Student Clubs/Interest Groups

SoC supports a variety of student-run interest groups that will provide students with excellent opportunity to meet and mingle with like-minded peers. Student clubs and interest groups are open to all SoC students.

NUS Students Computing Club

The NUS Students’ Computing Club represents undergraduates in NUS School of Computing. Their mission is to provide support for all undergraduates during their stay at SoC. This is achieved by taking strides in efforts to enhance their welfare, provide leadership opportunities and provide liaising opportunities between the IT industry and them.

More details at their website

Developer Student Clubs (DSC)

Developer Student Clubs (DCS) NUS is a community group where students interested in technology grow their knowledge in a peer-to-peer learning environment and build solutions for the community. DSC NUS comprises of passionate learners with the aim to make a difference in society, in our mission of #TechForGood.

Alongside developing software solutions for Non-Profit Organisations, they run workshops to build generative technology skills amongst the student population. They also organise their annual flagship hackathon Hack for Good where students build solutions to solve challenge statements targeted at community issues.

Find out more:

NUS FinTech Society

The NUS FinTech Society is a passionate community of FinTech enthusiasts committed to learning, growing, and making a real impact in this exciting field. Through workshops, events, and industry projects, we provide valuable knowledge and connect you with leading FinTech companies, offering unparalleled networking opportunities. Our vision is to be the premier student-led FinTech Club, renowned for incubating industry-ready talents and developing cutting-edge financial digital transformation projects. So, if you’re eager to learn, connect, and make your mark in FinTech, the NUS FinTech Society is your launchpad!

Visit their website to find out more.

NUS Games Development Group

NUS Student’s Games Development Group (NUS GDG) is a student interest group formed by students with a passion for making fun, innovative games. They hope to cultivate and encourage creative and innovative ideas from their members who come from all faculties.

Through the combination of their accumulated knowledge of game development and their passion for games, they aim to design their dream games to share with everyone.

Besides making games, NUSGDG also hold workshops on various topics in game development to guide newcomers in taking their first steps. These workshops are either conducted by their more experienced members, or by experts that they’ve invited. They also occasionally invite speakers from the industry to give a talk to their members. For those looking for a challenge, NUSGDG organises annual game jams.

More details at their discord server, or follow them at their instagram.

NUS GreyHats

NUS GreyHats is a special interest group designed to spark students’ interest in information security and advance the level of security proficiency towards the aim of contributing to the growing need for cyber defenders in the government and private sectors. 

They achieve this by investigating the arcane art of ‘hacking’ and revealing the secrets of the shadowy cyber criminal in a fun and engaging approach. They heavily encourage self-exploration but also provide a safe framework of guidance and direction through a close-knit and drama-free community. 

In addition, they take part in international information security competitions as well as organise their own events such as technical sharing talks and hands-on workshops. 

Students interested in joining their Core Team can find out more information at their website or on their Facebook page.

NUS Hackers

In the jargon of the computer programmer, a hacker is someone who strives to solve problems in elegant and ingenious ways. NUS Hackers is a student-run organization committed to the spread of hacker culture & free/open-source software. They provide a support system for hackers in NUS who are currently building things (be it for charity, business or pleasure). They also hold talks, workshops, run hackathons, and maintain open source code for the NUS community.

More details at their website, or you can contact them at their email. 


StartIT serves as the key platform for students passionate in the field of IT and technopreneurship to unite and expand their expertise together.

Today’s Thinkers, Tomorrow’s Technopreneurs.

Mission (4 Pillars of Entrepreneurship):

  1. Learning – To expose members to various fields of tech and entrepreneurship to equip them with the necessary knowledge and skills to start their journey as a technopreneur.
  2. Sharing – To nurture our members by providing the ideal environment for growth, sharing and idea validation.
  3. Networking – To create networking opportunities and interactions between established entrepreneurs and students.
  4. Doing – To provide the necessary guidance, infrastructure, and community for members to start their own endeavours, including microprojects, NOC, and their own start-ups.

Follow them on their instagram  to find out more! 


Women in Tech @ NUS Computing (WiT)

Women in Tech @ NUS Computing (WiT) is a determined group of female undergraduates with a common goal to connect, empower and build a community of female students and alumni to support their journey in tech. 

The three pillars of WiT are:
1. The Advocacy Pillar empowers female students by developing their leadership skills and boosting their confidence through their bi-weekly Lean-In-Circles, WiT Tea Podcast, and Weekly Byte, a weekly Telegram newsletter initiative. 

2. The Career Pillar connects female student with industry professionals to give insight into and expand their outlook on future pathways. This pillar runs the Human Library, mentorship program, industry deep-dive sessions, and incorporate partnerships. 

3. The Community Pillar builds a strong community by creating a space where female students can meet like-minded peers and form lasting friendships. These relationships are forged through the Community Pillar’s frequent Casual Meetups and Welcome Teas.

These are cross-pillar initiatives like International Women’s Day celebrations, WinTech Wonderland, a program where female undergraduates embark on a technical project, and JuneJams, a summer coding camp to introduce coding to female pre-uni students.

Stay connected through our socials.
For more details, visit our website.