Academic and industry clubs
BSA RMIT acts as an umbrella student organisation for discipline specific RMIT academic clubs in the RMIT College of Business. The BSA aims to support student organisations within the College, to organise large scale social and professional development events and activities, including our biggest event of the year - the RMIT Annual Business Ball.
We strive to provide broader opportunities with industry and professional development opportunities to Management and International Business Student Association members, foster a community of like-minded students and support our members though their university journey.
RMIT MBA SA is run by MBA students with the explicit goal of improving the MBA experience through the promotion of social events, the improvement of communication channels between the student body and the Graduate School of Business & Law, and the development of ties with the Business community through industry engagement.
The Physics Student Association aims to improving learning/research culture by holding regular events for students to meet with other students of other year levels and with faculty staff. It also actively promotes gender equality in physics and news on Women in Physics/Women in STEM. The Association also runs a variety of social and professional development activities.
RMIT Sports Chiropractic Association is based on Bundoora campus and is interested in working with the RMIT sporting community in the pursuit of the Association's goals and to support sport and physical wellbeing at RMIT generally. Also affiliated to Sports Chiropractic Australia (SCA).
Environmental Engineering Student Association (EESA RMIT) is a student society run by Environmental Engineering students. We organise social and industry events where everyone is welcome.
RMIT IAESTE is the RUSU student group affiliated with the International Association for the Exchange of Students for Technical Experience (IAESTE) - an independent, non profit, student run exchange organisation. It provides students in technical degrees with paid, course related internships overseas.
RMIT IEEE Student Branch aims to improve the career prospects of RMIT engineering students through access to the soft and technical skill development opportunities offered through IEEE and to provide leadership skills development opportunities to RMIT engineering students through their engagement with the club.
The RMIT Computer Science and Information Technology (CSIT) Society is a RUSU-affiliated community for all students at RMIT interested in the fields of Information Technology and Computer Science.