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Singing, Acapella, Campus
To support the ACT Party and other organizations where deemed appropriate. To work to promote and support the ACT Party (ACT NZ) for more representation
We are a small group of students who meet and practice African language and culture.
We offer intense practical experience in many areas to complement your degree and career plans, while helping you to build up a network of global contacts.
Aikido is a Japanese form of martial art, emphasising throws and the use of balance and momentum. It is a way of dealing with attack without counter-attacking.
A group of students who meet weekly and share their experiences, strength, support and hope to solve a common problem.
Amnesty on Campus meets to discuss human rights and do a range of activities, including fundraising events, activism and raising awareness.
We are HUGE the uni students of ARISE Church. We’re on campus and in your hostel giving you a dose of fun and free stuff to make this year the best.
The Asian Law Students Association was founded in 2014 to provide an increased support network, both educational and social for Asian law students at Victoria.
A running, track and field club for all students on campus.
A place for Asian international students who want to enhance their English speaking and form new connections with other students on campus.
We want to promote the sport of badminton by enabling students to play at an affordable price, so that students can join in the fun and keep fit.
We encourage students of all abilities to try basketball, with social and competitive leagues during the year at the Recreation Centre.
Bellringing, 'the ultimate heavy metal band' is a skill for life. It offers a lifetime of, challenges, experiences and friendships.
Beta Alpha Psi (BAP) is an honours organisation for students of Information systems, Finance and Accounting.
We provide a network, events, and practical support for all students interested in business, entrepreneurship and investment.
Promote Cambodian culture and Cambodian students' social and academic life.
CanDo at Vic is the representative group for students with disabilities at Victoria University of Wellington (VUW).
Capoeira is a Brazilian martial art. Students learn elements of fight, dance, music and language, as well as getting a taste of Brazil’s cultural heritage.
Chiasma Wellington is a national student-led organisation that fosters connections between University students and the science and technology industries in NZ
Our club is a forum where Chinese students can come to for assistance. We help with orientation, events, meetings/dinner nights and other social events.
Christian Union is a community of students being shaped by God’s word and passionately sharing the truth, love and hope of Jesus Christ on campus.
The Christian Law Students’ Society is for Christian Law Students of all ages. We get to know each other and create a community on campus.
Aims to gather students to help them feel connected and united on campus.
The conservation biology chapter provides local projects for students and staff and supports local community projects.
The Victoria University Cook Islands Students Association aims to empower Aotearoa-based Cook Islands youth to become successful and caring individuals.
Cricket teams/training for men and women players of all ages and abilities. We are committed to fostering cricketing excellence and a great social atmosphere.
A game in which you drive wooden balls through a series of wickets. We offer social and competitive games and a friendly atmosphere for students and staff.
The purpose of Cultural Cuisine is to bring students together who have a mutual love of food.
Offers classes developed from a huge range of dance styles and genres
We run internal debating grades that cater for novices and experienced debaters. We also take part in regional, national and international tournaments.
VUW Dragonboat team (Victorious) named after the University Alumni magazine is a group of staff members and support crew.
Society for education students. Social and networking events related to the education sector.
Group to co-ordinate discussions, meetups and events related to the global Effective Altruism community.
Open to all Victoria University of Wellington students interested in Engineering, Computer science, or technology in general.
The Feminist Law Society is a group for anyone (of all genders) interested in feminism, gender equality and structural oppression within the legal system.
Vic Swords help enable people (from beginners to advanced) to learn the sport of fencing. Come and see what this international sport is all about.
Fightback stands for struggle, solidarity and socialism.
To connect VUW students who are Filipino or of Filipino descent with each other and with their heritage and culture.
We organise recreational floorball sessions, and you are welcome regardless whether you are new, beginner or advance player.
Ultimate Frisbee is a friendly, fun sport and we participate in New Zealand university games and local competitions.
Victoria University of Wellington Association Football Club (VUWAFC) is the largest senior football club in Wellington.
