Indian Club

RMIT Indian Club is open to RMIT students from everywhere, regardless of their nationality, to participate and enjoy the rich and diverse culture of the Indian subcontinent.

RMIT Indian Club has been proudly supporting the Indian community of RMIT University since 2014. The Club seeks to connect RMIT students of Indian heritage with each other, to make friends and support each other, and, working closely with the RMIT Student Union (RUSU) and the broader Indian student community in Melbourne and Australia, to seek better experiences and outcomes for our Members. 

2024 memberships are now open  - members must re-join their clubs at RMIT every year.

Use the purple join or renew button in the menu at right . It's not the big JOIN NOW button up the top - that is to join RUSU (Student Union) - which we highly recommend but is not a requirement to join a RUSU club.

If you don't have an account on the RUSU website system, use the join or renew  pop up to set up create and account. You'll then be taken through to the Indian Club membership form :)

Follow our Instagram Page for event/activity updates.  Our email is 

Please note: Our club, like all RUSU Clubs, is managed by elected student leaders - we study full time and also have employment responsibilities.  So, we may not always be able to respond to your contacts as quickly as you may like.

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