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The African Society is an environment where African students can build a network and create a sense of community and belonging with other African students.
A valuable experience, networking opportunities, and lifelong friendships- this will sum up your AIESEC experience as you become a global citizen.
Cantonese Student Society of Auckland
A club to connect Cantonese students and others who are interested in Cantonese culture.
Chinese Student Association (NZCSA)
NZCSA aims to serve Chinese students in NZ, promote Chinese culture and act as a bridge between the Chinese student and mainstream communities.
Chinese Student Society (AUCSS)
Auckland University Chinese Student Association (AUCSS) provides students with social events, academic support and volunteer experiences.
Cook Islands Students Association (AUCISA)
We are an association that incorporates the Cook Islands culture with academia.
Enlaces is University of Auckland club that aims to bring together students and faculty members to discuss and enjoy Latin American culture.
Filipino Students' Association
We provide an important support network and a warm, friendly environment for Filipino students.
Han Cultural Club
We wish to celebrate and promote awareness of the traditional culture of Han, as well as serving as a platform for anyone interested in this culture.
Indian Society (UoAIS)
The University of Indian Society (UoAIS) aims to bring together people with a keenness to promote and celebrate Indian culture
Indonesian Student Association
A group dedicated to Indonesian students in Auckland. Our aim is to help new or current students get settled in Auckland.
International Students Association of Auckland
We are a club that aims to promote the bilateral relations between cultures, and provide social and cultural activities for international and domestic students.
JAM+ (Japanese Auckland Meeting)
JAM+ (Japanese Auckland Meeting) is a club dedicated to the academic pursuit of language, and promoting culture exchange.
Kiwi Asian Club
The Kiwi Asian Club is a social, cultural and sporting club based in the University of Auckland.
Korean Students Association (AKSA)
AKSA aims to bring together Korean students through cultural, academic, sporting and of course social events.
Pacific Island Student Association (AUPISA)
AUPISA is the Pacific student association at the University of Auckland
Samoan Students Association (UASSA)
The University of Auckland Samoan Student’s Association is where Samoan students can network, have fellowship, and work towards academic excellence.
Singapore Students' Association
The Singapore Students’ Association (SSA) is a platform that helps Singapore students develop social ties with one other.
Taiwanese and New Zealand Students Association (TANSA)
TANZA is a non-profit organisation that focuses on enriching the University experience for Taiwanese students.
Thai Student Association
We provide a gathering place for people who are interested in Thai culture.
UMNO Auckland Club (AUC), likes to think of ourselves as a welfare organisation that goes beyond political preference, race, and even nationality.
Union of Malaysian Students in Auckland (UMSA)
The Union of Malaysian Students in Auckland (UMSA) is a non-profit club run by Malaysian students.
The Veda club introduces the wisdom of the Vedas which incorporate Yoga, a vegan diet, and vedic knowledge to find ways to be stress-free
Vietnamese Students' Association
We facilitate social events that will give you opportunities to strengthen your network and explore the Vietnamese culture.
The YES!+ club’s aims to develop youth empowerment, leadership and social skills.
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