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Student clubs

Join a club and build your networks and experiences with other students, academics, industry and the community. Engage and connect with those who share your interests!

CBS Wall Street Club

The CBS Wall Street Club (WSC) provides a dynamic environment that brings students outside of the classroom and into the real world. The WSC enables you to forge solid friendships, grow your employability attributes, learn new skills and discuss ideas with like-minded students who wish to pursue a career in economics, finance, accounting and other business-related disciplines.

CBS Wall Street Club Facebook page.

Curtin Commerce Club

The Curtin Commerce Club (CCC) aims to provide students with the opportunity to network with students from across campus and give them an environment to work and play. We organise social activities and provide opportunities for students to broaden their industry networks. Members of the CCC form friendships and gain skills that will be carried with them for years to come.

Curtin Commerce Club Facebook page.

Curtin Marketing Association

The Curtin Marketing Association (CMA) is a non-profit association governed by students, which aims to build social, academic and industry-based relationships and skills.

Curtin Marketing Association Facebook page.

Curtin Student Law Society

Curtin Student Law Society is the official law students’ society at Curtin University, endeavouring to promote the educational and social interests of all law students.

Curtin Student Law Society Facebook page.

Public Relations Student Chapter

The Public Relations Student Chapter (PRSC) aims to provide Public Relations students with a variety of different initiatives to help kick start their future careers. These initiatives range from informative networking events all the way through to regular work experience emails, providing students with the chance to gain invaluable experience with today’s industry leaders.

Public Relations Student Chapter Facebook page.

THiNK Student Association

THiNK is an Information Systems-related student association which seeks to promote interest in the ICT industry amongst Curtin University students, with an aim to develop more young leaders in the field. THiNK also acts as a bridging gap between current students and alumni, so as to maintain a base of industry contacts and knowledge of the industry for students.

THiNK Student Association Website.