VU is a multicultural university. We celebrate our diverse student community and encourage you to join one of our cultural clubs.
Chinese Student & Scholar Society
The Chinese Student & Scholar Society (VU-CSSS) is a service-oriented association that aims to link Chinese students and scholars in Victoria University.
We want to create a community both on and off the VU campus to help Chinese students and scholars get to know more about Australia and also to promote Chinese culture to our fellow students and students from all over the world.
We can help you by answering questions about housing, studying, travelling and anything else about living in Australia! We also organise activities that can help people get to know each other and make friends.
VU-CSSS is also open to people from all over the world - the only requirement is an interest in Chinese culture.
Facebook: VU-CSSS on Facebook
The Filipino Club is open to anyone interested in Filipino culture. We celebrate and promote the Filipino culture, foster unity, camaraderie and cooperation.
We organise and deliver diverse opportunities, activities and events of interest each semester including members' gatherings, Videoke nights, Filipino film showings, educational trips and participation in various cultural events facilitated by VU.
The Indian Club is all about bringing a touch of the Indian culture into the community of VU.
We bring people together to socialise, help VU Indian students enjoy their culture and educate students from non-Indian backgrounds about the Indian way of life.
Facebook: Indian Club VU on Facebook
Indonesian Students Association
The Indonesian Students Association (VU-ISA) is an organisation for Indonesian students to share knowledge and experience both in academic and non-academic issues. We build social networks between students and alumni from all parts of Indonesia and learn about leadership and communication skills.
Social activities (with lots of fun and food) are regularly arranged to help you cope with challenges during your studies.
Come and join us!
Facebook: VU-ISA Facebook group
Kuwaiti Students Group
The Kuwaiti Students Group (KSG) is a society that aims to gather Kuwaiti students together and to represent Kuwaiti culture at VU.
We want to support academic life for Kuwaiti students at VU by offering social and sporting events to Kuwaiti students.
Facebook: Kuwaiti Students Facebook group
The Malaysian Association (VUMA) aims to represent the interest of the Malaysian students while promoting social and cultural exchange with other students in Victoria University.
Be a part of our family and get to know more about our beautiful country that is filled with exotic culture.
We welcome everyone to be a part of our group.
Nepalese Students Association
The Nepalese Students Association (VU-NSA) is a common platform for all Nepalese students at Victoria University to:
- work together
- share ideas and experiences
- engage in social and cultural initiatives.
It will also act as a cultural bridge between Nepalese students and students from other countries.
We aim to promote and assist students in their social and educational activities at the University.
North American Club
A club that celebrates the many cultures of North America. We assist students with professional development at VU and hold discounted social events.
Whether you’re local or international, join us today to connect with North American students across VU.
Pacific Students Association
The Pakistani society at VU aims to provide a platform where Pakistani and non-Pakistani individuals can learn from each other in a friendly atmosphere.
We aim to support, guide and assist students by allowing them to come together to help in academic and social life.
The Pakistani society is proud to have a platform for promoting and representing the Pakistani culture at Victoria University.
Sri Lankan Students Association
We are a group of Sri Lankan students who aim to spread the Sri Lankan culture, especially to give these students who have moved abroad a sense of belonging.
We aim to assist Sri Lankan students throughout their academic years and to provide social and student support by holding events and workshops throughout the year.