Meet our Student Ambassadors

About our Student Ambassadors

RMIT Training Student Ambassadors are current, or recently graduated students, who volunteer with the Student Experience team to represent the student body, assist with event coordination, giving informal mentoring to fellow students, and share their experiences as an international student at RMIT Training.

Meet Azam

Hello, my name is Azam and I’m from Sri Lanka. I am a 19-year-old Information Technology Student, and I will be studying Data Science at RMIT University. Photography and video editing are some of my interests. Anything about cars and planes? I will be the person you need to meet. I'm looking forward to becoming your friend.

Meet Walaa

Hello everyone! I’m Walaa, a Saudi who grew up in England. I will be studying my passion, Interior Design, at my dream university. I hold a Diploma in Interior Design and received a GCSE in engineering design in secondary school. I started working in cafes as a barista this year, and I have worked my way to supervisor. I love making new friends, making people happy and being helpful. My hobbies include dancing, makeup artistry, photo/videography and traveling. I can’t wait to meet everyone!

Meet Haran

Hello everyone! My name is Haran, and I am from Singapore. I am currently in my second semester in the Health, Science and Engineering stream before I start my Bachelor of Aviation (Pilot Training). My interests include snow sports, like snowboarding, and reading comics. I have been in Melbourne since February this year and I am more than happy to help you if you are facing any difficulties in settling into your new life here.

Meet Shea

Hello, my name is Lie Phing, but a lot of people call me Shea. I’m from Indonesia and currently undertaking the Foundation Studies Art, Design and Architecture stream before starting my Bachelor of Design in Animation and Interactive Media. Everything about Melbourne is amazing and new to me, I'm fascinated by the seasons here. I enjoy writing stories, jogging, photography, playing games and listening to music. If you have trouble settling into your new life in Melbourne, I’m happy to help you!

Meet Chan

Good morning, good evening or goodnight, everyone! My name is Chanrith but I prefer Chan. I am 18 years old, and I am from Cambodia. I am studying Foundation Studies and I will be a student of Software Engineering at RMIT University. I am enthusiastic with whatever I do, and I am keen to experience lots of things. I love making new friends and participating in social activities. Let’s make this year the best year ever!

Meet Sunayana

I am Sunayana from Nepal. I am in my second semester of Foundation Studies, Science, Engineering and Health before starting my Bachelor of Computer Science. Melbourne has been wonderful for the past seven months, and the best part is the cute, little cafés I explore with friends during mini-breaks from class. Melbourne won't let you down if you are an art fanatic like me! I like to paint, hang out with friends, or work on tech projects. I am eager to help you explore Melbourne.

Meet Derek

Hi there, my name is Derek and I’m from Singapore! I’m in my first semester of Foundation Studies and will be starting the Bachelor of Animation next year. I have been in Melbourne for 2 months and I am enjoying it a lot. I like exploring the city, meeting new people, and social events with my friends. Everyone here is fun to talk to and get to know. I’m sure you will enjoy your time here! I speak both English and Mandarin, contact me if you need help or want someone to chat with!


Why become a Student Ambassador?

Volunteering as a Student Ambassador gives you invaluable experience of working in a team, gaining leadership and communication skills, and boosting confidence, whilst creating lasting friendships with other Ambassadors. You’ll also have lots of fun along the way and have your chance to shape the experience of other students at RMIT Training.

What does it take to be a Student Ambassador?

Character strengths can help determine whether being an Ambassador is right for you. If you see yourself in some or all of these character strengths below, then we encourage you to apply!

  • Curiosity
  • Creativity
  • Love of learning
  • Bravery
  • Zest
  • Kindness
  • Social Intelligence
  • Teamwork
  • Leadership
  • Hope
  • Humour

How to become a Student Ambassador

Applications open in January and June. Keep your eyes on your inbox for an invitation to join the program. Alternatively, you can email the Student Experience team to express your interest.

Frequently Asked Questions

Your Ambassadorship will last for one semester. This may be February - June or July - December. If you want to continue for more than one semester you’re most welcome to apply again.

If you are now at RMIT University you are welcome to apply. Having alumni on our team of Ambassadors is a great addition to the program.

We generally recruit around 6-10 Ambassadors each semester.

Ambassadors help plan, organise and delivery activities and events for all students at RMIT Training. For example, you might help us plan a calendar of activities for a month, cook sausages on a BBQ, or help plan a student party.

They also help bridge the gap between the Student Experience team and the greater student body by promoting activities to students. This might be on social media or through informal chats in class.

You will learn new skills, for example, video editing, make new friends (Ambassadors often find their besties in the program), become more confident and a better leader, get the feel-good vibes that come with volunteering, and above all, you’ll have fun! You’ll also get free or discounted entry to activities and some free merch!

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