved in events and performances with the greater Sydney street dance scene and collaborations with other dance societies in New South Wales.


  • I Heart Uni

    Welcome to I Heart Uni. We're the official UTS branch of the larger I ♥ Uni network, connecting students through a variety of social events including dance parties, sporting events, fashion parades, and dance competitions. The society seeks to create social networks for the benefit of students and to host events to foster involvement within the University community. We also seek to celebrate diversity and opportunity at UTS. All members receive exclusive member discounts and are invited to a wide range of social events




  • Iranian Society

    UTS Iranians society, UIS, was created to get Iranians together at UTS irrespective of their political and religious points of view. Main objectives of UIS are; to promote, develop and extend student fellowship within the University. Also, UIS aims to promote Persian art and culture and to introduce and share traditions, celebrations and customs. The last but not the least objects are; promote recreational, social and academic activities and creating a support structure to assist newly arrived students.


  • Jass (Japanese and Australian Student Society)

    JASS aims to provide cross cultural relationships between Japanese exchange students and local Australian students. JASS is a member of the University of Technology, Sydney (UTS) Union. Formed in April 2004 and conceptualise by a handful of local Australian students who had undergone exchange programs around Japan, JASS' understanding of exchange students' needs and feelings are vital for the club's existence. We promote friendship bonding between people with a common interest. Whether it's culture, language, music, anime or fashion we promise to be a club that meets all these needs with activities and many events.


  • Labor Left Society

    UTS Labor Left club provides a space in which people can be critical of the Labor party, and encourage it to become more left-leaning. We organise regular events where we discuss left leaning politics and provide platforms for activism around the party and encourage students to be engaged with the wider Labor movement. If unionism, feminism, socialism and democracy sound like something you are interested in, check us out:


  • Liberal Club

    The Liberal Club is the only club on campus for students who support the Liberal Party. The Liberal Club holds events throughout the year to cater for all its members, including social events, policy discussions and debates. The Liberal Club also works closely with other university Liberal Clubs to deliver the best services for its members and allow members to develop diverse networks. This year's events are also sure to be bigger and better given the upcoming election! If you are interested in joining the Liberal Club, please contact us.

  • Longboarding Society

    The UTS Longboarding Society is a group of people who love to skate, no matter your discipline, whether it be freeride, downhill or if you just want to cruise around. We'll take you in and teach you stuff you'll want to know. We hold events as frequently as we can, from our Tri-Skater Cup to Movie nights where we just chill out. The Longboarding Society is the nicest bunch of people you'll meet.

  • Mahjong@UTS

    "Mahjong is a game that originated in China, commonly played by four players (with some three-player variations found in Korea and Japan). While the single player tile matching game mahjong solitaire is familiar in the West, in Asia it is the four-player table version which holds predominance and has little in common with the solitaire version other than using the same tiles. Similar to the Western card game rummy, mahjong is a game of skill, strategy and calculation and involves a certain degree of chance.
    The game is played with a set of 136 tiles based on Chinese characters and symbols, although some regional variations use a different number of tiles. In most variations, each player begins by receiving thirteen tiles. In turn players draw and discard tiles until they complete a legal hand using the fourteenth drawn tile to form four groups (melds) and a pair (head). There are fairly standard rules about how a piece is drawn, stolen from another player and thus melded, the use of simples (numbered tiles) and honours (winds and dragons), the kinds of melds, and the order of dealing and play. However there are many regional variations in the rules; in addition, the scoring system and the minimum hand necessary to win varies significantly based on the local rules being used. "
  • MASSA (UTS Malaysian & Singaporean Student Association)

    The Malaysian and Singaporean Student's Association (MASSA) us a non-politically aligned, discretionary, free and unbiased club tailored mainly for all Malaysian and Singaporean Students studying at UTS but is also open to anybody from all walks of life. Our aim is to provide our members with as much benefits as possible including job opportunities with recruiting companies from Malaysia and Singapore while organising activities to increase networks and making the Malaysian and Singaporean Students stay in Sydney more enjoyable and carefree whilst pursuing their tertiary studies. We also aim to promote Malaysian and Singaporean culture in Australia while harmoniously fostering ties between citizens of the different countries.

  • Motorsports Society

    The Motorsports Society is a newly formed social club for motorsport enthusiasts at UTS. The society was created with all types of fans in mind - whether you work on race cars on the weekends, or just like to watch Formula One on TV, you'll be right at home. Planned events include: - Formula One viewing nights - Karting days - Technical Seminars With many more events in the pipeline. The UTS Motorsports Society also enjoys a close relationship with Motorsports, the Formula SAE team of UTS. This enables us to capitalise on an already strong motorsport presence at UTS, giving us a unique opportunity that you won't find anywhere!
  • MuscUTS

    For those who love to perform, MuscUTS currently comprises of the following groups: Choir, Chamber Orchestra, Jazz Band, Glee Club, and our new Jam Club. Each group holds weekly rehearsals and we try to cater to all musical backgrounds and interests. What MuscUTS represents to many tertiary students is a platform for musical development. You’ll meet new and interesting people, make some music, prepare for a few concerts and have some fun.



