Please note that there may also be the opportunity to apply to become a Student Ambassador within your division; you will need to contact your division directly or submit an application using the link below (if available). Students can choose to do ambassador work for both the Central Scheme and their Academic Division.
For more information about the roles available and to support you in completing your application, please refer to the relevant job descriptions under the vacancies tabs below.
Central Ambassador Scheme
Applications are now closed for the Central Student Ambassador Scheme.
Debating Tutor role
We are currently recruiting for the role of Debating Tutor only, within the Central Ambassador Scheme. This is a very rewarding delivery role. Please see the job description below and apply via the Ambassador Portal online application form.
Applications close on Sunday 27th March.
Please be aware that in order to commence employment as a Student Ambassador you must be able to provide your eligibility to work in the UK. For further information, please see the Right to Work in the UK Guidance (PDF).
If you are a Tier 4 visa holder, it is University policy that students may only hold two employment contracts and as such please note that any offer of employment would subject to satisfactory completion of relevant background checks with Human Resources to ensure that the offer falls in line with University procedure.
For any general queries about the Ambassador Scheme, please contact email@example.com.
For queries relating to your application or to the Ambassador Application Portal (technical or other), please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.