Curtin Engineers Without Borders (EWB) is a student run chapter of Engineers Without Borders Australia based at Curtin University. Our mission as a chapter is to inspire social change, and spread the knowledge of humanitarian engineering to students.
Curtin eSports is a central hub for Curtin Students who enjoy playing, interacting with and even competing in video games. We aim to provide a safe haven for those who game in their spare time whether its casual or competitive.
The Humanitarian Engineering International Placements (HEIP) Club is focused on not only getting University students involved in the HEIP volunteer work projects, but also in teaching its members about the skills associated with humanitarian engineering.
IET on Campus is a community of engineering and technology students both within Curtin and with IET clubs from other universities. Join us and be part of a fun, sociable and engaging student community!
CIMSA aims to foster and promote the religious lives of Curtin students from Indonesia; Australians who have Indonesian religious backgrounds; and individuals with Indonesian linkage personally and socially.
Founded in 2013 as the Curtin International Affairs Association (CIAA), CIRS is a voluntarily-run student organisation, established to promote the engagement of students with opportunities, events and networking within international affairs.
CPP is focused on giving students a great way of putting what they have learnt into practice and contributing back to society. We accomplish this by running a project focused on the design, fabrication & operation of a Human-Powered Vehicle (HPV).
The Curtin Politics Club will provide a space for political enthusiasts from both ends of the political spectrum to engage with one another, to debate ideas and to make new friends with similar interests.