Expand your academic and social networks. Our academic clubs help you meet like-minded people who are studying the same course or share common interests.

Get advice, brainstorm ideas, explore your passion and make friends.

Midwifery Society

The VU Midwifery Society provides students with opportunities to expand their professional development through discounted workshops and seminars and organised group study sessions.

Be involved with fundraising for women and their families in the community and engage with fellow midwifery students at social events.

Facebook: VU Midwifery Society on Facebook

Email: [email protected]


Victoria University Motorsport (VUM) is a student group led by mechanical engineering undergraduate students, and is open to all undergraduates studying at VU.

You can design, build and race a race car.

Website: Victoria University Motorsport (VUM)

Email: [email protected]

Osteopathic Medicine Association

The Student Osteopathic Medicine Association (SOMA) provides social and educational opportunities to Victoria University students enrolled in osteopathy.

SOMA offers a range of beneficial seminars that are not offered as part of the osteopathy course, allowing students to expand their knowledge and skills. These seminars are open to all students.

Email: [email protected]

Physiotherapy Association

The VU Physiotherapy Association (VU PA) was established to assist members in attaining extra qualifications, contacts, and skills for their future careers after graduating. The association is proudly inclusive and accessible to all physiotherapy students at VU and values strong social and professional connections between members.

Email: [email protected]

VU Physiotherapy Association logo

VU Women In IT

The VU Women in IT Club aims to unite, inspire, and empower students pursuing a career in IT, enhance academic, professional and leadership development, as well as making them feel confident and capable in their IT courses though:

  • VU Collaborate Guidance and updates on new opportunities.
  • Professional events.
  • Happy HOurHknkhhnHour meeting
  • Workshop
  • Mentoring from peers and industry professionals
  • Developing leadership skills
  • Networking and making new friends

Email:  [email protected]

Instagram: @wit.vu

Facebook: WIT VU Club on Facebook

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Women in Science & Engineering Club

The Women in Science & Engineering (WISE) Club aims to provide a supportive environment for current female students in Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM) through:

  • regular professional events, social functions, industry visits and academic field trips
  • networking opportunities with industry professionals
  • mentorship and support from peers and industry professionals
  • leadership development
  • creating a fun and safe community. 

We aim to provide networking opportunities with industry professionals, social functions and industrial visits.

Facebook: WISE Club on Facebook

Email: [email protected]