The UNSW Student Ambassador Program

The UNSW Student Ambassador Program

The UNSW Student Ambassador Program is aimed at current university students who have a passion for UNSW and would like to share their knowledge, enthusiasm and experiences with prospective students, parents and teachers. 

The Student Ambassador Program is open to both domestic and international undergraduate students. 

This program is accredited by UNSW Advantage as eligible for recognition on your Australian Higher Graduation Statement (AHEGS).
 

What's involved?

Student Ambassadors promote the University across a range of recruitment activities including school visits, campus tours, careers markets and Open/Info Days, providing information about the University's degree offerings and student experience to prospective students, parents and careers advisers. 

What's in it for you?

Get paid work experience and develop your communication and interpersonal skills.

The Student Ambassador position is paid at a General Staff (Casual) Level 1, Step 1 rate, which is currently $33.88 per hour. As this is a paid role, we expect all of our Student Ambassadors to represent UNSW to the highest standard. 

Ambassadors are provided with extensive and ongoing training in order to prepare them for the role and keep their knowledge up to date. Student Ambassadors develop important communication and interpersonal skills and gain valuable work experience, which will boost their career prospects.

This program is also accredited by UNSW Advantage as eligible for recognition on your Australian Higher Graduation Statement (AHEGS).

Position description

Please carefully read through the Student Ambassador Position Description, including the responsibilities and selection criteria, before applying for the program.

How to apply

Applications to become a Student Ambassador in 2020 have closed. Please email Nicholas Fahy at n.fahy@unsw.edu.au with your contact details if you would like to be contacted when applications next open for the program. 

Contacts

For further information please contact Nicholas Fahy: