Become a student ambassador
- have a real enthusiasm for Wrexham Glyndŵr University and the course you are studying?
- enjoy working as part of a team?
- have a positive and happy attitude?
- love meeting new people?
- want to tell your story to others?
- want to earn a bit of extra cash?
If so then we think you'd fit in just fine as one of our passionate team of Student Ambassadors.
By becoming a Student Ambassador and sharing your unique perspective, you'll be playing a vital part in showcasing Wrexham Glyndŵr University to the next generation of students, encouraging them to study and live here and enjoy similar experiences.
What does it involve?
Your main role is to inspire the next generation of students to join us here at Wrexham Glyndŵr University.
You’ll be bursting with excitement to share your positive experiences with potential students and their guests at events like our open days and visits to schools and colleges. You'll share your story with others at presentations and undertake a variety of administration tasks to assist with the admissions and applicant support team.
Not only will your help be invaluable to our Admissions team but being a Student Ambassador can be great for your own personal development. Not only will it look good on your CV, but it will help you to develop teamwork, communication and motivational skills which will prove to be useful in your future career.
Will I need to be trained?
Yes, everything you’ll be asked to do will be covered with training or on-the-day briefings.
Will I get paid?
Yes, Student Ambassadors can earn £8.75 per hour.
What’s being a Student Ambassador really like?
“I was a Student Ambassador for my three years at Glyndŵr; it’s honestly the best job on campus! The hours are flexible, the work is easy and it is great experience for the CV. All you have to do is talk about your uni and be a role model for the next generation looking at higher education. I am so grateful to have been a student ambassador, I have travelled round the UK (with expenses), given talks to hundreds of people and made some great contacts and friends. If you love your Uni and you have a personality that inspires, become a student ambassador.” Billy Paterson, BA (Hons) English
“I first started my role as a student ambassador last summer and since then have fully enjoyed my role; it gives me the opportunity to earn extra money whilst studying. There are many opportunities to work including for example, open days. Other than the money it gave me the chance to meet some really lovely people and make new friends. I would highly recommend applying for this role.” Hayley Roberts, First year student BA (Hons) Families and Childhood Studies
If you think you are perfect for the job or just want more information on the role, contact the university JobShop on firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 01978 293240.