What clubs, unions or groups can international students join?
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University of Winnipeg
UNFPA has a large variety of student groups that you can get involved in, one of our most popular is Barsa, the Business Administration Students Association, where you can get involved in different networking opportunities and employment opportunities. It's also a great way to make friends in your new university if you're looking to take a break from something academic related. And we also have the Winnipeg Students Association where you can get involved in student advocacy, which is great on your resume. For once, you've graduated and are looking for work.
At Lakehead University, we have over one hundred and fifty clubs for you to choose from. If you don't have a club that you connect with, you and three other friends can actually receive five hundred dollars from the student union to create your own club. The Lakehead University Student Union is also an opportunity for you to get involved with the community and make a real difference.
University of South Australia
Hi, this is Kat from UTSA here at UTSA, we have over 90 different clubs that students can join covering everything from sports, academic, social justice or special interest groups. So, for example, students can join a AFL football club or a Harry Potter club. And one of the great things about the clubs, UTSA, is if you can't find something that grabs your interest, you can create your own.
University of Ottawa
International students at the University of Ottawa can join over two hundred and fifty clubs, for example, the Tunisian Student Association of the University of Ottawa or the Brazilian Cultural Association, just to name a few. If you don't even find a club, you can even create your own.
Full Sail University
There are dozens of clubs on campus for both domestic and international students, so there's some related to your programs of study. So like in music and coding, math, marketing, there's some related to hobbies such as gardening. And then there's clubs like the International Student Society where you can join as a member or an officer if you want to be more in a leadership role and help plan events and different programming for our students. So there's many ways to get involved as an active student and an alumni.
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