|Monday December 09, 2013||Exeter Student Ambassador Scheme > Examples of typical work|
Examples of typical work
Student ambassadors working for the Student Recruitment Office are trained and normally work on the following events:
- HE/Schools careers fairs
Student Ambassadors attend careers fairs held in schools and colleges and assist in the promotion of Exeter as an institution whilst in addition provide a useful insight into the student experience.
- Leading campus tours
Student ambassadors lead our campus tours (daily on the Streatham Campus, twice weekly at St. Luke's and weekly at Cornwall).
- Supporting/leading incoming visits from schools and colleges
Student Ambassadors assist in the programme of activities offered to incoming school visits when visiting our campus. This may range from running a campus tour to delivering presentations on student life, choosing a course or managing their finances.
- Residentials/Summer Schools
Student ambassadors are employed to work on residentials run on campus aimed at providing students with an insight into University life.
- Open Days/Offer-Holder Visit Days
Student ambassadors take a central role in the running of our pre-application Open Days and Offer-Holder Visit Days held at various times throughout the year.
- UCAS Higher Education Conventions
Some student ambassadors attend the UCAS Higher Education Conventions held around the country and assist in the promotion of the University and its student experience.
- Tutoring Programme
Student ambassadors are engaged in regular tutoring sessions working within schools and colleges in the South West in a bid to increase awareness of Higher Education and the opportunities available.
- Modern Foreign Languages Tutoring Programme
Language specialist student ambassadors work in schools and colleges aiming to increase awareness of modern foreign languages and demonstrate possible progression routes.
- Sutton Trust Academic Routes/Realising Opportunities
Student Ambassadors will have the opportunity to work on the Sutton Trust Academic Routes (STAR) programme which supports young people in years 11-13 with the decision making process. The University is also part of the national Realising Opportunities programme and student ambassadors support this programme engaging in an e-mentoring platform with students across the UK.
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