Who are our Student Ambassadors?
Ambassadors are the face of the University at our open days, applicant
visit days, interview days, conferences and information fairs. Being
current students, they provide a direct and unique insight into student
life and studying here at the University of South Wales.
From what to bring with you when you first move to university, how to cook your first meal, what are the best times to go to the library during exam period, to money management and the best places to get student deals and discounts, our student ambassadors are a front-line font of knowledge and utilize their own individual experiences when advising and answering questions from staff, visitors, prospective students and their families.
Where do our Student Ambassadors work?
The events where our Student Ambassadors work include:
•Scheduled Campus Open Days for 2017 are 29 March 2017 (for students starting in 2017) and 1 July 2017.
What are the benefits of becoming a Student Ambassador?
You will be paid a competitive hourly rate:
role is flexible - you can work as much or as little as you like and
fit the role around your university work and other commitments.
Being a student ambassador is a great enhancement to any CV. Our student ambassadors demonstrate:
How can I become a Student Ambassador?
Student Ambassador programme is organised and managed by the
University's Student Recruitment Team, who hold recruitment events at
certain dates during the academic year. All selected Ambassadors will
undertake training prior to taking up their role. The Student
Ambassadors team is composed of students from all campuses, all courses
and all nationalities.