Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering
Clubs and societies
There are a variety of clubs and societies on campus especially for Faculty of Engineering students. Joining a club is a great way to meet like-minded people and develop your social and professional network.
Auckland University Engineering Society (AUES)
AUES aims to provide students with fun events and build networks between students and faculty members.
Women in Engineering Network (WEN)
WEN is a social organisation for female Engineering students at The University of Auckland.
Engineering Postgraduate Society (EPS)
The Engineering Postgraduate Society is dedicated to supporting postgraduate Engineering students.
South Pacific Indigenous Engineering Students (SPIES)
SPIES was formed as a support group for Māori and Pacific students studying engineering.
Engineers Without Borders
Engineers Without Borders is an organisation of professional and student engineers with a focus on sustainable development.
Architects & Civil Engineers Association (ACE)
Providing collaborative experiences and development for Architecture and Civil Engineering students.
IEEE Student Branch
IEEE is an organisation of technical professionals in the areas of electrical engineering, electronics and computing.
Software Engineering Students Association
The Software Engineering Students' Association is an AUSA affiliated club for software engineering students. Visit their group page on Facebook.
Auckland University Robotics Association (AURA)
A team of students looking to excel in a number of robotics related areas.
University of Auckland Formula SAE
The University of Auckland FSAE team competes annually in the Australasian competition using the vehicle they have built from scratch.
The Auckland University Student Association (AUSA)
AUSA offers a central point for all student activities and has a long history of campaigning around issues important to students.
Civil Engineering Students' Association
The Civil Engineering Students Association aims to provide Civil Engineering students with opportunities to develop networks with other students and the professional industry.