The role of Student Ambassador is open to all Queen’s students and enables you to develop your communication, organisation, creative, teamwork, interpersonal, leadership and problem-solving skills. You will represent the university, selling and promoting the campus and its benefits, providing information about your personal experience of studying at Queen’s and answering general queries.
You should use your own experience of student life at Queen’s to support prospective students with their UCAS decisions, encouraging the application to QUB where appropriate.In order to qualify for accreditation, you will need to:
- Apply to attend the Queen’s Global Student Ambassador Programme via QWork and, if successful, complete the training which will be held in October. If you wish to be considered to become an ambassador after October, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
As part of the role you will need to be available, when called upon, to undertake paid work, completing activities or a combination of activities from the list below:- Campus Tour Guide - Open Days and Recruitment Events - Conducting Workshops in Schools - Create Blogs/ Vlogs/ other Content - Email and Phone Communications to Applicants - Induct New Students - Online Web Chats - Public Speaking and Presentations - Raise QUB profile in your Home Country - Social Media Influencer - Pathway Opportunity Programme Ambassador
You should complete a total of 60 hours of work in one or a combination of these activities.You will be required to provide a 1,000 word written essay reflecting on the activities you have completed and skills you have learned. Guidance for this essay will be provided.
Contact for further information: email@example.com