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What does AUJS stand for?

AUJS stands for the Australasian Union of Jewish Students. We are the peak representative body of Jewish students on and off campuses across Australia and New Zealand. 

How do I find out if AUJS is on my University campus?

Visit your Regions and Campuses page to find out if we are active on your campus.

Can’t find your campus? This may be because we don’t currently have enough volunteers on your campus to register a club. If you are interested in getting involved, please contact us through the above form.

Who can I contact to get Involved in AUJS?

To get involved in AUJS please contact us via the above form or to find out who your Regional Presidents are, please click here.

How do I find out if there are AUJS events happening near me?

The best way to find out about upcoming events is through our Facebook pages.

The AUJS Facebook page is nation wide and you can visit the page by clicking here.

To visit your regional/campus page, please click the relavent link below:


AUJS hosts a variety of events throughout all regions on and off-campus. These events can be found here

Most AUJS events and initiatives fall into one or more of the following portfolios:

Social: VIC and NSW Ball, Purim parties, Yom Ha’atzmaut parties, trivia and bar nights, food stalls on a variety of campuses, summer and winter conferences

Political: Political Training Seminar (Canberra), Regional Political Training Seminars, debates & speaker events

Educational: Leadership Training Summit, Campaigns, EMPOWER

Jewish Engagement: Shabbat dinners, Challah Hangouts, festivities on campus for Purim, Yom Ha’atzmaut, Sukkot and more, Yom Hashoah and Yom HaZikaron speakers

How do I get special consideration for Jewish holidays and shabbat?

If you signed up as a member and selected that you would like to receive supporting documentation for special consideration, your letter will be emailed to you with plenty of notice before the holidays.

If you have not yet signed up as a member, you can do so here

For more information, please contact us via email here

What International Programs does AUJS offer?

AUJS offers students the opportunity to go to Israel with Taglit Birthright Israel. Birthright is the gift to experience an immersive 10-day free trip, exploring Jewish culture, history and identity. We send a number of groups in July, December and February

AUJS offers a 6-week Leadership Development Program for the best and brightest young leaders of our community. LDP visits Israel, the United States and a diaspora country, which changes every year, to learn from the experiences and challenges of Jewish communities around the world. 

You can visit our page here to learn more about International Programs, or contact us via email  here.

What is the Susan Wakil Fellowship?
The Susan Wakil Fellowship is principally a year-long political program for elite Jewish university students across Sydney and Melbourne who have displayed a passion for making a social and political impact.
Through a curriculum of workshops, interstate conferences and guidance from Fellowship Directors, the program endeavours to develop highly-skilled, informed and considered Fellows that are across many important knowledge components.
The learning objectives throughout the year broadly cover the following areas of interest; The Australian Political Landscape (Government, Lobbying, Think Tanks, Policy Development etc), Project Management, Design Thinking, Community Organising and Relationship Building.
Fellows deliver projects in groups over the duration of the year, join AUJS’ annual pilgrimage to Canberra for Political Training Seminar (PTS), and are mentor-matchmade with esteemed professionals in the broader Jewish community.
For more information email us here, or visit the website here

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