Student societies

Student societies

Student societies can help you make the most of your time at the ANU College of Business & Economics. As well as social events, societies can help you make new friends and contacts which may benefit you in your chosen career.   

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CBE societies

The AFEC Students' Society (Actuarial Finance Economics Commerce) Students' Society is the student society for students of the ANU College of Business and Economics. AFEC hosts social events and a number of corporate interactions throughout the year.

The ANU Actuarial Society is a non-profit society which aims to increase awareness about the actuarial discipline, to foster a network amongst actuarial students as well as to facilitate connections and career opportunities with relevant industries. They aim to raise awareness and provide information regarding exemptions, pathway options and other relevant information to the Actuarial discipline. Further information can be found on  


ANU societies

The Australian National University Students' Association (ANUSA) is the representative body of undergraduate students on campus.  ANUSA represents student issues outside the campus, organises social events, and provides some student services which are not otherwise provided by the University.

Postgraduate students are represented by the Postgraduate and Research Students' Association(PARSA).

The Student Information & Guidance Network (SIGN) is a fun, free mentoring program to help you settle in and get the most out of your University experience.


External societies

A national network from ANU, USYD & UNSW, Finance & Banking Society (FINSOC) are a professional student body that connects students with the finance and banking industry.

Information on professional socities with accreditation requirements.

Updated:   3 June 2014 / Responsible Officer:  Dean, Business & Economics / Page Contact:  College Web Team