UAO Student Ambassadors | University of Oxford

UAO Student Ambassadors

The university's central Undergraduate Admissions and Outreach department (UAO) has a number of programmes which aim to:
- raise aspirations, attainment and progression rates into Higher Education, and to increase the application and offer rates from under-represented target groups.
- support potential applicants, their parents, teachers and other advisors, across the UK and overseas.
- offer information, advice and guidance for prospective applicants, their teachers, parents and other advisers.

Ambassador roles will vary from project to project but you will need to be able to enthusiastically engage with students and/or teachers about your experiences of applying to and studying at Oxford.

If you are interested in hearing about student ambassador opportunities in programmes coordinated by UAO and would like to be added to the mailing list please complete the form at the end of the page - please note that this does not constitute an application for the Ambassador role, but rather an expression of interest.

Open student ambassador opportunities

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Closed student ambassador opportunities

Applications for the 2018/19 roles of UAO Student Ambassador and UNIQ Student Ambassador closed on 9 December 2018.

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