Become a Student Ambassador
- Have a real enthusiasm for Wrexham University and the course you are studying?
- Enjoy working as part of a team?
- Have a positive and happy attitude?
- Love meeting new people?
- Want to tell your story to others?
- Want to earn a bit of extra cash?
If so, then we think you'd fit in just fine as one of our passionate team of Student Ambassadors.
By becoming a Student Ambassador and sharing your unique perspective, you'll be playing a vital part in showcasing Wrexham University to the next generation of students, encouraging them to study and live here and enjoy similar experiences.
What does it involve?
Your main role is to inspire the next generation of students to join us here at Wrexham University.
Depending on your skillset and interests, duties can include:
- Sharing your positive experiences with potential students at open days, UCAS fairs and visits to schools and colleges.
- Assisting the admissions team with a variety of administrative tasks.
- Posting to our Instagram feed to give insight into our courses and student life
- Answering potential students’ questions online as one of our Unibuddy team.
- Modelling in promotional photoshoots and videos.
- Being interviewed for videos, press releases, case studies.
Not only will your help be invaluable to our Communications, Marketing, Recruitment and Admissions teams, but being a Student Ambassador can be great for your own personal development. It will help you to develop teamwork, communication and motivational skills, which will prove to be useful in your future career – and look great on your CV.
Will I need to be trained?
Yes, everything you’ll be asked to do will be covered with training or in on-the-day briefings.
Will I get paid?
Yes, Student Ambassadors earn £9.90 per hour.
What’s being a Student Ambassador really like?
Emma Telfer, Psychology
"The endless opportunities to be involved in amazing things is one of the parts I love most about the university. I am currently a Student Ambassador and through this role I have been offered opportunities such as Instagram takeovers, blogs (such as this) to share my experiences with others, research opportunities and training opportunities like becoming a TrACE champion for the university. "
Lauren Jones, 2nd year BA Education and Childhood Studies
“Becoming a student ambassador has helped me greatly with my confidence and has helped me meet lots of amazing people that I might not have otherwise! I'd highly recommend becoming a student ambassador if you can!”
Emyr Owen, 3rd year Computer Science
“I started as a Student Ambassador at the end of my first year at Glyndŵr and I’ve enjoyed the experience ever since. Since becoming a Student Ambassador, I have taken part in many different jobs, including many open days, some open evenings and I’ve enjoyed every experience all the time. The role has helped me make new friends and to improve my personal skills, such as working as a team, and communication skills, which also boosts my CV. The role has also helped me financially, which is a great help, especially whilst I’m studying, and the hours are very flexible and work around my studies. Being a Student Ambassador is a lot of fun, and I highly recommend the job to anyone.”
Lizz Morley, BA Social and Cultural History
“I became a student ambassador in my first year. The opportunities this has given me are amazing. I have travelled around Britain promoting the University, meeting good people from different universities along the way. I work open days which I love, as I get to meet nervous people who leave feeling hopeful and full of ambition. The student life talks have been the best experience so far, inspiring teenagers who did not enjoy school. I have grown in confidence with this role and I now feel comfortable talking in front of people. This will help in my future career. “
Emma Tattum, Broadcasting, Journalism and Media Communications graduate
“Working as a #WGUInsider increased my confidence and gave me a platform to use the skills I learnt throughout my degree.
“Being a student means you can sometimes isolate yourself from the outside of your course. Working as an insider meant I attended some events and met new people. Networking was one of the best aspects of it.”
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