Student Ambassadors

Become a community leader! Student Ambassadors represent different UNSW faculties and services to the student population and wider community.

Here you can find details of both paid and voluntary opportunities that exist across campus. As Student Ambassador positions often involve important university marketing activities, programs look for individuals who are engaged in university life and their course, have a high level of professionalism and excellent interpersonal skills to use in delivering presentations and communicating with others.

Many of these opportunities have been approved by UNSW Advantage as eligible for recognition on your Australian Higher Education Graduation Statement (AHEGS).

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Arc Philanthropy

Arc Philanthropy (Phil') volunteers put the fun in fundraising through bake sales, barbecues, the Charity Concert, Personal Challenges and the 24 Hour Fun-A-Thon. Phil' volunteers make a huge difference by uniting the…

Co-op Scholar Ambassador

Co-op Scholar Ambassadors are current Co-op Scholars that actively promote the UNSW Co-op Program to high school students through school visits and information events.

Higher Degree Research (HDR) Student Representatives

The School of Public Health and Community Medicine (SPHCM) HDR Student Representative is a voluntary position. 3 HDR student representative positions are available. The objectives of the positions are to provide feedback…

Student Ambassador, UNSW Built Environment

The UNSW Built Environment (BE) Student Ambassadors (SAs) main role is to assist, on a needs basis, with the marketing and promotional activities of BE throughout the university year. Ambassadors are often the first…

Student Exchange Ambassador

The Student Exchange Ambassador program works with selected UNSW students who have been on exchange, are passionate about their exchange experience and wish to share their insight and knowledge with prospective outbound…

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 and enthusiasm with prospective students, parents and teachers. 

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