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Student Ambassador CV Template (Text Format)


Resourceful Student Ambassador with experience bridging the gap between university management and students. A proven leader with a history of success in building relationships and promoting university life. Dedicated to acclimating freshers to the university environment and providing support across all levels throughout their stay. Seeking to leverage my expertise to improve students’ experience, academic achievements, and adherence to university policies.


University of Bristol, Bristol (2020-2023)
BA (Hons) Philosophy — expected result: upper second class honours (2:1)

St. James Secondary School, Leeds (2013-2020)
A-Levels: Maths (A), Philosophy & Ethics (A), English Literature (A)
GCSEs: 10 A-C including Maths, English, and ICT


Student Ambassador, 2020 – Present

  • Perform office administrative tasks, including responding to phone calls and providing feedback to prospective students upon request
  • Act as a positive role model to over 3,000 university students, promoting university values and academic excellence
  • Collaborated with colleagues to coach 1000+ freshers in small groups to reach academic excellence
  • Organise sports competitions in line with university standards to promote a healthy lifestyle
  • Served on 4 disciplinary committees for breaches of university policy, such as property damage, bullying, examination malpractice, and racial discrimination

Student Ambassador, May 2017 – November 2018

  • Supported the school’s effort to improve the quality of education and students’ experience through exemplary leadership and administration, including data entry, event coordination, and coaching programmes
  • Assisted the school counsellor in organising school-related events such as fairs and academic planning programmes over three terms
  • Advocated for the rights of students in School Governors’ meetings and effectively communicated school policies to 2000+ students
  • Initiated an online platform for complaint submission to enhance confidentiality and prevent harassment or intimidation which reduced incidents of bullying by 17%
  • Rated 5/5 as a tour guide by parents and prospective students for enlightening them of the opportunities available within the school environment


  • Public speaking
  • Time management
  • Networking
  • Presentation skills
  • Interpersonal skills
  • Administration
  • Organisation


  • Avid tennis player
  • Amateur viola player
  • Enjoy sewing

Skills to list on your student ambassador CV

Before you begin writing, make sure you know how to write a CV in a way that best emphasises your strengths.

A student ambassador is a representative of the school or university that they attend. Ambassadors need to have a deep knowledge of the school, its courses, and its culture to work with admissions to recruit new students, promote the university, and provide tours.

Ambassadors also collaborate with local alumni groups, keeping them up-to-date on what’s happening at the school and helping organise joint events. To be selected for an ambassador role, you typically need to make a CV that shows you’re academically successful, involved in extracurricular activities, or a proven leader.

If you’re interested in securing a job as a student ambassador at your university, showcase the following abilities on your student ambassador CV to prove you have the soft skills (aspects of your personality) and hard skills (abilities acquired through training) required for the role:


  • Communication
  • Organisation
  • Problem solving
  • Teamwork
  • Interpersonal skills
  • Public speaking
  • Time management
  • Leadership
  • Initiative
  • Cultural intelligence
  • Dependability
  • Active listening
  • Coordination
  • Event planning
  • Flexibility
  • Stress management


Ida Pettersson, a CV Genius careers expert and CV writing specialist.
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Ida Pettersson

After graduating from New College of Florida with a BA in Philosophy and Chinese Language and Culture, Ida moved to Hong Kong to begin her own career journey and finally settled in Taiwan. Her insights on CV writing, interview strategies, and career development have been featured on websites such as LawCareers.net, Digital Marketer, and SheCanCode.