The faculty is looking for enthusiastic and motivated international student ambassadors. We would like to form a small team of 6 student ambassadors who can help us bridging the gap between prospective (international) students and the faculty.
In a small team, you will be assigned a key area for which you will be responsible, but you will also closely work together with other student ambassadors in the team and faculty staff.
Key areas are: 1) webinars, campus tours, direct contact and 2) social media, email contact with prospects, administrative jobs. Besides these two key areas, there will be other tasks as well such as helping out with faculty events.
What we offer
Each student ambassador will get a student assistant contract for approximately 4 hours per week. Please note a Dutch health insurance is required for a student assistantship.
Who can apply
If you are an international 2nd year Bachelor, pre Master or MSc student from FEB and you are interested in becoming a student ambassador, then please send us your motivation letter and CV. In your information please make sure to include your nationality, study programme and student number.
When selecting candidates for this position, we will look for diversity of students. On 24 and 25 November, we will do interviews with the candidates selected.
If you are interested in this position, please send your letter and CV and your preference for key area by email to email@example.com
Please mention in your email subject title: student ambassador.
Deadline to send us your application is 4 November 2016.
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