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Job vacancy: Student ambassadors for the MSc Crisis and Security Management

5 July 2024

We are looking for a student ambassadors for the MSc Crisis and Security Management CSM specialisations:

  • Governance of Violence
  • Governance of Crisis
  • Governance of radicalism, extremism and terrorism
  • War and Peace Studies
  • Cybersecurity Governance

Job description

As a student ambassador, you help recruit new undergraduate students. This entails on the one hand helping organise various activities for prospective students and on the other hand delivering presentations to prospective students during the master’s (online) Open Day. It is a varied job with many responsibilities and challenges.

As a student ambassador you work for the Leiden University Faculty of Governance and Global Affairs and with the Institute for Security and Global Affairs. You are in close contact with the communication departments of Leiden University and the study coordinator of the Master Crisis and Security Management.

You will also work with Unibuddy. UniBuddy is an online platform on the Leiden University website that makes communication between prospective and current students easy. Prospective students get information from current students and a student's perspective on what studying at Leiden University really looks like.

Your Responsibilities

Together with the study coordinator and a communication advisor, you will

  • help organising the Master’s Open Days, and give presentations (online and live) about the programme and student life on these events;
  • coordinate and organise student for a day events for your specialisation;
  • answer questions via Unibuddy and emails.

Your profile

We are looking for an enthusiastic student from the Crisis and Security Management Master's programme with the following competencies and skills:

  • Enthusiastic about the degree programme;
  • Good social and communcation skills;
  • Fluency in English (spoken and written), Dutch is a plus;
  • Feel comfortable speaking in front of a large audience and/or a camera;
  • Organisational talent;
  • Sense of responsibility;
  • Open and active attitude;
  • Independent.

The position is for 2 hours per week on average. We are looking for students who can start a.s.a.p. and who are available till July 2025 and particularly during our recruitment activities. In January and July you will mostly have Unibuddy, and no events.

Important date: 

  • 17 and 18 October: Online Master's Open Day in The Hague
  • 14 February: Master Open Day in The Hague

More information and how to apply

If you have any questions, please contact Benedicte Dobbinga.

Email your application letter (including your student registration number) and curriculum vitae as soon as possible and no later than 6 September to Benedicte Dobbinga, communication adviser, b.h.p.m.dobbinga@fgga.leidenuniv.nl. Interviews will be held in Wijnhaven. 

Please note: all applicants need to have a working permit and a Dutch Health Insurance.

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