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Student Ambassadors

Here at Kingston University we have a team of around 400 talented and committed Student Ambassadors, from across all faculties and levels of study, who represent the University all year round.  

Student ambassadors at Kingston UniversityStudent Ambassadors go through a competitive recruitment process and are provided with extensive induction training that covers a wide range of topics including child safeguarding, working with adults an young people, working at recruitment events and international development.

As a Student Ambassador you will be an integral part of the success of the University and help deliver events and projects on and off campus.

By joining the scheme, you will:

  • Receive training and professional development opportunities 
  • Enhance your CV and employment experience with opportunities to work in many different roles
  •  Earn the London Living Wage with the flexibility to choose when you work 
  • Make friends and build valuable networks 
  • Work in a fun, inclusive and rewarding environment!

How to apply

Applications for the 2020–21 Student Ambassador intake will open in January 2021. The recruitment process will involve an initial online application, including a supporting statement. If successful, you will be invited to attend an assessment session where you will take part in a number of activities designed to enable you to demonstrate the skills and competencies we are looking for in a Student Ambassador.

Contact us

Michael Khachatour
Student Employment Manager

Email

Contact us

Michael Khachatour
Student Employment Manager

Email

What the student ambassadors say

"I would definitely recommend being a student ambassador to any student who is considering it. You meet many other students at the university who you wouldn't ordinarily see and work with so many different types of people. If I work a five-day week as a student ambassador, each of those five days will be completely different and have new challenges to face." Justin, Motorsport Engineering

"I became an ambassador as I wanted to represent Kingston University and to talk to prospective students about my positive experiences. I also joined the Student Ambassador Scheme as I wanted to work in a fun environment where I felt as if I had made a positive impact on someone's day." Gemma, Drama

"I would 100% recommend it. Being able to apply for quick ‘one off' jobs that fit around your studies is a great financial resource to have at Uni. Being a Student Ambassador also develops your professional skills with every new job you apply for." Seb, Human Geography

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