Student-led clubs are an integral part of the University learning process. The academic experience is enriched by participation in extracurricular activities that allow students to pursue their personal interests beyond the classroom. Whether it is arts, science, culture, history or social, there is always a place for all students’ interests.
In addition to the groups working with the Student Services Office, the College of Engineering supports a number of discipline-based student professional chapters. These are connected to the various academic programs and offer a number of opportunities for students to be involved in their activities or participate in professional events.
The Cooking Club will teach students how to cook different recipes. Members of the club will learn more about the different foods from cultures around the world and is open to all culinary levels and skills. The Club is planning to hold cooking challenges/competitions and shows throughout the academic year.
The KU Physics Club is a new club created to raise awareness to the field of physics and it’s employment opportunities. The current physics students will share their learning experiences and expand their knowledge of physics outside of classrooms through engaging and entertaining activities related to the major.
The Volunteering Club will engage in all volunteering activities, both within the KU Community, and the UAE Community at large. Their mission is to encourage KU students to engage in volunteer work outside the 80hrs required to graduate, support all KU volunteering opportunities, and bolster the UAE’s community of volunteers.
The club raises awareness about the different career paths that are within or related to surgery.
The club focuses on competitive games and the experience around it.
The club aims to bring the best of the student’s artistic skills in photography, directing and acting.
The club allows students to engage and educate KU students to participate in Japanese theme-oriented events to learn more about the culture, history and food aspects of the country.
The club educates students about the beauty of what lays beyond our blue planet, such as planets, stars, and galaxies.
Initiated in 2015 the club introduces and teaches the Korean culture, heritage and language to the university community.
The club encourages KU students to express themselves creatively and artistically. The club acts as a creative outlet for the students and helps improve their artistic abilities by giving them chances to perform, learn, and work with others.
The club unleashes the adventurous personality of Khalifa University students and reconnects them with their mother nature.
Introduced in 2013, the club aims to create a simulative atmosphere for youth to spread and share their ideas and improve their literature.
The Petroleum Engineering program is supported by the student chapter, SPE and provides activities that are broadly divided into technical and social functions.
The mission of the ASCE Student Chapter at KU is to provide an enriching experience to its members and to build academic, social and professional relationships in addition to developing leadership, advocating lifelong learning and promoting professionalism.
AIAA students interested in the aerospace field a chance to meet other students with similar interests, the opportunity to hear aerospace-related guest speakers, and to participate in a variety of activities, including field trips, group projects, and social events.
ASME helps develop solutions to real world challenges enables collaboration, knowledge sharing and skill development across all engineering disciplines, while promoting the vital role of the engineer in society.
IEEE prepares Khalifa University students to face challenges of the outside world and equip them with all the sufficient knowledge of their own field as well as being distinguished by their awareness of other fields’ progress and their ability to communicate with others.