Clubs and societies

We have dozens of clubs and groups that you can join, depending on your interests. Join in social activities and meet new like-minded friends with a lively and diverse social calendar of events each year.

Join a club for recreation, music, sport, social justice or to meet other students studying in your faculty or course.

You can:

  • meet representatives from over 100 student clubs and societies at Orientation Week
  • take a look at the current clubs at the QUT Student Guild website.

Some of our clubs and societies

Get an idea of the kinds of groups you can be a part of when you're studying at QUT.

Recreational groups

QUT Cliffhangers

The QUT Cliffhangers are one of the most active rock-climbing clubs in Queensland. The club coordinates weekly climbs at the Kangaroo Point Cliffs as well as regular climbing trips outside of Brisbane, ranging from small day trips to an end of year climb in the Blue Mountains.

QUT Music Society

If music and entertainment is your passion, you can join one of QUT Music Society's seven ensembles. QMuSo bands and groups play during lunchtimes at O-Week and at regular events throughout the year.

Faculty-based groups

Electrical Engineering Student Society

Our Electrical Engineering Students Society has featured on national television with their Stratosphere Balloon launch earlier this year. The society gives electrical engineering students opportunities to put their education into practice and make industry links.

Women in Technology

Meet like-minded women studying in technology, and network through social events, professional development opportunities and industry nights with high-profile companies.

Enactus

Enactus brings together student, academic and business leaders through entrepreneurial projects that create sustainable changes in the community.

Law Society

The Law Society provides social and professional development opportunities for students studying law. Connect with industry through guest speakers and moots, and with other students at social events such as The Law Ball, Law Dinner, comedy debates and the annual Law Revue.

Get Psyched

Connect with a community of psychology students through social event and sports, and explore health issues with seminars and guest speaker events throughout the year.

Society of Education and Learning (SEALS)

The Society of Education and Learning supports students studying education through initiatives such peer study groups, prac readiness workshops and social events like the SEALS Ball.

The Dub

The Dub is our premiere design collective, incorporating interactive and visual design, architecture, interior design, landscape architecture, and fashion. The Dub organises events around QUT and within the design community, including guest lectures, design competition and forum.

Special interest groups

QUT Big Lift

If you're interested in learning about community issues and creating change, become a Big Lifter and join in a range of social, personal development and volunteering events to support our community.

Mature Aged Students Network

The Mature Aged Student Network provides opportunities for mature-age students to connect and share knowledge, develop professional networks, collaborate with and support each other during and beyond university.