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Student Ambassadors at Cardiff Met

Our Student Ambassadors are an integral part of the promotion of Cardiff Metropolitan University.
The team are constantly on the go assisting the Marketing & External Relations Department and wider institution with events and activities. 
Here you can register your interest to become an ambassador or find out more about the role from the team. 
If you would like further information, please e-mail:



Would you like a job working at the University that fits around your studies? Cardiff Metropolitan University Student Ambassadors work at recruitment events such as Open Days, taster days, applicant days and UCAS fairs promoting Cardiff Metropolitan University.

The role is more varied since COVID and lockdown with opportunities to be involved in Vlogs and virtual presentations, it's a great way to share your experiences and provide a positive and genuine insight into life at University. Our Student Ambassadors are passionate about sharing their first-hand experiences of life at Cardiff Metropolitan University, they have an important role in representing the University and recruiting prospective students.

Being a Student Ambassador is also great for gaining valuable experience for future careers, providing the opportunity to gain valuable experience, and being part of a committed team inspiring the next generation of students to study at Cardiff Metropolitan University.


Abbie Brackpool


Course & Campus: Illustration, Llandaff Campus

Why I became a Student Ambassador:

I found that retail jobs didn’t fit around my studies and I never had time to do uni work or have a social life. Being a student ambassador meant I could choose shifts that fitted around my studies and choose the number of shifts I did. I love the university and doing illustration, the fact I get to talk about both and help new students find the right path for them is really exciting.

Best part of being a Student Ambassador:

I really like making connections with people, I worked at UCAS events in London and Manchester, talking to students about the School of Art and Design, getting the chance to travel with the job is really fun. At open days throughout the rest of the year I recognised students I met at these events and was able to carry on the conversations and help with further with their university choices.

Abbie Brackpool


Cwrs/Campws: Astudiaethau chwaraeon ac addysg gorfforol BSc (Cyncoed Campus)/ TAR Uwchradd addysg gorfforol (Cyncoed Campus)

Pam dewis bod yn llysgennad:

Gwneud gwasanaeth i’r Brifysgol ac i gwrdd â helpu pobl wrth iddynt fynd trwy’r broses o ymgeisio i’r brifysgol.

Rhan gorau o fod yn llysgennad:

Teithio i lefydd gwahanol i gwrdd â phobl newydd a hysbysu’r Brifysgol i fyfyrwyr ifanc.

Abbie Brackpool


Course & Campus: Graduated from BSc Architectural Design and Technology, now studying MDes Global Design in CSAD Llandaff Campus

Why I became a Student Ambassador:

I was already working for the Students Union representing students of CSAD, so I thought why not take the step forward and be able to represent the whole university by being an ambassador. I was fortunate to be given a place here at Cardiff Met and I want to be able to show others that Cardiff Met will give them the same opportunity.

Best part of being a Student Ambassador:

Getting to meet new people and talk to them about what their aspirations are. I was once in their shoes and I know I would have benefited from someone helping me, so I’m glad I can be that person for them.