Centre for Access to Justice


UCL Immigration Advice Assistants

An opportunity has arisen through the UCL Centre for Access to Justice to undertake paid work with UCL Registry as Immigration Advice Assistants.

About the Role:

  • Students will be trained specifically in Tier 4 immigration rules to conduct one-to-one meetings with international students to check their Tier 4 Applications. Students will also provide administrative support to the UCL Immigration & Compliance staff team.


Time Commitment:

  • Students are asked to commit to a minimum of 3 shifts per week. Shifts are 4.5 hours each and run either from 9:30am-1pm or 2pm-5:30pm. Students may be able to sign up for more shifts should they wish. 
  • The role runs roughly from Monday 2nd September to the 14th of October 2019 with a 2 day training period taking place on Monday 2nd September until Tuesday 3rd September. Students will receive remuneration while being trained. Students must be available for the training period.



  • £10.55 per hour



In order to apply you must:

  • Be a current UCL Law student. Students who will be graduating in July 2019 are still eligible to apply.
  • Be available and in London for the entire period from the 2nd September to 14th October. (Upon the start of term, there will be greater flexibility in the shift schedules.)
  • Please note shortlisted applicants will be interviewed on the 24th of July. Skype interviews can be arranged for students who are not in London at this time. 


How to apply:

  • Students must submit a CV and short covering letter (no more than 300 words) to Adam Riley (adam.riley@ucl.ac.uk) by 23.59 on 15 July 2019. PLEASE NOTE THE DEADLINE HAS BEEN EXTENDED FROM THE PREVIOUS DATE OF 8 JULY.
  • In the covering letter students should confirm their availability and give an estimate of how many shifts they are willing to do.
  • Shortlisted Candidates will be notifed during the week commencing 15 July


Please see the

 (.docx) for further information on the role and the person specification.