Business student clubs and societies

AUT Business School students pro-actively self-manage business and economics clubs and societies. These clubs are a platform to sharpen your skills and build industry links, with industry leaders frequently giving guest lectures and providing industry insights and career advice.

Beta Gamma Sigma

Top students in undergraduate and postgraduate business degree programmes at AUT will be invited to join this prestigious international honours society.

Mission and background

Established in 1913 in the United States, the society’s mission, “to encourage and honour academic achievement in the study of business, to foster personal and professional excellence, to advance the values of the Society, and to serve its lifelong members”.

Beta Gamma Sigma website

The Breakfast Club

Formed over two decades ago by business students, the Breakfast Club is AUT’s longest standing student society. It is a forum for learning, debate and discussion with some of New Zealand’s top business and political leaders.

Guest speakers share their inspirational stories, insights and life-experiences around the challenges of leadership, teamwork, innovation, brand-building and economic development, while interacting with the next generation of talented young business leaders.

The Breakfast Club on Facebook

AIESEC: business leadership

Present in over 126 countries and territories and with over 90,000 members, AIESEC is one of the largest global, student-led organisations focused on youth leadership development.

AIESEC New Zealand offers opportunities within the local community, helping students realise their leadership potential through the Youth Talent programme. AIESEC also helps business students looking to do their co-operative education work placement overseas, through placement opportunities around the world.

AIESEC NZ on Facebook

Investment Club

The AUT Investment Club is for business students who are interested in a finance career and who want to get practical experience and make industry connections.

The club gives you the chance to:

  • Enhance your skill set and employability
  • Gain insights the finance industry and careers
  • Get involved in community projects

AUT Investment Club on Facebook

Accounting Association

The Accounting Association aims to enrich the experience and employability of accounting students by holding events where students can improve their networking skills and industry knowledge.

The Accounting Association is supported by the AUT Business School, CPA Australia and CA ANZ.

AUT Accounting Association on Facebook

MARS@AUT

MARS@AUT is a business student initiative with a focus on marketing, advertising, retail and sales.

It connects students, academics and industry professionals by providing networking opportunities in a collaborative business environment on and off campus.

Economics Society

The AUT Economics Society gives students the opportunity to develop their personal and professional skills.

Industry speaker sessions, supportive study groups and networking events help to foster and nurture the leadership abilities you need for entering the job market, and give you the chance to draw advice and inspiration from industry members.

AUT Economics Society on Facebook

Management Consulting Club

The AUT Management Consulting Club gives business students the opportunity to develop their skills by taking part in case competitions with other universities.

Club members build expert teams and represent AUT at national and international competitions, applying analytical, problem-solving and strategic skills to present their cases. Students increase their career readiness, develop business connections and networks, and may get the chance to demonstrate their skill in front of prospective employers.

MCC on Facebook

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