  • Myanmar Society

    Myanmar Society is for Burmese students at UTS as well as anyone interested in our culture. Our aim is to help the Burmese students from UTS and UTS:Insearch through the promotion of our tradition and culture on campus. As well as raising awareness and creating good memories through our regular events.



  • Nepalese Society

    We are a non-profit and non-political Nepalese Society at the University of Technology Sydney. Our aim is to preserve and help promote the diverse culture of the amazing country Nepal within the UTS community through various social events. We also aim to encourage, promote, develop and extend student fellowship among Nepalese students and staff and others within the University.


  • Net Impact

    Net Impact UTS is an Australian chapter of the global community of Net Impact that aims to influence education across various university faculties by using business as a force for environmental and social impact. It provides opportunities for students to network with other like-minded individuals from UTS as well as industry, and engage the local community through events, projects, workshops, 'impact' jobs, and more!


  • Nursing

    This group is a way for nursing and midwifery students to connect with each other and enhance their social and educational experience at university. The views and comments expressed on this page are independent of UTS and we are in no way a direct affiliated witht the Faculty of Health and its teaching staff. For information regarding course content always seek the device of your subject coordinators. Any member that is found to be providing deliberately misleading information will be removed from the page immediately.

  • Om Shanti

    Om Shanti is the UTS Society that aims to add a touch of fun and festivities to the university scene, with a myriad of exciting cultural events, provide a range of opportunities for members to meet new people and build up a lasting social network, and to make a positive contribution to society as a group of motivated youths, through charity based fundraising events etc.


  • Out2Party

    Out2Party mission is to allow students from all different sexual orientations and ethno cultural background to socialize, make friends and party in a safe environment. Out2party aims to educate, inform and collaborate both the members of Out2party and other queer groups from other universities on various queer histories, sexuality and provide a support network.


  • Pakistan Society

    Pakistan Society is the student led entity with an emphasis on propagating the rich cultural heritage of Pakistan through cuisine, commerce, fine art, values, and awareness. Our mission is to fill the void by exposing individuals from different backgrounds and nationalities to true Pakistan and its traditions.



  • Pasifika Society

    The Pasifika Society aims to provide an inclusive and culturally relevant environment to promote, advance and celebrate the diverse cultures of our people through academia, social activity, networking and mentoring to enhance and support success and participation and greater university experiences of current, future and past Pasifika people.



  • Poker Society

    UTS Poker Society connects students with an interest in Poker (of any skill level) together on the poker table and off the poker table. It encourages and develops a player's analytical and strategic skills with respect to poker strategies within the University. It is not just a card game, but a game of mathematics and psychology. 
    The club hosts 2 weekly games (NL Hold'em), social events, charity/free roll tournaments and Poker Master Class.


  • Postgrad Leisure Sports Association (UTS PoLSA)

    The UTS Postgrad Leisure Sports Association (UTS PoLSA) was established to build social and professional bonds among UTS Higher Degree Research (HDR) students through sporting, leisure, and cultural activities. Come and join us for our weekly badminton and volleyball sessions (at the RMSH) - get fit, make friends - and build professional relationships at the same time. It's a great way to have fun and feel part of the UTS research community.


  • PPIA UTS (Indonesian Student Association)

    PPIA UTS (Perhimpunan Pelajar Indonesia Australia - Indonesian Students Association of UTS) is a non-profit organisation customized mainly for all Indonesian students studying at UTS but is open to all students. Our aim is to provide our members with culture diversity collaboration, by developing Indonesian cultures and learning about Australian cultures as well. Together with this, we also provide job opportunities with recruiting companies from Indonesia while organizing activities to increase networks and making the Indonesian students' staying in Sydney to be more comfortable and carefree whilst pursuing their tertiary studies. 


  • Professional Aeronautics and Astronautics Society

    Professional Aeronautics and Astronautics Society is a pre-professional society to promote provide practical skills & training, and encourage involvement in projects and activities in the fields of space and aerospace entrepreneurship, avionics, aeronautics, and astronautics. PAAS fosters an ecosystem specific to aerospace and its related fields within UTS, surrounding universities and industries.



  • Programmers' Society (ProgSoc)

    ProgSoc is here to promote programming and generate interest in Information Technology within UTS. We have our own headquarters where we regularly get together over pizza and drinks. Our headquarters also house our own computers and servers, library, desks, and a well stocked fridge! We host a variety of talks and activities from industry. ProgSoc also organises the annual UTS Programming Competition, with lunch and prizes included! The winners of this competition represent UTS and battle it out against other universities from all over the world. Headquarters: CB10.3.380A (back-left corner of building 10).


  • Republic Club

    The Australian Republic Club aims to promote, encourage and discuss constitutional amendments to the Australian Constitution, and encourages the adoption of an Australian Republic. The club is a bi-partisan club that holds the sumple belief that Australian should have an Australian as its head of state. The Australian Republic Club aims to continue discussion and debate about republicanism and provide a network for students with similar view.


