Student groups & clubs
Curtin Singapore has a list of established student groups and clubs which cater for a wide selection of interests. Becoming involved with a club is a great way to make new friends and enjoy your university experience.
The Student Committee works closely with the institution to provide various avenues of engagement for the entire student body and to promote a vibrant campus life. Supported by Curtin Singapore, monthly events are organised to cater to a wide range of interests such as sports, arts and community outreach programs.
Curtin Singapore’s Student Committee consistently upholds the school’s vision of creating a bright future for students as emerging leaders, who are always ready to serve, lead and empower the voices of students.
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Badminton Club gives their athletes every opportunity to reach their potential no matter their age or background, as they strive to create a badminton community that is supportive, progressive and encouraging. Since their inception in October 2017, Badminton Club have participated in numerous tournaments and clinched top-three standings for every competition.
Curtin Community Service Club (CCSC) works together as a solid team to make life meaningful for others. They believe in overcoming the sense of detachment and isolation that can dominate today’s busy society by giving back to the community with the best of their ability. From projects such as distributing bread to residents in need at Whampoa Community Club, to cleaning the homes of elderly folks, the CCSC has touched the hearts of many with their commitment to making a difference.
Dance Club is a dynamic team who welcomes anyone with a keen interest in learning dance from the basics, to more advanced techniques, right through to full choreography. They endeavour to be a source of inspiration to other students on campus as they express themselves creatively in showcases, through body, mind and soul.
Futsal Club strives to create and nurture valuable soccer learning experiences for their members. By providing the highest levels of quality soccer training for their players, they aim to enhance their social, emotional and physical health in a positive and safe environment. They also focus on developing all aspects of their games through various tactical, technical and psychological components.
Golf Club aims to provide a comfortable, recreational environment for members, where they can learn and improve their golfing skills at the nearby range, culminating in a full golf course experience at the end of the trimester. Dedicated members also attend lessons with a professional golf instructor as they work towards obtaining their Golf Proficiency Certificate.
KUNCI is a second home for Indonesian students at Curtin Singapore and provides great opportunity for social bonding among their members. KUNCI also coordinates two sporting departments – Basketball and Futsal, both of which regularly participate in PPI tournaments, giving members the chance to gain experience and exposure through competition.
Media Club provides members a platform to enhance their skills in photography, writing and videography. It furthermore gives members an insight into the media industry and prepares them for a competitive workforce through tangible, relevant experiences. Media Club also actively updates information around school on bulletin boards, and throughout the academic term, the team works together to create and publish a campus magazine in readiness for the start of each new year.
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Music Club is a place for individuals with a passion for music to come together as a family. The club provides a platform for members to increase their confidence through performance and to enrich the student body’s appreciation of the musical arts.
The Curtin Singapore Women in Business Club aims to empower women by organizing talks and conferences conducted by successful women from multinational corporations. Besides hearing about their rise to success, students will also hear about their struggles to how they got to where they are today. Additionally, students will be able to network with these women and learn important skillsets.