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AIESEC in Curtin is a branch from AIESEC Australia which is a youth run organisation that aims to develop leadership in young people through cross-culture exchanges

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The Curtin branch of AAPG is part of a larger organisation, and is interested in spreading the ideals of this overarching group. The American Association of Petroleum Geologists is a community of geologists and geophysicists.

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Amnesty Curtin is Western Australia's largest university club for emerging human rights activists.

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A.S.I.A is a university club that strives to integrate international students of all ages and backgrounds with domestic students by providing students with the opportunity to party and socialise.

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Our mission is to enhance, represent and assist Chemical engineering students at Curtin University and for their future careers. To become a 2018 club member, please contact us through our email (aces.club.curtin@gmail.com) or come to any of our events!

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AIPSSA (the Association of Indonesian Postgraduate Students and Scholars in Australia) Curtin is an organisation for Indonesian postgraduate students and scholars who are currently pursuing their studies at or have graduated from Curtin University.

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AMS acts as a country-based club consisting mostly of Malaysian students that study in Curtin University Bentley campus.

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ACYA Curtin is a community of people interested in learning more about Australia & China. We host a range of social, professional and personal development activities to assist our members discover opportunities, make new friends, and develop new insights.

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Every Australians living with physical disabilities from brain and spinal conditions will be entitled to access technology-driven exercise therapy, allowing them the possibility to rebuild neural connections and maximise their recovery.

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BSACU is a group of present Bangladeshi students of Curtin University.

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We are the club for Biomedical Sciences students at Curtin.

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Curtin Bloom is part of a not-for-profit Bloom which attracts young innovators from different backgrounds who are passionate, driven and ambitious

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Campus Christian Movement (CCM) is a Guild-affiliated club based in Curtin and Universities all over Australia. We welcome all students regardless of race, culture or religious background.

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Catholics At Curtin is the only Catholic club at Curtin that is available on-campus for students needing to grow in faith with other students.

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Chinese Society (CS) is a non-profit university club established in UWA and Curtin that acts as a platform for thousands of student members to meet each other and celebrate their culture.

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CSSA is committed to developing unique and attractive programs and activities locally, nationally and internationally.

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Christian Students at Curtin is a student organisation formed to cultivate interaction with Christian students for a life long walk with Christ and to provide students from all culture and backgrounds to meet together.

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We are Club Rad. We've been around for many years, as a hub for all Medical Radiation Science students.

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ComSSA is the club that supports computing, computer engineering, and networking students at Curtin University.

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The Construction Management Student Association (Known as CMSA) is a club set up primarily for those who are currently studying their Bachelor of Applied Science – Construction Management.

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Curtin Accounting Association is an academic club that operates to provide students with access to industry-specific information and opportunities.

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