Department of Mechanical Engineering

Clubs and societies

There are a variety of clubs and societies on campus especially for Engineering students. Joining a club is a great way to meet like-minded people and develop your social and professional network.

On campus

  • 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.

  • Robogals Auckland

    Robogals is a student-run organisation that aims to increase female participation in engineering, science and technology.

  • Engineering Revue

    The Engineering Revue is a variety stage show put on (and performed in exclusively) by Faculty of Engineering students. Visit their Facebook page.

  • Engineering - Seeking Truth on Campus

    E-STOC provides a forum for Engineering students to engage in open discussions with some of the most difficult and interesting concepts/challenges of the Christian faith, where all opinions are welcomed.

  • 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.

Local and national

  • Engineering New ZealandEngineering New Zealand is a membership organisation that promotes the integrity and interests of engineers from all disciplines, the profession and the industry in New Zealand