We loved this application for the Student Ambassador programme from Myanmar student Than Sin (Mia). Ireland wasn’t top of her list in the early days of researching studying abroad, but she’s certain now that it’s the best decision she ever made!
Why apply to be an Education in Ireland Student Ambassador? This is a good question!.
Students have busy lives, so adding another commitment can seem a big ask. But if you are the right fit, magic happens. So as we head towards the start of the new term, ahead of the tenth anniversary of this flagship programme, we thought we’d share the wisdom of some of our alumni and highlight just how much you stand to benefit from the programme if your application is successful.
When it comes to working part-time while at college, work-life balance is everything. That’s according to Indian student Jitesh Emmanuel, who was lucky enough to get a part-time job on campus at Cork Institute of Technology during his postgrad in Cyber Security.