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Social activities organised throughout the semester are a great way to network with colleagues and get to know academic and administration staff. These include lunches, cultural programs, excursions, workshops with industry, and more.

Students are also invited to attend the Leaders Institute research seminars which capstone project students share their latest research on campus or online for feedback from and discussion among colleagues. Masterclasses and micro-credentials may be considered for credit and professional development. 

Students can participate in a range of intensive classes, conferences, and national events to form new networks and build relational learning experiences. Student Supports Officers help students connect with fellow students who have similar interests to balance out studies with recreation, hobbies, and sports. The Student Representative Committee also hosts events as part of student life at Leaders Institute.

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