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University Student Clubs

Student Clubs are a great way for students with common interests to meet. For those who are far from home, this can make the difference between success and failure. It’s hard to study when you feel alienated. Here is a brief overview of the types of clubs you may encounter on an Australian college campus.

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International Student Societies

Sometimes people of minority ethnicity or national origin feel out of place on a college campus. For instance, there are student associations for those from almost all countries, as well as ethnic groups. Often they accept people from outside their group who are interested in their cultures, giving the students a lifeline to other groups as well.



Career Clubs

Are you looking at a profession in accounting? Many colleges offer accounting and commerce societies, which give the student a chance to mingle with like-minded professionals as well as present guidance in the profession from local sponsors of the organization. Almost every profession has a corresponding occupational club.
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Sports Clubs

If you like a certain sport but are not good enough--or don’t have time--for a sanctioned college team, try a sports club. Australia is home to many great sports, especially water sports, so you are bound to find something that appeals to you. A sports club is a great way to stay fit and healthy during your college years.

Social Clubs

You may already have a lot of activities and just want to join a club where everyone enjoys the company of the others. A spirit club is a great way to meet new people and have built-in groups with which you can attend sporting events. Other social clubs might revolve around community service, tutoring, or orientation of new students. Whatever social interest you might have, you will probably find a club to match it.
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