Postgraduate Student Ambassador Application Form

Student Ambassadors are the face of the University at events organised throughout the year, such as Open Days and Applicant Visit Days.

At those events, you will be involved with various activities throughout the day including talking to small groups of visitors about your own experience of studying at University and providing campus tours. 

This active role will give you the opportunity to gain valuable experience and could lead to further opportunities as a Student Ambassador throughout the academic year.

Applications deadline: 2 May 

For more information, please see the full Student Ambassador job description

Student Ambassador Application Form
Applicant questions and details
You will need to provide evidence to prove that you are eligible to work in the UK. This is a legal requirement under UK law and you will not be permitted to register unless you can provide the following documents at the interview stage (please sect the option that applies):

NOTE: We cannot accept Driving Licence for UKVI checks and all documents must be originals (no scans/photocopies).

Competency test
You are working an Open Day on accommodation tours and, after the next tour, you have your break scheduled. A member of staff approaches you and asks you to delay your break by one hour, so that you can cover the current rush of tours. This means you are the last ambassador on the accommodation tours to have your break. Do you:
You are working on an Applicant Visit Day. It has been very quiet in your role, and there are not many visitors to interact with. The member of staff working on the registration desk is having to answer visitors’ questions, which is slowing down their ability to register guests. Do you:
You return from your break to a student complaining that the information they have been told in a masterclass is different to what is on the website. Do you:
You are just about to go on your lunch break. A visitor asks you to take them to a room on the other side of the campus. This will mean taking a shorter lunch break. Do you:
You have been placed in a meet and greet role but the coach tours are running behind and are short of ambassadors. The ambassador coordinator asks you to swap roles, but you are not so familiar with this other role. Do you:
You are working on a school visit day. While taking the students on a tour, one student starts to use inappropriate language. Do you:
In your opinion, what is the most important quality you should have to work as a Student Ambassador?
While working on a subject-specific masterclass, you take the students up to the allocated room; however, it is locked. Do you: