Clubs, networks and associations

Ngā karapu me ngā rōpū pāpori/clubs and societies can help you to develop your social and professional networks alongside your peers.

Engineering clubs on campus

Architects and Civil Engineers Association (ACE)

ACE provides collaborative experiences and development for Architecture and Civil Engineering students. Find out more.

Auckland University Engineering Society (AUES)

AUES aims to provide fun, relevant events to enrich the lives of Engineering students, and build networks between students and faculty members. Find out more.

Auckland University Robotics Association (AURA)

AUEA is a team of students looking to excel in a number of robotics related areas – they can be seen both on and off-campus, competing in their own teams, or providing robotics classes for high school students. Find out more

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. Find out more.

Engineering Postgraduate Student Association (EPSA)

The Engineering Postgraduate Student Association is dedicated to supporting postgraduate Engineering students. Find out more.

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. Find out more.

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. Find out more.

Engineers Without Borders

Engineers Without Borders is an organisation of professional and student engineers with a focus on sustainable development. Find out more.

IEEE student branch

The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) is an organisation of technical professionals in the areas of electrical engineering, electronics and computing. Find out more.


A multi-disciplinary club for anyone with an interest in space. All levels of expertise and interest are welcome, and only a passion for space is required for you to join us. Find out more.

Mechanical & Mechatronics Students Association

MECHA aims to support Mechanical and Mechatronics Engineering students and connect them through industry events. Find out more.

Rainbow Engineering Network

The Faculty of Engineering Rainbow Network aims to provide support for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex students and staff. Find out more.

Robogals Auckland

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

Software Engineering Students Association (SESA)

SESA is an AUSA-affiliated club for Software Engineering students and alumni focused on events such as LAN parties, shadow classes, and careers evenings. Where necessary, they also liase between the department and students to raise issues regarding course content. Find out more.

South Pacific Indigenous Engineering Students (SPIES)

SPIES was formed as a support group for Māori and Pacific students studying engineering and is now a core network in our faculty that provides a range of social, cultural, and sporting activities. Find out more.

University of Auckland Formula SAE

Our FSAE team competes annually in the Australasian competition using the vehicle they have built from scratch. Their workshop is based at our Newmarket Campus. Find out more.

Women in Engineering Network (WEN)

WEN is a social organisation for female Engineering students at The University of Auckland. Find out more.

National networks

Engineering New Zealand

Engineering 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. Find out more.

The Institution of Engineering and Technology 

The Auckland Network aims to further the strategies, direction and objectives of the IET within New Zealand. Find out more.