If you are confident, enthusiastic and passionate about Queen Mary University of London, then you could be a fantastic addition to the UK Student Recruitment (UKSR) ambassador team.
26 September 2017
“Working for the UKSR ambassador programme has been one of the best decisions I’ve made at university. It has broadened my CV massively and given me a wide range of new skills. I've had so much fun as the work is always varied and it's really supported me throughout my time here. I've also met so many lovely people and have learnt to be a lot more confident when meeting new people.” – Sarah Garnham, UKSR Ambassador and recent QMUL graduate
Ambassadors work closely with UKSR to deliver engaging and dynamic outreach programmes for a wide range of audiences. Through talks, tours and events, they motivate and inspire young people, broaden public knowledge of QMUL and promote the many exciting courses on offer at our London campuses.
Ambassador responsibilities are diverse and include:
The programme is open to all students at QMUL. This includes foundation, undergraduate, postgraduate taught and postgraduate research.
UKSR Ambassadors represent the face of QMUL and are often the first point of contact for visitors.
We are looking for students who are:
Be part of something.
As a UKSR Ambassador, you will join a dynamic team of students from all over the world. From undergraduate to postgraduate, BSc to BA, the scheme provides a supportive and stimulating network for students of all academic backgrounds.
Bring the ‘QMUL experience’ to life.
The university experience is unique to every student and each of our ambassadors has a personal story to tell. Through tours, workshops, talks and events, they bring university to life and provide valuable insights into the QMUL experience.
Build your CV and develop valuable professional skills.
Professional skills and experience have never been more important for graduates and the UKSR ambassador programme provides many opportunities to strengthen your CV:
The UKSR ambassador contract is flexible, meaning that students have the freedom to select when they work. This ensures that the programme fits well with academic study and helps students to maintain a manageable balance between their professional and academic work.*
*Although ambassadors have the freedom to select their hours, they are expected to work regularly throughout the year and are contracted to work at a number of compulsory events.
To apply, visit www.qmul.ac.uk/uksrambassadors