Student Ambassador recruitment
If you’re a UWE Bristol student, you can become an Ambassador at any time during your course.
Please note: You must have the right to work in the UK and be a current student at the University.
Benefits to the scheme
There’s a number of benefits to being a Student Ambassador:
- work is flexible 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.
How to become a Student Ambassador
The Student Ambassador Scheme runs multiple recruitment rounds throughout the academic year. Recruitment rounds will be advertised widely when open and will require you to complete an application form. Once the recruitment round deadline closes, all applications for that round will be shortlisted with successful applicants then being invited to interview. If successful at interview, you will be required to complete a set training programme before becoming a Student Ambassador.
Please note: if you apply in a recruitment round you need to ensure you are available for interview/training on the dates stated. Applications cannot be transferred to another recruitment/interview round.
Upcoming shortlisting, interview and training dates
Information on additional 2019/2020 rounds will be published once it has been confirmed.
|Recruitment round||Application form live||Application form deadline||Expected interview date(s)||Expected training date(s)|
|Autumn 2019||22 August 2019||6 October 2019||23, 24, 25, 28, 29 October 2019||
7 November 2019
Interviews: Group interviews last approximately 1.5 hours. You will be able to select from various times in the day.
Training: If successful you will need to attend one mandatory training day.
How to apply
To apply, please access the application form and job description through the UWE Bristol HR job page.
Please note: the application form will only be live during the above stated application recruitment dates.
We expect all applicants to read the job description. This contains full information about the role and contains the job-specific questions you will need to answer in your application form. To help you successfully answer the job-specific questions, please read our guide to completing the application.
Come and find out more
During September, the Student Ambassador team will be holding drop-in sessions and running information stands at several welcome events.
This is your chance to find out more information about becoming a Student Ambassador by talking to the team and current student ambassadors.
We will have a stand at the following welcome events:
- City Campus on Monday 16 September: 10:30–14:30 – SU/Traders, Bower Ashton Campus
- Frenchay Campus on Friday 20 September: 10:30–16:00 – Fresher’s Fair, Exhibition and Conference Centre (ECC), Frenchay Campus
These sessions give you an opportunity to come and meet the team and ask any questions about becoming a student ambassador. Whether you need help understanding the job role or want further information on how to complete the application form – drop by for a chat.
- Frenchay Campus
- Thursday 26 September: 10:30-13:30 – Meeting Room 1, Students’ Union
- Monday 30 September: 10:30-13:30 – Meeting Room 1, Students’ Union
- City Campus
- Friday 27 September: 10:00-14:30 – Students’ Union/Traders, Bower Ashton Campus
- Glenside Campus
- Tuesday 1 October: 10:00-14:30 – Traders
If you have any queries about the role, please contact the
Student Ambassador Scheme.