We have some fantastic student news today for anyone looking to make a real difference for their University. Course comparison website UniversityCompare.com is searching for University ambassadors from every institution across the nation, could this be you?
Any student who has completed their first year is eligible to register their interest and apply for what could well turn out to be a unique opportunity and also make some much needed cash.
Become a University Ambassador…
As a University ambassador, you would encourage your peers to write engaging reviews of their courses, to be published on www.universitycompare.com. This would help to enrich the platform and also give fantastic guidance for students-to-be using the site to ascertain which University and course they would like to study.
In return for this, ambassadors receive £1 for every review that is received from their University. So, it would be a case of individuals getting back from the venture what they put in and it could well help to alleviate some of the financial burden students’ experience, especially mid-way through terms and semesters.
Becoming and University ambassador could well be perfect for any students wanting a flexible income that they can arrange around busy social lives or other commitments, or if they are in the latter stages of their degree and have a great deal of revision, essays and dissertations to content with.
Post University Reviews to Win £30 Prizes!
So, students can either use the scheme to make money as an ambassador or alternatively any student can post a review and will be immediately entered into a ‘best review’ competition with regular prizes of £30.
Students looking for more information can visit University Compare or drop an email to [email protected]. You can also find a fantastic infographic below which really extolls the virtues of University Compare and what it can offer students financially as we approach the 2014/15 academic year.
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