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The Deakin Commerce Society (DCS) is the largest student society on the Melbourne Burwood Campus. DCS has been able to provide an important link between Commerce students at Deakin and graduate employers throughout Melbourne and Australia.
The society also aims to engage students through its social events to help provide a balanced lifestyle for students at university. Deakin Commerce Society: the link to your future.
Deakin Commerce Students Society - Geelong
The Deakin Commerce Students Society (DCSS) is one of Deakin’s largest societies and aims to enhance the quality of academic life and career prospects for students and to expand professional, academic and social networking opportunities.
Typical social events held by the DCSS throughout the year include: first-year intro night, annual ball, and trivia nights. Professional Events include a graduation fair and a vacation fair, which gives students enrolled in the Bachelor of Commerce the opportunity to meet professionals in that field. The DCSS is also involved in many community services based events.
Deakin University Commerce and Law Society - Warrnambool Campus
The Deakin University Commerce and Law Society (DUCLS) is a group that consists of students from Deakin with particular interests in the fields of Commerce and Law. This is a society with its base at the Warrnambool Campus, but any Deakin student can join.
DUCLS caters for Commerce, Management and Law students and offers a varied social program and guest speakers on areas of interest to club members.
Deakin Law Students' Society - Melbourne Burwood Campus
The Deakin Law Students' Society (DLSS) is a great way to get involved at uni, and competing in the DLSS competitions enables you to win trophies and prizes, make friends, and build your CV.
Attending careers events also gives you a head start when it comes time to find a job, whether you want to work in the legal industry or not. And of course there are all the parties which are a great way to meet fellow law students!
So get involved and if you enjoy the activities that the DLSS runs then you might even want to join the 2012 committee at our annual AGM towards the end of Trimester 2. Joining the DLSS will help you to make lifelong friends with people you will see throughout your career, but also enhances your employability by building your CV.
Please contact the secretary for further information!
Deakin Law Students' Society - Geelong Waurn Ponds Campus
Deakin Law Students' Society (DLSS) provides both social and educational advantages for all law students. Aside from providing advocacy for all law students, getting involved with the DLSS will allow you to network and socially interact with other law students from other universities not just Deakin, but will also open educational and professional windows and opportunities.
Deakin Graduate Business Society - Postgraduate Students
The Deakin Graduate Business Society has been initiated by a group of students looking to unite and strengthen relations between students, the Faculty and the business community. Our aim is to build lasting relationships with academic staff, peers, and business leaders within the community.
Our primary goal is to bring together the student body at the Deakin Graduate School of Business, in order to build relationships, which will continue into a strong alumni association.
We recognise the importance of future networking opportunities that will emerge from this student association and would like as many Deakin Graduate School of Business students to be involved as possible.
This association also acts as a peer support group where students can speak freely about problems with coursework, tests and course selection. The Deakin Graduate School of Business Society is open to all postgraduate students enrolled in Deakin Graduate School of Business courses.
Deakin Interactive Group for Information Technology and Systems (DIGITS) is an amazing froup of students which helps to increase student engagment, establish partnerships with industry, develop industry, develop employability skills, create motivating activities to enhance student’s overall calibre and helps students in many ways.
The group organises several social events like BBQs, DIGITS Ball, DIGITS fun time on Facebook, networking events, recruitment workshops and seminars to facilitate the overall development of students through a range of social and academic activities.
The group has several industrial partners like PwC, KPMG, E&Y , Deloitte, GS1, IBM, ACS-Young IT, APESMA, Professional Pathways Australia (PPA), Mahindra and Satyam.
You can also find DIGITS on Facebook.