Involving yourself with clubs and societies at UNSW Engineering is a great way to socialise and gain rewarding experience and skills in leadership and teamwork.
Student representatives are responsible for voicing the needs, grievances, questions and feedback of their cohort to staff to inspire change. We conduct regular surveys, present the results to the Head of School and assist in resolving concerns before the end of team.
The Computer Science and Engineering (CSE) Revue combines technical skills with creative talent. Produced and directed by society members, this live comedy sketch show held each September at UNSW is an incredible experience to be part of.
Discover how you can join on our website or via email.
As one of the largest and most engaged societies at UNSW, CSESoc is the principal representative body for more than 3500 computing students. Attend one of our many technical or social events to get to know your peers and polish your skills.
Bluesat is a student-led space projects society with a focus on real-world value.
We design and manufacture nanosatellites, build and operate satellite ground stations, create user interfaces for analogue astronaut missions, participate in space entrepreneurship competitions, launch high altitude balloons and more. We also run events to educate as well as to connect students to the space industry.
CREATE gives you the opportunity to gain practical engineering skills that’ll help you design and build innovative solutions for the future. Learn how to collaborate effectively by sharing ideas and projects at our unique student-led maker club. We also make annual entries into the VIVID Sydney Light Festival and Droid Racing Challenge (DRC).
We’re a club for students keen to delve into all aspects of game design and development. Roll up your sleeves and dive into the collaborative process of making games. We welcome programmers, artists, writers, musicians, designers and play-testers.
Discover what the Games Development Society is all about on our website, submit your questions via email and follow us on Facebook.
Our global community is among the largest technical professional organisations in the world. We strive to advance technology for the benefit of humanity and have more than 400,000 members around the world. We host a variety of special interest groups, humanitarian opportunities and virtual community to allow you to grow both personally and professionally.
Redback Racing welcomes UNSW students from all disciplines across the university to design, construct and race open-wheeled race cars. Compete against major Australian and international universities at the annual Formula SAE-Australasia competition. Our goal is to combine theoretical knowledge with business operations to develop real-world competitive results.
We’re united to bring equity in engineering and technology while decreasing the disparity between genders in STEM. If you’re a female engineering student keen to engage young girls to consider a future in STEM, this is the right society for you. Help host free engineering and technology workshops for primary and secondary school students and inspire the next generation of minds.
Stay up to date on RoboGal events and news on our website or connect with us via email.
The Security Society of UNSW brings together students interested in cyber security to learn, develop, and test their hacking, cryptography and general cyber security skills. Meet like-minded peers who’ll help you polish your skills and expand your interests while applying your learnings to real-world scenarios.
Join SUNSWift and refine sustainable transport. We’re a team of students interested in pushing the limits of technology to demonstrate the potential of solar-electric vehicles. We participate annually in the Bridgestone World Solar Challenge to break stereotypes, records and knowledge barriers. Help us usher in a more sustainable future while gaining using experience.