A social club where you can get to know other French students, practice some French, and above all have fun.
To provide quality Futsal opportunities for the Victoria University community.
Forest and Bird Youth is a national network of you people aged 14-25 years, interested in the environment and taking and taking action to support.
Generation Zero is a nationwide youth led organisation that works to promote solutions to climate change.
GeolSoc prides itself in involving both staff and students in social and academic pursuits revolving around the underlying theme of Geology.
Get your beerhorn and get set to omh pah pah with the German Club. We speak, eat, drink, sing learn and know everything German.
Global, Interlink, leadership, seminars, workshops
A support group for student refugees on campus with mentoring, information and peer support.
The Victoria Go Club offers the chance to learn and play one of the oldest and most strategic games in history. It's a great pastime and intense game to play.
We promote the principles and practices of traditional karate and encourage student participation.
We are students who support Green Party initiatives and values and work for good green change.
Handball mixes basketball, soccer and netball. We cater for beginners as well as developing players at representative level in a welcoming, fun environment.
We want to encourage people to participate in hockey. Our members compete at New Zealand university and national levels.
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A Christian student radio station on campus for those wanting to learn student radio and develop ‘tech’ and journalistic skills, on the look-out for volunteers.
Hunter Club is open to all retired Victoria staff and their spouses and partners and is a way for retired staff to stay involved at Victoria.
At Ignite Consultants, we provide student-driven consulting services for not-for-profit organisations.
We endeavour to share the various trends of Indonesian culture by providing our members with its cultural and social experiences.
We aim to build an international community where students from all backgrounds can share life, ask questions, and learn about God in a welcoming environment.
We participate in the struggles for justice and liberation and engage students on revolutionary concepts and ideas. We hold meetings on a range of issues.
We practice the original style of ITF taekwon-do. We offer one of the most senior instructors in the country, low training fees and a supportive environment.
To educate students about socialist politics, theory and history.
The aim of the Iranian Club is to promote cultural and academic understanding.
Judo Specific Fitness exercises and stretches for promotion of Judo and fitness.
Contribute to a safe, just and inclusive society by promoting policy that reduces crime and related social harm.
This group is a very casual group for Japanese and all other VUW students who are interested in Japanese culture and language to get together.
An nyeong ha se yo! K-SAW strives to promote and encourage students to explore Korean culture, language and the Korean style of FUN!
"Korf" means basket in Dutch. It is very similar to basketball and netball, with mixed genders. We aim to introduce this exciting sport to students at Victoria.
The Latin American and Spanish club is open to anyone who is interested in learning, experiencing and sharing Latin American and Spanish cultures and languages.
Introducting and teaching chinese martial arts and culture. Providing regular fun and fitness class for general well being, both mentally and physically.
Our main purpose is to introduce the diversity of Malaysia through cultural and social activities, promoting Malaysia and learning about other cultures.
Nga Rangahautira/Māori Law Students' Association is focused on the enhancement of the understanding of law among Māori students.
The purpose of our club is to provide a space for media/cultural study students (and those with an interest in media) to socialise.
Halo olketa bilong Melanesia! Our aim is to support and associate students of Melanesian descent within the Pacific region here at Victoria.
Misfits Club is a fine arts club running every week around Wellington
Peer support and discussions for male survivors of sexual abuse, child abuse and domestic violence
We seek to make others more aware about Islam and Muslims, and ensure the needs of Muslim students are catered for.
We are a group that provides opportunities and support to all Myanmar students at Victoria.
Ngā Rangahautira (NR) is the Māori Law Students' Association at Victoria.
Team Vic is the largest netball club in Wellington, providing a friendly, supportive atmosphere and both competitive and social games.
Ngāi Tauira—the Māori students’ association, represents the interests of tauira Māori studying at Victoria University
Nga Taura Umanga is a Māori student group for commerce students.
OBU provides rugby training and playing opportunities for male and female students of all ages and abilities.
