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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 2019 Student Ambassador intake open on Monday 2 September 2019 and close on Sunday 13 October 2019. The recruitment process involves an initial online application, including a supporting statement, and if successful, you will be invited to attend an assessment day where you will take part in a number of activities designed to allow you to demonstrate the skills and competencies we are looking for in a Student Ambassador. 

Contact us

Michael Khachatour
Student Ambassador Manager

Tel: +44 (0)20 8417 6611
Email us

Contact us

Michael Khachatour
Student Ambassador Manager

Tel: +44 (0)20 8417 6611
Email us

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What the student ambassadors say

"It can be a bit daunting coming to university but student ambassadors are there to give advice, listen and understand. It is a very flexible job - you earn £9 per hour at events like UCAS fairs, open days, various school and college activities and you can choose working times around your other commitments. " Alice

"My journey started at Head Start summer school where my outlook, not only on university life but also my future changed. It inspired me to be a student ambassador so I could share my story and experiences, but also made me realise my own potential and capabilities," Hannah

 

Staffspace document My Kingston: Please note that this link is to My Kingston, our student intranet, so are only accessible to current students.

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