Outreach at The Bartlett
We want to widen higher education access for underrepresented groups. To do this, we work with numerous organisations, schools, communities and students of all ages (Pre- and Post-16).
Our goal is not only to increase diversity but to improve inclusivity and to raise awareness for The Bartlett.
To widen access to The Bartlett for underrepresented groups, we prioritise working with schools that meet two or more of our criteria:
- High Widening Participation intake (at pre and/or post 16)
- Low performing schools
- Postcode data showing levels of deprivation and progression to higher education
- Non selective state schools
- High achieving students with a keen interest in creative subjects (Design technology, Art or any that has expressed to teachers that they are interested in architecture, planning or construction)
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This scholarship aims to enable students from backgrounds under-represented in The Bartlett, UCL’s Faculty of the Built Environment to pursue their studies at The Bartlett. The value includes full tuition fees plus an annual allowance to cover living and study expenses, for the normal duration of the programme at UCL. All Promise scholars will also receive on-going academic and career support during their study.
The Bartlett Outreach Team wouldn't be able to carry out all these activities without our amazing outreach ambassadors. Our ambassadors assist on school visits, support Bartlett staff and share their experiences as a student at The Bartlett with our audience. Our Student Ambassadors work with the Outreach team by supporting the Widening Participation projects and events that provide opportunities for students from underrepresented backgrounds to gain further insight into the Bartlett and higher education and provide information and motivation to school/college students.
We are particularly interested in hearing from undergraduate students but we welcome applications from all Bartlett students.
- Benefits of becoming a Student Ambassador
As part of the Bartlett outreach community, you can expect to gain a lot from your time as an ambassador, in addition to monetary payment for your work, you can also expect to receive the following:
Range of transferable skills including presenting, public speaking, time management and communication skills. Experience on build projects Networking with Built Environment professionals. A great addition to your CV References for future employment
- Essential Information
- All ambassador work is paid at £10.98 per hour
- Ambassadors are paid via Unitemps and should be registered with them
- Ambassadors should be current UCL and Bartlett faculty students
- All ambassadors will receive comprehensive training before they start working
- All ambassador work is flexible, providing an opportunity to work around your academic timetable
- Ambassador work is on an ad-hoc basis so we cannot confirm how many hours you’ll work
- All ambassadors are expected to attempt to do at least one shift per term
- How to apply
The application will open on Monday 18th October and will close Monday 8th November 2021
If you have any questions, email the Bartlett Outreach Team on Bartlett.email@example.com