Browse our full list of RUSU's Cultural & Nationality Clubs below, and visit your chosen clubs' page today to find out more!
If you've joined a RUSU Club but haven't received any follow up from it (give it a bit of time!), please send us a quick email at email@example.com and the Clubs Department Staff will help to follow up.
For RMIT students who are keen to embrace and learn about the various African cultures, as well as a bridge for connection between people of African descent and people with an interest in African society.
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 Hong Kong Student Association organises social events for students from Hong Kong, supporting them to make friends, develop lifelong networks and have fun.
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.
The RMIT Indonesian Students Association (PPIA RMIT) is a club for Indonesian students and their friends to socialise together, and to be surrounded and inspired by a positive and creative community.
Current world Italian culture, food, games, and customs are slowly being lost. RMIT Italian Club aim to bond over and share our customs with other Italians and the broader community.
The RMIT University Malaysian Association is a club for RMIT students with a Malaysian connection or just a passion for all things Malaysian!
The Arabic Students’ Club at RMIT University.
The RMIT Pakistani Student Association aims to assist arriving and existing students during their learning experience at RMIT University, and to provide a sense of belonging for the Pakistani Community at RMIT.
RMIT University Society of Hellenes (RUSH) is a club for RMIT students with a Greek background and a passion for all things Greek!
The RMIT Singapore Students Association was created to help Singaporean Students at RMIT University find a home away from home through social and cultural events.
RMIT University Sri Lanka Students' Association (RUSLSA) is a social and support club for RMIT Sri Lankan students and friends.
RMIT Taiwanese Student Association aims to connect all Taiwanese students within the university, as well as those who are interested in Taiwanese culture.
The RMIT Tamil Club is a Cultural Club for Tamil students at RMIT, which aims to provide opportunities for RMIT students of Tamil heritage to meet and share culture both within and outside RMIT.
VISAR aims to bring a friendly environment, informal social activities and provide useful information and support to all Vietnamese students who are pursuing their study at RMIT.
RMIT VSA allows students to unite through common appreciation of the Vietnamese culture, with the aim to preserve and promote the Vietnamese Australian Identity and provide students with a place to learn about their heritage.
Can't find a club that interests you? Why not start your own! It's a great way to meet like-minded people and have some fun.