  • Revue Society

    The UTS Revue Society is a student-run performing arts collective dedicated to writing, staging and performing a one-off, original variety performance each year. In addition, we host various performing arts events including Faculty-specific showcases and open mic nights. Students from any faculty are welcome to participate in any aspect of putting on the Revue each year - areas of interest include sketch writing, directing, costuming, choreographic, acting, singing dancing, video production, band, stage managing and more. 


  • Running Man

    Running Man is South Korean urban game show that redefines everything that a game show is. The UTS Running Man Society are here to bring you the Running Man experience! It’s a race against time to solve a series of physical challenges and puzzles, conquering missions to avoid punishments and to win prizes!


  • Rural and Indigenous Health Society (RIHS)

    Our society aims to raise awareness of problems faced by rural and indigenous communities by creating a forum of discussion about these issues and encouraging networking of students across varying disciplines. We provide opportunities for skilled & unskilled members to contribute to this cause through fundraising, volunteer work and field trips. As well as keep them up to date on the latest research, news and other information.

  • Saudi Students Union

    The Saudi Students Union actively supports learning, creative and intellectual endeavour and the dimension of knowledge, idea and information. Moreover, to encourage, foster, promote, develop, extend and govern, build, communicate, help, improve and advise within the University.  Saudi Students Union support to introduce and communicate the Saudi culture to students from different backgrounds and to subscribe to, become a member of, amalgamate and/or co-operate with any other organisation(s) whose objectives are altogether or in part, similar to those of the club.

  • Science Society

    Hey Scientist, looking for a good time?  is all about getting you out of the lab and into the social scene for inter faculty fun and excitement. Even if you aren't fortunate enough to study science, we’d love to see you at our famous campus events including, the Annual Lab Coat Pub Crawl, movie marathons and poker nights. For the more career minded, we also have industry related seminars to help you become the next Tony Stark.

  • Sport and Exercise Society (SES)

    We are the student run society setup to represent all the students in the sport and exercise degrees as well as all students involved in sport around UTS. We predominantly organise a variety of social events for you to have fun with other students in your course such as the annual Bleed Teal Party- the biggest sporting party on the UTS Calendar! We also help you get involved in all the awesome sporting opportunities available at UTS.


  • Tea Society

    Brew Socie-TEA bridges the gap between traditional and contemporary tea customs, incorporating a mixture of Chinese medicine, traditional Japanese and Western tea rituals. Through our events we cater to people who are educated in this arena but also strive to open the minds of others who will realise that tea is more than just something you can drink!


  • Thai Society

    The UTS Thai Society’s aim is to bring Australians, local Thai students and international Thai students together to explore and share culture, language and experiences. We are dedicated to ensuring that we create regular activities, whether ‘meet and greet’ sessions, hikes, rock climbing, BBQ’s or attending the local temple.
  • TSA

    We seek to create fun and interesting activities for all members, bringing everyone together to share memories with each other. We aim to create Taiwanese culture, by building strong friendships betweeen members, and enrich each individual's university experince! But if you are from diferent background, please don't be shy, TSA welcomes students from diverse culture and ethnicity!


  • Turksoc

    Turkish Society is a non-profit organisation that provides a social platform of networking opportunities to those both of a Turkish background or interested in Turkish culture. For those who are not so familiar, our events will be designed to make you fit right in and be exposed to Turkish culture, language and food. From a professional scope, we aim to deliver our members networking opportunities with Turkish professionals to facilitate steps towards a successful career.


  • UKA (UTS Korean Association)

    Hello there! Welcome to the Korean Association, known as UKA! UKA is a society of to provide support for Korean students within the university in many aspects. Furthermore, we aim to bridge cultural barriers and form better relationships with other Australian students in the university as well as the wider community. To achieve this, we offer Koreab classes and perform volunteer work in hope for positive changes in society. Together, we cab creare an exciting and memorable university life!


  • United Nations Society

    The UTS United Nations Society provides students with the opportunity to step into the role of a delegate representing a country in simulations of real UN committees tackling current affairs and real world issues. Delegates learn and develop skills in debating, negotiation and public speaking, as well as learn the ins and outs of foreign relations and international diplomacy. MUNs (Model United Nations events) are held at the local, national and international level. At all levels there are fantastic social nights at which delegates can relax, meet new people and discuss events and current affairs in a fun and social environment.
  • Vegan Society

    UTS Vegan Society is open to everyone, but would appeal to vegans, people interested in veganism, and people who share similar values and concerns about the environment, animal welfare and public health. Our society holds a variety of events such as awareness campaigns, social and educational events. We also collaborate with vegan organisations and fundraise for local sanctuaries. All in all we unite like-minded people in a social atmosphere as well as provide them with opportunities to pursue further effective activism, if they so wish to, in a safe and supportive environment.

  • Women In Business

    The University of Technology, Sydney Women in Business (UTSWIB) seeks to empower a dynamic community of inspired and entrepreneurial UTS women by fusing them through business exposure and experience. Having a broad outlook on career education, our goal is to equip young women with the qualitative means and valuable insight to succeed in any field ranging from finance to fashion.