CAINZ RMIT is a non-profit organisation that facilitates professional and personal development through educational and networking events.
Catholics@RMIT is a spiritual club for catholic students at RMIT.
The RMIT Ceramics Student Association is an academic club for students specialising in the ceramics stream of the RMIT Fine Arts Program
RMIT Chinese Debating Group organises and supports Chinese language based activities, primarily debating
RMIT Students Promoting Community Awareness and the Growth of Chinese Medicine.
The RMIT Chinese Students & Scholars Association is a club to help RMIT Students from China to enjoy their study at RMIT and life in Australia.
RMIT CSA (Chiropractic Student Association) is a social club/community elected and run by the students for the students.
We are a great group of people where you can make friends and grow as a Christian, or explore what Christianity is all about.
The RMIT COP aims to assist arriving RMIT students from Pakistan to settle in RMIT and Melbourne life.
The RMIT CDA is an academic club for communication design students at RMIT.
The RMIT CSIT Society is a RUSU affiliated group that aims to represent and serve the students in Software Engineering, Computer Science, and associated Information Technology Programs.
Digital Media Club - DMC
RMIT EFMSA connects RMIT Business College economics, finance and marketing students with each other and industry.
RMIT Electric Racing formed in 2008 and was the first ever electric vehicle built for the Formula SAE competition.
We are a group of RMIT students interested in and engaged with the application of engineering within the non profit sector.
EESA RMIT is a student society run by Environmental Engineering students, we organise social and industry events where everyone is welcome.
RMIT Expanded Studio Practice is an academic club based within the "Expanded Studio Practice" stream of the Bachelor of Arts (Fine Arts)
Our purpose is to develop and deliver activities and opportunities of interest to Filipino students at RMIT as well as the broader RMIT student community who are interested in the Filipino culture.
A club to introduce different types and the historical background of cuisine from different countries.
Fossil Free RMIT aims to provide an intellectual space for RMIT students to explore and understand a fossil free future through social learning.
🇫🇷The RMIT French Club aims to share its love of all things French!