Our Student Ambassadors, who are all current Leeds Beckett University students, are an integral part of our outreach work. As they navigate their way through contemporary student life, our Ambassadors’ accounts of surviving and thriving at university complement the specialist knowledge of our outreach staff, allowing prospective students to relate to the Ambassadors as role models who are close to them in age.
After they receive training on how to best support individuals to make confident decisions about their progression to higher education, our team of Student Ambassadors then represents our university at a range of outreach activities including careers fairs, UCAS exhibitions and on-site visits. A number of our ambassadors are also trained to deliver workshops for prospective students, which are based on their own course material and give students a taste of studying at Level 4.
If you work in a school or college and are interested in how activities and events involving our Student Ambassadors can benefit your students, email firstname.lastname@example.org .
We recruit new Student Ambassadors annually in November. If you are interested in finding out more about becoming an Ambassador, email email@example.com.
Current Student Ambassadors
We have uploaded the current versions of our Student Ambassador Policy and Procedure documents below. You should have received the password for these documents in an email from the Outreach Ambassadors inbox. If you require further information or need sending a password reminder, email firstname.lastname@example.org or contact Lucia Poole or Claire Rutherford-Chapman, Student Ambassador Co-ordinators, Bronte 101, Headingley Campus.
- Outreach Ambassador Introduction Booklet
- Outreach Work Allocation Policy
- Residential Event Allocation Procedure
- Outreach Behaviour Policy
- Safeguarding and data Protection Policy