For a pilot ‘Learning Community Prospective Students’ running this Autumn, we are looking for one student assistant that is currently a student in International Finance Management. Even if you are just about to start the programme, you are a suitable candidate.
As a student assistant, you will support the project manager with content collection, contacting staff and trainers, as well as providing information to students via a webinar in collaboration with the IFM student ambassador. Some of the prospective IFM students, joining us in February 2019, are international. Therefore, we are looking for a student who understands what different experiences students may have (nationality, religion, culture, gender, among others.)
You will work mostly with the project manager for this pilot, who is also a marketing officer at FEB. In addition, you will join the project team meetings, discussing what is relevant content for webinars that we offer as part of this learning community.
Student assistant, International Classroom Project
On average 4 hours per week, for 8 months
Initially from September 15th 2018 – April 1st 2019, with a flexible starting date. The amount of hours per week can be flexible as well, for example during exam weeks.
Ella Sebamalai: Phone 050 3635323, firstname.lastname@example.org
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