Student society and clubs

Be part of something you can be proud of and shape your own MBA experience.

Students can get involved by joining one of the many social or industry-aligned clubs, all of which have formal and informal events throughout the year.

AGSM Student Society

The AGSM MBA Student Society is the student elected body which oversees the general affairs regarding the AGSM Full-Time student population. The roles are a long-standing and important part of the MBA experience, working as a bridge between the student population and the AGSM staff. Duties revolve around student representation at executive meetings, stewardship of the program and instigating new mechanisms to improve the experience of an AGSM student. Reaffirming the AGSM culture is also a core part of the AGSM Student Society.

Meet your AGSM Student Society 2017 - 2018


Co-President
Sam Gardner

Co-President
Norman Seck

Finance Manager
Carol Mbaya

External Relations Manager
Jared Toh

Digital Manager
Soham Srivastava

Events Manager
Monica Cheng

Industry Clubs at AGSM

AGSM Student Clubs

AGSM student clubs are run by members of the full-time MBA program. It offers students the chance to get involved, network with other MBA students, meet alumni and learn more about industries that may interest them during their studies.

To find out more about the AGSM visit our website

The Consulting Club

The Consulting Club is one of the largest student run clubs at AGSM. The Clubs purpose is to develop the talent of its members and to create a strong connection with the consulting industry.
President: Mike Ni
EMBA President: Rahul Raina
Contact:consultingclub@agsm.edu.au

The Marketing Club

By understanding that marketing will form a key part of your business strategy, the Marketing Club aims to provide industry best practices through master-classes, workshops and marketing competitions. We will continue to grow and develop strategies and methods for effective and successful marketing results.
President: Jasneet Narula
EMBA President: Ethan Wiseman
Contact: marketingclub@agsm.edu.au

The Women in Leadership Club

The AGSM Women in Leadership Club’s mission is to improve gender equality literacy among its members. Diversity and equality are not solely issues for women, as many AGSM alumni will likely be responsible for managing diverse teams, or even implementing diversity policies within their organisations. Can you afford not to be gender equality literate?
President: Vanessa D'Cruz
EMBA President: Laetitia Fortescue
Contact:wilclub@agsm.edu.au

The Innovation, Commercialisation and Entrepreneurship Club

The I.C.E Club will foster the Entrepreneurial & Innovative spirit and provide club members with resources and opportunities to facilitate a significant step in their entrepreneurial and commercial ventures through collaboration, hard work and fun.
President: Rob Dunn
EMBA President: Amit Sehgal
Contact: iceclub@agsm.edu.au

The Social Impact Club

A club of responsible, holistic individuals, we seek to gather collective input and action from the AGSM community to create tangible societal changes and leave a positive impact.
President: Federico Podesta
EMBA President: Cheree Hunter
Contact:socialimpactclub@agsm.edu.au

The Finance Club

The AGSM Finance Club strives to bridge the gap between the classroom and the financial industry by cultivating relevant and reliable relationships with leading companies and individuals.
President: Yuri Litwinski
EMBA President: Melody Chang
Contact:financeclub@agsm.edu.au

The Public Speaking and Debate Club

One of the most critical skills required in management is communication. Being an effective speaker is crucial to anyone who aspires to be in a leadership position. If you think your public speaking skills could improve, you should join the Public Speaking and Debate Club and help create a platform for the AGSM community to practice this important skill in an environment that will also expand your network.
President: Luca Fiorentino
EMBA President: Pratik Patel
Contact:psdclub@agsm.edu.au

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