A good Student Ambassador is:
Work is casual and flexible to fit around your study commitments, while still building excellent employability skills that will look good on a CV. Events usually take place on a Wednesday or a Saturday so anyone interested in joining the Student Ambassador Scheme would need to be available on these days.
How to apply...
We recruit the majority of new Ambassadors at the start of the academic year. If you would like to become a Student Ambassador, read the job description and complete an application form. Successful applicants will need to attend a short interview and then complete further paperwork before starting work.Student Ambassador Application Form
Those that meet the criteria to become a Student Ambassador will then be invited to a short interview. Successful applicants will be put on the casual work register and availability will be confirmed before each recruitment event.
What our current student ambassadors say...
|Iain, LLB (Hons) Law
"I've been a student ambassador for all 3 years of my course. I've improved my interpersonal skills and it looks good on my CV. It's something extra to regular jobs and stands out to employers."
|Dale, BA (Hons) Drama and Film and Television Studies
"What I enjoy about working at an Open Day is telling people what being a student here is really like, giving honest answers about studying and living here."
|Emma, BA (Hons) Contemporary Film and Video
"I like to talk to people, so being a student ambassador is my perfect job, and I can earn money doing it."
|Kayode, BSc (Hons) Psychology of Sport and Exercise
"Being an ambassador makes me feel that I am part of the uni. In the blue t-shirt I feel like I belong here and I like representing it to visitors."