Joining a student group will help you connect with people with common interests, succeed in your studies, celebrate your culture or religion, power your politics, learn new skills and have fun with your peers. Check out the CDU student groups below.
If you are keen to join, contact the group of your choice and let them know you are interested. Once you have contacted, the group will get back to you and let you know about membership, meetings or upcoming activities.
Determining and representing the interests and views of members to the Bangladesh Student Association, the University, the International Student of CDU, the enrolled students of CDU, other Students’ Societies or Associations and the Bangladeshi Community as a whole.
It is a Calisthenics Workout group that focuses on body weighted exercises. Students are challenged physically and mentally, and when these challenges are overcome through support and determination; this attitude is carried through other areas of student’s lives! Ideal for people who want to achieve some fitness/strength goals without paying for anything.
The CDU Business Students' Association is the student association which aims to further the interests of all students studying accounting and business at the College of Business and Law of Charles Darwin University. We aim to liaise with the College of Business and law and their departments to ensure the needs of the students are being met. To provide an opportunity for business students to mingle with their fellow college mates as we understand the importance of the social aspect of university life. Assist business students to seek employment by creating links through the various events organised by the society.
CDUCSSA is a student-run association represents the voice of all CDU Chinese students. The association aims to offer a platform to all the Chinese students in university to assist personal and professional growth. It offers a range of activities for students to expand extracurricular interests, develop social skills and increase academic interactions. It facilitates culture communication in culturally diverse Darwin society. To serve the interests of Chinese students and scholars in the CDU environment.
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Our aim is to support and encourage Christian University students in their faith during their time at CDU. We also want to help other interested people at CDU to find out about Christianity. We aim to achieve these goals through weekly bible studies, students meeting up together, a Friday Night connect event with dinner, social games and teaching on Christianity. In terms of contributing to student life - all our events provide avenues for students to build friendships and support networks during their time at uni which really aids them in their student life and study.
To provide for the welfare and protect the interests of law students at Charles Darwin University. To represent the interests of law students at Charles Darwin University through advocacy before relevant bodies of Charles Darwin University on their behalf.
To foster the growth of a positive and inclusive social community for students at Charles Darwin University that encourages networking, personal development and the sharing of ideas.
Our mission is to create a common platform for CDU Muslim students to preserve and be confident in their unique Australian Muslim identity through advocacy, education, empowerment and engagement so that we can tackle social issues affecting all Australians.
Support Nepalese Students studying at Charles Darwin University. by running information sessions about Darwin and Australian lifestyle, accommodation, job search, and local knowledge every semester to new (and old) students. Serve as a support hub for overseas students in NT. Organize different events and programs to establish communication among Nepalese students, promote Nepali Culture, and support sport and recreational activities of Nepalese Student.
CDUSC is a club for university students, staff and alumni to get together to play social or competitive squash out at the Darwin Squash Centre. It’s also a platform for the University’s community to create lifelong relationships through academic and sports in a healthy and social atmosphere. We cater for all levels from beginners to advance players and membership ranges from social to competition.
Join the club to gain access to:
• Discounted court hire
• Special student rates
• Subsidised coaching
• Competitions/ Australian University Games
• Social events
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The purpose of CDUSC is to:
- Promote and advance the rights, interests and welfare of students;
- Represent students within and outside the University;
- Provide the means for effective communication between students and the University;
- Deliver other services, amenities and programs for students funded from the CDUSC membership fee and other income received by CDUSC.
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Our Club Mission is to connect discover and grow through multiculturalism and via providing a shared platform to enhance life skills and solidarity among university students and broader Australian community using Table Tennis as a medium.
We aim to foster a mutually supportive environment in which everyone can achieve positive thinking and live a meaningful, fulfilling life. Throughout the year, we have a range of activities, which provide the platform for all members to connect and build comradeship. In our fortnightly discussion group, everyone has the opportunity to interact and share stories with one another. In this positive learning environment, members can learn more about the ways one can maintain positive thinking, cultivate a spiritual life, cultivate oneself, and build positive relationship with anyone in one’s life. At the same time, members will learn about Eastern Wisdom such as Lao Tzu’s Taoteching (Tao: The Way; Te: Virtue; Ching: Classic), Confucius’s and Buddha’s teachings and philosophy.
We are a sporting club, dedicated to building a pathway to the highest level of the sport. Our vision is to develop participants from all across the Territory to become elite athletes of Olympic Weightlifting, to promote health and well-being and encourage the community to be physically active.
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We aim to improve sustainability on campus and raise awareness about environmental issues in the Northern Territory and beyond. We provide a space for all people who are interested in sustainability and our environment to come together and create positive change through connection, education and inspiration. For environment students, it is an excellent way to meet people in your field, gain relevant work experience, and find out what opportunities exist for employment after university life.
Filipino Basketball Club induct a social basketball game every Saturday morning that promotes friendship among the new CDU Filipino students in the Northern Territory. Our aim is to build a good camaraderie through sports. We also promote good sportsmanship and good health to all the players in the competition.
Jesus Youth is a lifestyle of young people themselves, who filled with the Holy Spirit try to reach out spiritually to young and active students. We mainly focus on enhancing the spiritual upliftment of young Catholic Christians through various events, prayer gatherings, outreach, etc. We also focus on International students who need spiritual support and guidance and make friends for life.
The main objectives of the organisation is to create a space where the students can improve and express themselves in the safe environment. The activities of the organisation is varied. Include education, culture, bonding, competition and seminar activities.
Our aim is to teach young girls how to play netball, stay fit and live a healthy lifestyle. We continue to develop young girls netball and leadership skills so they are ready to move onto our senior teams. We would like to work with University and encourage students to join our club, where we can teach and develop their skills.
To join contact us via email.
Student Midwives in Darwin (SMID) aims to provide opportunities for students to socialise and network with each other and Darwin’s midwifery community with the purpose of growing as professionals who advocate for, and advance, the midwifery profession. Annually we aim to fundraise for a midwifery related cause.
SLSA is a Sri-Lankan student community based in Charles Darwin University, initiated to support the growing Sri Lankan community in the University and other institutions in Northern Territory. We promote student engagement activities in Charles Darwin University and collaborate and participate in local community events representing our university. Our aim is to enrich the well-being of members and share the Sri-Lankan culture and values in Charles Darwin University.
Uni Bulls Cricket Club want to foster and promote the game of cricket within the Charles Darwin University Community as defined by the Northern Territory Cricket Association. To foster and promote the game of cricket among the youth in the Northern Territory especially within the Charles Darwin University community. To do all such other lawful things as are incidental or conducive to the attainment of the objectives aforesaid.
To sign up go to our Facebook.
The University Australia Football Club aims to promote healthy lifestyles, engagement with and from the AFL and wider community and participation in Women's and Men's AFL through active training and formal competitions in association with the NTFL.
To join head to our Facebook Page.
Promote basketball to all persons within Darwin Region and the University, senior or juniors’ players. Provide development programs; Encourage participation in a sportsman like manner; Development of junior basketball and Participate in competitions.
More information on how to join go to our Facebook Page.
UN Youth Northern Territory is a division of UN Youth Australia, a national youth-led organisation that aims to educate and empower young Australians on global issues. We know that young leaders have the vision and passion to create meaningful change within their communities and throughout the world, and aim to equip them with the skills and inspiration to do so.
For more information head to our Facebook page.
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