You must consider how you meet the criteria detailed in the person specification within your application form - please don’t attach your CV.
If you are invited to an interview, we will do this online using Microsoft Teams
You will need to provide a contact for an academic or work reference if you are offered a student ambassador role. We will only request this if you are offered a position. You will also need to provide your passport or birth certificate and your National Insurance number.
The role also requires a satisfactory Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check. If you are offered a position you will need to complete the DBS application online and pay the £60 fee but the University will reimburse you when you start your student ambassador role.
If you are an international student, you will also need to provide a Certificate of Good Conduct from your home country.Apply now
We will be holding some Microsoft Teams Live ‘find out more’ sessions in October 2021. This is your opportunity to ask our team any questions about the role. You will also hear about the recruitment process, and how to use your skills and experience to make the best possible application. We recommend you attend one of these online sessions before submitting your application.
Become a Student Ambassador
Watch our pre-recorded session for more details about becoming a Student Ambassador
Click on the session you want to attend at the start time and you will be able to join us live.
For any queries, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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