Student Ambassadors are current students who are recruited, trained and paid to support events and activities on behalf of UWE Bristol. They are responsible for representing the University in campus, community, school and college settings.
What does a Student Ambassador do?
As an Ambassador, you would primarily support student recruitment and outreach activities, as well as getting involved with wider university events including:
- Open and Offer Holder Days
- course taster days and selection events
- welcome and course inductions
- photography and filming
- presentations and interactive workshops
- school and college visits
- providing campus tours
- UCAS and Higher Education (HE) recruitment fairs across the South West and the UK.
The benefits of getting involved
As a Student Ambassador you can:
- work flexibly around your studies
- develop your communication, leadership and team-working skills
- gain valuable experience in a large organisation
- enhance your customer service skills
- support UWE Bristol’s recruitment and outreach activities
- be a role model for Higher Education
- gain great experience to boost your CV.
The benefits that Student Ambassadors offer staff
As a member of UWE Bristol staff, you can request support from Student Ambassadors for events and activities. Ambassadors can support in roles such as:
- promoting the student experience
- running activity sessions
- supporting course talks and showcasing course facilities
- manning registration desks and information stands
- meeting and greeting
- providing campus tours.
Please note: the scheme is only open to staff at the University. UWE Bristol students cannot submit requests and the scheme is also closed to external organisations.