Connect Pasifika Commerce Students at Victoria. Get to know, grow and achieve.
We get together for support, to share cultural values and celebrate our achievements.
Provide support for Pasifika students throughout their journey at law school.
A student representative group that consults and supports all Victoria Pasifika students.
We focus on having fun and developing our communication and leadership skills.
Plastic Diet is a youth-lead organisation dedicated to reducing single-use plastic waste and consumption.
To create, promote and run a social environment for staff, postgraduate and alumni members to play badminton.
A student representative group that consults and supports all Victoria Postgraduate students.
As part of the Psychology Society we arrange social events, develop networks, communications and form relationships between lecturers and students.
Speaker events relating to Red Cross
The Rembuden Kendo Club offers training in the Japanese martial art Kendo, the way of the sword.
Revolution YA are the uni students of Equippers Church. We're passionate about having the time of our lives as we study and seeing Jesus move in our world!
We have a vast library of board games, and also play Magic: the Gathering, run LARPs, and host table-top roleplaying games in the evenings.
The Victoria University “Hunters” Rugby League Club has been running since 2000 and plays in the local Wellington rugby league competition.
VUWSC aims to introduce young sailors to the Wellington sailing scene.
Victoria’s weekly on campus student newspaper.
Talofa! We are here to help celebrate our culture and traditions, and to influence and inspire younger generations of our ancestors’ beginnings and journeys.
We aim to provide Saudi Arabia students with the best possible academic, social and cultural service.
Schola Cantorum - Youth Choir is a group of Victoria University students and alumni who do choral singing, giving concerts and enjoying a passion.
The Victoria University of Wellington Science Society represents all science students and are a social network for all science disciplines.
We show the latest programmes, popular classics and the occasional movie. If you are looking to meet people who share your interests, or just relax, come along.
Ski and Snowboard club is a relatively new club forming in 2013 and offers trips up to the mountain to Mt Ruapehu about four hours drive from Wellington.
A student-led club that holds philosophical discussions and debates for students on a weekly basis.
Victoria Squash Club is a club for the students of Victoria.
We at Student Life Wellington are about a real relationship with God, a real relationship with each other, and a real impact on campus.
To empower and inspire students to realise their potential to contribute to the NZ space industry.
We are the representative group for architecture and design students. STUDiO is here to ensure that students get a fair deal at all times.
Victoria Surf Club offers learning to surf, social events and competing in regional or national competitions.
A club for students from Taiwan or similar cultures, or students that are interested in Taiwanese culture to get together and meet new people
If you are social player or just want to have ‘hit around’ on Salamanca courts, the Tennis club has facilities and equipment available.
Malo e lelei! Tonga is also known as the “friendly islands”—a deserving alias duly reflected by Wellington Tongan Students’ Association.
Like Tramping, hiking, climbing? Live in Wellington? Want to have a blast? Then join VUWTC!!!
Focus on youth development, advocacy, education, and fundraising in support of child rights
UNICEF at Victoria is a fundraising and advocacy group determined to support the rights of children, both nationally and internationally.
A representative group for queer students on the Victoria University campus.
We create opportunities for youth to express themselves, and earn life skills, while learning more about the United Nations and the future of our planet.
A club for social and competitive players, currently meeting on Mondays from 6 pm in AM103(correct as of Tri 2 2018). All welcome; bring your boards and clocks.
We provide members with support in achieving their academic goals within a major or minor in finance, and provide networking opportunities in the industry.
To support students of Vanuatu at Victoria University. We share a common interest through cultural interaction and offer support through mentoring.
We aim to create a non-judgemental space for like-minded people to get together and share ideas, experiences, advice and recipes.
Anime are Japanese animated productions featuring hand-drawn or computer animation. This club is for anyone who enjoys viewing, learning and discussing Anime.
The Victoria University of Wellington Commerce Students’ Society (VicCom) is the representative body for Victoria Business School students.
