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The Student Ambassador Scheme is aimed at Northeastern University London students who share a passion for the University and are able to share their experience and knowledge with potential students, current students, faculty, staff and alumni.

Representing Northeastern University London as a Student Ambassador is exciting and rewarding and being a part of the Ambassador scheme is not only a fantastic way to earn money but it is also a perfect way to develop employability skills and gain work experience whilst meeting other students from a range of backgrounds.

Student ambassadors also play a vital role in a wide range of student experiences and outreach activity.

They can be involved in a wide range of activities such as:

  • attending school fairs
  • running events
  • supporting faculty at conferences
  • blog writing
  • making Tik Toks and much more

Whatever your interest, if you are passionate about the University there is something for you to get involved in!

The work is designed to be flexible around studies and welcome all students to be part of the programme.

Why Get Involved?

If you love studying at Northeastern University London you will want to get involved!

You’ll develop new skills that will set you apart when you are applying for graduate roles  (or even improve upon some you already have) such as communication, team building, leadership, presentation and public speaking.

Many of our Ambassadors have improved these crucial skills whilst working here, but you can read more about that on their Ambassador Profiles!

You will receive training and support throughout your time as an Ambassador and you can decide how often you work.

It is also a great way to meet other students and make wonderful friends – many of our Ambassadors enjoy this element!

You can also get references for future employment.


Senior Student Ambassador – £13.00 per hour*

Student Ambassador – £12.00 per hour*

*correct as of February 2023

Contact Us

If you have any questions about becoming a Student Ambassador, or about the scheme in general please contact