There are a number of opportunities to work whilst you're studying, with flexible paid roles across the university.
Being employed as a Student Ambassador means that you:
- Can work when it's convenient for you
- Have the opportunity to encourage and support current and future students, and visitors
- Will broaden your CV
- Be rewarded with excellent rates of pay.
To find out more:
- Join our virtual drop-in sessions
- Watch our information video on YouTube
- Read the full job description
Closing date: midnight Monday 18 October 2021
Check out our current opportunities
Open Days and Marketing Ambassador - applications now open
Schools Liaison Ambassador - applications now open
International Student Ambassador - applications now open
AskBU Student Ambassador - applications now closed
Join our virtual drop-in sessions
You can also find out more and ask questions at one of our virtual drop-in sessions hosted on Microsoft Teams. Click on the links below to join the session on the date and time shown:
For all roles, you will be required to attend in-person campus tour and manual handling training at Talbot Campus on either Thursday 18 November 17:00-20:00 or Wednesday 24 November 14:00-17:00. In addition, you’ll need to complete some training on Brightspace, which will take around 2.5 hours. You will be paid for completing your training.
Support with your application from the BU Careers & Employability Service
If you're considering applying for a Student Ambassador role don’t forget that you can get support with the application process (CV Writing, CV Reviews etc) by visiting MyCareerHub. There are lots of CV writing tools available and you can make an appointment with one of our Careers Advisers who can review your CV before you send it off.
Don’t forget also that if you aren’t successful in your application, but want to discuss the feedback you received with us to see how you can improve you applications for next time, then we can help you with this as well.