We provide a support network, opportunities, speakers and events for those interested in Criminology
Our goal is to encourage the appreciation of film, by showing and discussing films of all genres from many countries of the world.
Vic Folk offers opportunities for students to learn, play and dance to traditional Irish and Scottish music.
VicLabour is a university club for any keen activists in the left movement and also a youth branch of the Labour Party.
VicNats are a lobby group inside the National Party. Often the more open-minded view of the Young Nationals has been at odds with that of the senior party.
To Support all Pakistani students at VUW and practice our culture.
A fun, challenging sport—we offer training, racing and coaching opportunities. We compete at the New Zealand university games and world university games.
We promote random acts of kindness, whether this be through large scale event, volunteering or doing something as small as complimenting a stranger on their out
To hold network opportunities, study sessions, and host outside speakers for actuarial students.
Victoria Ancient Theatre society
Facilitate competitions which provide students with skills applicable to real-life business scenarios.
Cheerleading is an athletic sport mainly consisting of stunting (lifting and throwing people in the air), tumbling (doing flips) all in a 2.5 minute routine.
We are an open platform inviting people to be educated, motivated and challenged on international development, poverty, human rights and environmental issues.
We help integrate international and exchange students into life at Victoria and provide a forum for New Zealand students to ask questions and make connections.
V-ISA has two main areas of focus. The first is to speak on issues affecting international students at Victoria University and the second is to provide various
VPSIRDA is dedicated to the task of facilitating the accumulation of intellectual capital.
Volunteer for the Victoria Rescue team on campus.
Victoria University NZSL club is for all people interested in studying, practicing or learning about New Zealand Sign Language and Deaf culture.
Victoria Taekwon-Do is for all those interested in a long established martial art form. We provide Taekwon-Do training at an affordable price for students.
We are a group from the Humanities faculty supporting local theatre. Plays include Summer Shakespeare plays in the school holidays.
VUCC is a kayak and canoe club based at Victoria University, but is open to everyone, students and non-students alike.
To create a society for arts students giving them connections to careers, events and internships that they would otherwise not know about.
We are a representative and social group for self-identifying women students.
Our aim is to bring together people with the common association of Fiji, whether they are from there, have been there, or want to know more about it.
We are a social club compromised of ukulele enthusiasts of all skills levels who meet weekly to share knowledge, tips, and learn songs together.
The Vietnamese Students Association is here to represent, help, connect and promote Vietnamese culture to students of all cultural backgrounds.
The Victoria University of Wellington Eagles Volleyball club is for anyone who has a passion for Volleyball. We have teams who compete in the local Wellington
We are Christians who love to get together to enjoy God's Word and grow in Christ. We welcome you! Please contact us!
Student-led group dedicated to supporting and advocating for males in Early Childhood Education at Victoria University
Victoria University of Wellington Law Students’ Society is a representative group run solely by law students, solely for law students.
The VUW Manga club exists to accommodate all types of students, whether regular Victoria students or exchange students in pursuing their enjoyment of a famou
To support all sociology students on campus
VUWWIT is a group for undergraduate students who identify as women or non-binary and are studying computer science, engineering and other STEM subjects at VUW
To support the students with spiritual/religious guidance.
"The Wellington Singaporean Students’ Association (WESSA) is a student representative group in Wellington, New Zealand.
The Wellington Community Justice Project is a dynamic body of student volunteers that aims to improve access to legal services in the wider community.
We are a club dedicated to getting students out, helping in our community.
WETILESS advocates for cultural promotion, social well-being and academic achievement at Victoria.
Yoga encompasses physical, mental, and spiritual practices or disciplines that originated in India. We offer students a relaxed, calm escape from hectic study.
To provide a place for young people to learn about New Zealand First, to associate with each other and to provide a voice for young New Zealanders.
Formerly Pasifika Christian Fellowship. A Christian based fellowship to share about our walk with Christ.