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Student ambassador program

Student ambassadors represent and promote the University to the wider community.

Student ambassadors are current students who are passionate to share their degree and university knowledge at recruitment activities with high school students, parents and teachers. Our ambassadors are the face of our programs, with a strong belief in the value of higher education and represent the University enthusiastically and professionally. A key focus of student ambassadors is to increase participation of students from traditionally underrepresented cohorts.

What ambassadors do

  • represent the University across a range of recruitment events such as Open Day, campus tours, career markets, in-school visits, residential programs and online webinars
  • share their lived experience as a university student to demystify concepts of higher education
  • learn and maintain a solid understanding of university degrees, programs, pathways and admission criteria
  • facilitate discussions with high school students about their aspirations, how to achieve them and increase their knowledge about degree options

Benefits of becoming a student ambassador 

  • work flexible hours - student ambassadors will need to be available and commit to large events such an Open Day and Info Day
  • meet new people
  • learn new skills, develop graduate qualities and improve success in post-university careers
  • the role of student ambassador is a paid position (the current hourly rate is $41.44 per hour).

How to apply

Applications open on 11 November and close on 22 November 2021. If you would like to apply, you will need to fill out the 2022 Student Ambassador Application form. Apply now.

If you missed out on the application, you can request a reminder for the next round of recruitment at the end of May 2022. Request reminder.

What's next

You will be notified about the outcome of your application via email. Successful candidates will be invited to attend a group interview.

Successful candidates will be required to attend compulsory induction and training. New ambassadors will be partnered with senior ambassadors to encourage the sharing of knowledge.

 

Domestic Recruitment and Access

Last updated: 15 November 2021

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