Applications are now closed for 2020/21
Student Ambassadors are undergraduate students who undertake a range of activities for LSE'sWidening Participation and Student Marketing and Recruitment teams. The opportunities are paid, and available on a flexible basis.
Having recently made their own higher education decisions, Student Ambassadors are ideally placed to guide the students they work with and share their experiences of university life.
They lead campus tours, take part in question-and-answer sessions and deliver classroom-based activities. Experienced Student Ambassadors also visit schools and colleges, and represent LSE at higher education and careers fairs. Here they provide application and admissions information and answer questions about student life at LSE.
All LSE Student Ambassadors undergo an enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service check and attend training on subjects including risk management and child protection, preparing them to work with young people.
"Having been a Student Ambassador for the past two years, I have really enjoyed being able to give back to the community and make a difference to young people’s decisions regarding Higher Education.
The benefits of being an Ambassador are incredibly valuable and it brings the opportunity to develop your skills in leadership and communication. I have also been able to share my experiences and advice to those who view me as a role model. It is definitely a privilege to be a representative of one of the most academically acclaimed universities in the world."
Zahrah Mohammad, LLB, Student Ambassador of the Year