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    Applications for paid Course Ambassadors now open

    16/10/2019
    Love your course? Then why not get paid to promote it to new students!

    Would you like the opportunity to get paid to promote your course? As a Course Ambassador, you will work flexible hours, gain experience and skills to get you ready for the workplace, inspire future students to follow a similar path to your own, and get involved in loads of MDX events.

    We have a number of roles available for students who are enthusiastic about their course and think they would make an impact. Please check out the JDs for roles at both UG and PG level to check your eligibility and interest, then make your application.

    If you’re not selected as a Course Ambassador, you will still have the opportunity to become Student Ambassador which comes with many of the same opportunities and benefits.

    Job descriptions and how to apply:

    Undergraduate Course Ambassador

    Postgraduate Course Ambassador

    Deadline: 11.59 pm Sunday 27 October

    Not sure if this job is for you? Here’s what some of our CAs think of their roles:

    Raphael:

    "I have enjoyed being able to offer useful information and advice to prospective and returning students. I have learnt that providing all the information or sign posting to the right information for students is very beneficial to students. Being a course ambassador and helping out students has also helped me to develop my problem solving skills."

    Martin

    “I really enjoyed sharing my experiences with students at open evenings and Unibuddy platform, I helped some of them with making important decisions and I have learned a lot about the university, different courses and student experiences as well as challenges.”

    Leslie

    "As an international student, I feel being a Course Ambassador was the perfect opportunity to give back to the community. I've been able to help so many students that were in the same position as me just a bit earlier, and it felt so rewarding to give hope and useful advice to these prospective students. On top of that, you get to develop your networking skills, and it looks amazing on your CV!"

    Bronwyn

    “Becoming a CA was definitely one of my course highlights!  I got to work on fun projects that are completely out of my comfort zone, developed and expanded new and existing skills and worked with some pretty interesting people. If your thinking about becoming a CA yourself, don't hesitate, it is great fun and a wonderful way to meet new people and build your skill set. “

    Please note: applicants must be enrolled Middlesex students in order to be eligible for all of these roles. Candidates must also have registered with UniTemps in order to be paid (you are encouraged to this ASAP).

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